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Use an old door frame, an metal dining table base from the and some re-claimed wood for the seating. Some shop time and a bit of dowel creativity, and bingo.a contemporary yard bench.

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Collection of furniture by Seung Yong Song. His "Objet" series works around the concept of "freeing" objects from their intended functions. Ladder chair is great idea

REK expandable coffee table expands when friends come over

REK: A Shape-Shifting Coffee Table That Expands When Friends Come Over

REK expandable coffee table - this is cool and would be a major space saver in my living room! yet lots of table when needed!

The resin bench is made by using sawdust waste, featuring tapered wood legs in shape of spreading roots, and a striking seat, crafted of dark wood.

This is made by using sawdust waste, then pressed with resin into a mold containing the object parts. ~ very cool Could be done with spent coffee grounds

Find inspiration in the Corian Solid Surface photo gallery. From Seamless benchtops to facade cladding to thermoformed counters to backlit and engraved.

Bette Eklund Wave Table - The smooth shape of this piece of furniture is inspired by the beautiful seaside in the Finnish archipelago. as a magazine rack or a table.

Hmm...recreate against the wall, shelving underneath seats, sliding wall with shelving to hide it when not in use

recreate against the wall, shelving underneath seats, sliding wall with shelving to hide it when not in use .Thats a pretty great idea

あなたの痕跡 体温 "Linger A Little Longer" Table by Jay Watson, uses a thermochromic finish to respond to the heat of objects and people, bringing to light the impact of the user on his or her furniture. #furniture_design

Linger a Little Longer by Jay Watson

pinned MORE FOR the TABLE & BENCH style the the heat sensitive paint. "Linger A Little Longer" Table by Jay Watson, uses a thermochromic finish to respond to the heat of objects and people, bringing to light the impact of the user on his furniture.

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