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Coffee tables are no longer just pieces of good wood and a glass top any more. They have now transformed themselves to the centers of entertainment and activity far greater than being a place you put coffee and snacks out for the guests!
Periodic Coffee Table
This $8,550 Periodic Coffee Table has everything a science fanatic could ask for, including the actual elements (even the toxic ones) encased in a thick layer of resin to ensure safety. link
Scratch DJ coffee table
The Scratch DJ coffee table features a distressed image of a pair of turntables and a mixer under its glass top. As an added bonus, you can customize it by placing your favorite records on top of each platter. Too bad it won’t actually play your music. It’s available for $850 (USD). link
Home Arcade Coffee Table
Half MAME cabinet, half pretentious furniture, this new coffee table by Surface Tension mixes worlds to adultize your gaming habit.
Available in walnut or oak, the table features a 19-inch LCD, integrated USB and HDMI outputs.For those who already have a PC of their own to stick inside, the table is a available gutted of its computer components but still packing all of the joysticks and handy ports. In this bare bones configuration, the table runs about $4,000. link
Engine Block Coffee Table.
Poor white trash: engine block out in front yard as lawn ornament. Rich white trash: engine block inside as coffee table. link
Rubik’s Cube Coffee Table
If you’re looking for a unusual coffee table, and can stand having a lot of strong colors in your living room, then you might want to check out this strange Rubik’s cube coffee table that can be yours for $600. link
Alien coffee table
This Alien coffee table is a really strange piece furniture. Inspired by the well known movie Alien. The Alien Table is skillfully hand crafted from carefully selected used car and bike parts, tools and other recycled metal components making each individual piece subtly unique. link
Indoor Football: The Fussball Coffee Table
The Offside Football Coffee Table, built to order by Howard Bushell in Worcestershire, England, offers a good compromise: a fussball table that looks pretty stylish, combined with a coffee table that plays football
The sturdy oak and stainless steel takes cues from stadium architecture, and the glass top will keep the mirrored pitch clean and stop wayward balls from toppling the Ming. The only problem is convincing your better half that it’s wise to spend £3800 ($7500) on a piece of furniture. link
Real Moss Table
Thai home furniture company Ayodhya’s Secret Garden Collection is bringing nature indoors – without the effort and attention that traditional, live plants require. Each table consists of various types of dried moss beneath a transparent glass tabletop; no watering necessary. link
PS3 Controller Coffee Table
For PS3 fanatics; a coffee table inspired by the design of the Sony controller. Designed by Stephane Perruchon. Its still a concept but I won’t be surprised if it goes into production soon enough! link
iPhone Coffee Table
Inspired by the iPhone. Tuan Nguyen, Ken Thomas and their associates have created an iPhone coffee table. According to Nguyen, the table is “completely made of corrugate and glued together with white glue,” and features removable, usable coasters built-in. link