Like millions of children around the world, Instructables member Tez_Gelmir’s son is a big LEGO fan. And like millions of families around the world the father and son often end up spending a lot of time sorting through their piles of LEGO just to get the parts they want to use.
Redditor DarrenDK’s EPROM coffee table can store lots of data, and it’s not harmed by ultraviolet light. It uses electricity not to store books and magazines but to keep the LEDs on its infinity mirror running.
Do you have a ton of old magazines or newspapers lying around? Well, you are probably a hoarder, but here is some good news. You can put those old magazines to good use and turn them into a stool with the Hockenheimer Magazine Stool.
This rotating Air Hockey/Billiards table is perfect for any mancave since you get two games in one. It’s especially great if you are limited on space. This space saving solution is versatile and stylish, not to mention fun.
Out of all the Pokémon, Pikachu is the most famous by many accounts. Not too long ago we talked about a life-size Pikachu toy that was made to the official dimensions of the creature from the Pokémon specs.
A picture speaks a thousand words, but so does a shadow. At first glance, Yaara Derkel’s Coppelius chair doesn’t look like much. Sure, it has fancy cutouts on the rest and on the seat, but nothing too interesting or detailed that you’d actually consider it to be art.
If you are considering becoming an evil villain with a Scorpion theme, I think we found your next office chair. Anyone who enters your lair will immediately be put in their place. You don’t want to screw up when your boss has a killer chair like this.
We’ve seen a couch on wheels before, but this one made by Engineering students in University of New South Wales (UNSW) Australia can drive in any direction and has a Raspberry Pi for a brain.
Led by Steph McArthur and Will Andrew, the UNSW students built a custom steel chassis equipped with four independently controlled Mecanum wheels, which use multiple rollers instead of a single tire to achieve omnidirectional movement.
Gearheads, how would you like a Fiat 500 Abarth? No, not the car, the desk. Yes, this very special desk is built to look like a classic Fiat 500 Abarth.
The handmade Italian desk is up for sale on eBay, and is equipped with original Fiat, Abarth and OMP racing equipment, and rides on a pair of actual Michelin Slick tires and 8×13 wheels.
Even the most social of us like some time alone now and then. However, it isn’t always easy to get time to yourself when you have other humans in your life. This Cozy Room will solve your problems and give you a Fortress of Solitude to get away from it all.
Lian-Li have finally released the consumer versions of its computer chassis desk. It’s called the DK series and has three variants. The DK-01 can house up to an HPTX system, while the DK-02 has enough room for two systems, one up to HPTX and a secondary mini-ITX rig.