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Because we all dreamed about being Bruce Wayne once upon a time (or to this day), here's something you can get that he could never: a batman logo coffee table. Made by Charles Lushear of the Bohemian Workshop, the coffee table is carved from wood with hairpin legs and is a must for any comic book geek still living with his parents or someone who has a really understanding girlfriend (or boyfriend).
Most of us look can look at this beautiful hand-carved X-Wing themed coffee table and appreciate the craftsmanship that went into its creation -- even if we would never even think of putting in our living rooms. But for die-hard Star Wars fans, this could very well be the holy grail of Lucas-inspired home decor.
At one time in their lives, these G4 towers were Apple's flagship workstations -- possibly cutting hundreds of hours of footage or editing thousands of photos. But today they're barely useful as paperweights and probably best suited as a pair of stylish supports for this Crunching Numbers coffee table.
Even though the cassette tape is long gone from music store shelves, there's still enough nostalgia for the old medium that it may never die. From mixtape websites that let you share a handful of songs, to this utterly fantastic giant wooden cassette coffee table.
Was there anything worse when you were a kid than visiting someone whose home was completely devoid of toys? An hour of conversation felt like a lifetime of boredom, but this building block coffee table ensures you never put kids through that same torture in your own home.
Not only is this the perfect living room accessory for putting your feet up while watching Shark Week, but both of those tooth-filled gaping jaws on this shark-themed coffee table look like they'd serve as perfect bottle openers.
Small house? Designers Jérôme Spriet and Wolfgang Bregentzer have converged the coffee table with the sound system in the ultimate space-saver. Just connect an audio source to the Acoustable and put your feet up.
Always wanted a fish tank but don't want to have to go through the hassles of cleaning it? You'll probably love this concept design from ClarkeHopkinsClarke Architects, which combines a specially designed carpet with a specially designed coffee table to give the impression that the fish are swimming as you move around the table.