In our previous article we've seen some mind-scorching and trance-inducing lamps, tables and chairs...
Now we continue in the same groove, bringing to you the wildest furniture ideas - and more temptation to dump your current boxy bedroom sets and go for their "Mad IKEA in the Wonderland" variety.
Wireframe Furniture by Thomas Raschke - for the obsessed 3-D artists who see wireframe behind everything anyway:
This is not some kind of unfinished rendering, but pretty solid welded iron carcasses. Some slim folks might fall through the holes in these chairs, and coffee cups are definitely not safe on top of this "mesh" table.
It would be hard to get into this chair (but for entirely different reason) -
(design by Vladimir Tzesler and Sergei Voichenko)
Just as impractical (and vastly more uncomfortable) is a bristling Bed of Hay:
(photo by Arthur Klimov)
You would need a matching lamp to illuminate your ceaseless activity in this bedroom (since the itch and prickle will surely keep you awake all night).
"Antler Lamp" by Frank Buchwald will do just fine, but don't place it close to the hay -
While on the topic of unusual shelving, if you ever feel that you just want to disappear into a library, these shelves will help you do just that - and perhaps they make it easier to get the books on the upper shelves?
We know that you have many pressing things to do with your time, and we're here to help you procrastinate as long as possible. We suggest you purchase pieces of this set and spend your time arranging... rearranging...
"Dark Roasted Blend" - All Kinds of Weird and Wonderful Things, Discovered Daily!"
DRB is a top-ranked and respected source for the best in art, travel and fascinating technology, with a highly visual presentation. Our in-depth articles in many categories make DRB a highly visual online magazine, bringing you quality entertainment every time you open your "feed" reader or visit our site - About DRB