April 11, 2008
We've been wondering when we could hook up our stainless steel coffee mugs, and get them to stay in place instead of flying off our kitchen table when our kids decide to try out our single serve coffee each morning. That's right, with the Magnetic Table of the future, your coffee cups can hang upside down, and stay in place.
The table also has the following benefits:
- store your plates, cups and cutlery, upside down, under the table
- arrange them neatly on top for "symmetrical dining"
- erase the data from any laptop (STAY AWAY FROM MY MACBOOK PRO TABLE!)
- makes it easy for you to knock cups and dishes to the floor under the table with your knees
Seriously though, the table was designed more to keep plates and cups in place for "symmetrical dining". Whatever the use you decide, this is on of the whackier ideas in the coffee table or dining table arena we've seen.
Via Design At INV/ALT design
March 7, 2008
We've been looking for a rounder coffee table, and this one is not only a bit round - it also reminds us of ski goggles or binoculars. The curves are nice, and they allow you to stuff lots of magazines and other reading materials in them. You can have this coffee table in three colors : Dark (£95) ,White (£105) and Oak Veneer on birch ply (£120 ).
At Round Coffee Table
February 8, 2008
Many of the staff here at Single Serve Coffee play guitar, drums, and other instruments, and we've all longed for the perfect coffee table for our jam space. We think we've found it - the Fender Stratocaster Coffee Table. You don’t need to be able to play the guitar to enjoy this, and a cup of single serve coffee is going to look amazing on it right after you finish a good 20 minute jam with your coffee drinking friends.
Via The Uber-Review at Guitar Center
December 21, 2007
Want a clear glass topped coffee table, but with the ability to see and store your stuff below? The Vintage Architectural Coffee Table offers a glass top with access to a shelf underneath for displaying magazines, artwork, collectables, etc., and drawers underneath for extra storage. What makes this coffee table vintage? They may have small imperfections from wear and tear, but that's the idea of vintage, and the small imperfections will add to the charm and uniqueness of the coffee table.
Via Uncrate at Vintage Architectural Coffee Table
September 21, 2007
Table arcarde games are some of our favorite arcade games here at Single Serve Coffee. We often take the entire staff up to the wilds of New Hampshire to a little place called The Fun Spot for a round of Miss Pacman or two. It's nice to know that for the low low low price of $5000 bucks, one can reclaim their childhood memories in the pleasure of their own home while drinking a nice cup of single serve coffee by purchasing the ultimate coffee table - the Arcade Coffee Table.
Surface Tension’s Arcade Coffee Table is fully equipped with solid retro-gaming components, ready to go for one or two players.
- 2 sets of controls
- 2 x 6-button player interfaces
- 1up and 2up start buttons
- Happ® trackball illuminated translucent blue
- Intuitive game selection interface
- Pause button
- Illuminated coin insert buttons
- Compatible with MAME - that means Space Invaders and just about any other game you can imagine.
Can you say gaming and coffee paradise? We can.
Via Josh Spear at Arcade Coffee Table
September 14, 2007
Savant Systems LLC has announced the first Apple-based coffee table surface product. The ROSIE Coffee Table Touchpanel Controller supports interactive multimedia capabilities, such as integration and interaction with iTunes, digital cameras, IP network cameras, business card readers, and many additional high-tech devices.
Victor Saverino, director of product management at Savant said, "The ROSIE Coffee Table brings the converged functionality of a touch panel to an interactive surface technology that is practical on the one hand, entertaining and exciting to use on the other. The ROSIE Coffee Table is truly the evolution of interactive technology--it can seamlessly download photos from digital cameras, play music, movies, and TV shows as well as accomplish complete home control all from within one elegant forty-inch interface." Savant plans to offer the ROSIE Coffee Table in a number of different furniture styles ranging from contemporary to traditional.
At ROSIE Coffee Table: Takes the Next Step in Surface Technology
August 24, 2007
We love foosball, and can only imagine with some single serve coffee, and over caffeinated people what could happen with the Offside Football Coffee Table. Sure at $7600 you'll have the most expensive coffee table in your state, but this is a fully-functional coffee table with a working mirrored foosball pitch underneath the glass table top. Handcrafted by Howard Bushell in Worcestershire, England, this solid oak and stainless steel coffee table is built to stand up to years of use.
Via Uncrate at Drinkstuff
August 10, 2007
A new coffee table from Bottega Montana has a certain old medieval feel to it. This coffee table named the "Calice", is made of sturdy, natural wood, and has a tempered glass top. The best feature? How about the middle where you can put magazines and other items in for safe keeping. Perhaps we could even hide an entire chilled bottle of wine? Who knows, but this table has it all.
July 27, 2007
A crystal wonder that harkens back to a time when we longed of drinking single serve coffee in Superman's Fortress of Solitude. Made with a crystalline structure that supports the table top, we think this coffee table is an instant classic and worthy of coffee with Superman himself.
Via productdose.com at Bill Henry
July 20, 2007
We're ready for the future and ready for an LED interactive coffee table to grace our house. Made of 100% sustainable wood and water-based finishes, this Coffee Table is large enough for a big room at 62" long by 31" wide by 18" high and comes with either a with a nice thick glass or plastic top. The LEDs are only activated when they see motion. As you can see in the pictures, even though the person's hand is on the table, only things moving will set off the lights. Without motion the table calms down to a very slight attractive twinkling.
Via Gizmodo at Because We Can