Woodsman Axe Coffee Table

Woodsman Axe Coffee Table

Chopping firewood in the living room is a pretty poor idea unless you want your hardwood floors to look like a sumo wrestler with ice skates walked across them. A far better indoor axe idea would be this Woodsman Axe Coffee Table. Inspired by the Brothers Grimm fairy tale “Little Red Cap” – or “Little Red Riding Hood” as many of us know it – this coffee table is one of the finest pieces of wood butchery we’ve laid eyes on. The walnut or light oak veneer top is supported by four seemingly implanted solid hickory handled axes.

  • Before power steering, heated seats, and expandable coffee cup holders, guys spent time with their cars outside of just driving them. Thanks to LA Design Studio Poland, you can relive a time when pulling a cot into the garage was... Before power steering, heated seats, and expandable coffee cup holders, guys spent time with their cars outside of just driving them. Thanks to LA Design Studio Poland, you can relive a time when pulling a cot into the garage wasn’t a farfetched idea. Their collection, Spirit of 427, features different home furnishings crafted from 60’s automobiles. Instead of dropping a sofa with some lace pattern into your living room you can add a soda with soft black leather and a chrome grille. The pieces in the collection – the sofa, an armchair, a coffee table, office desk, and standing lamp – are all handcrafted from original car parts and flat sheet metals. And, unlike selling your possessions and living in the backseat of a ’65 Shelby, a piece from Spirit of 427 is actually a smart way to fill your home with some automotive lovin’.

  • We spend more time with our bikes than we do with our significant others on a regular basis. They call it unhealthy obsession; we call it liberation. Sooner or later though – regardless of how well we take care of them – they’re g... We spend more time with our bikes than we do with our significant others on a regular basis. They call it unhealthy obsession; we call it liberation. Sooner or later though – regardless of how well we take care of them – they’re going to reach the end of their life. We’ll shed a tear, and then we’ll move on. Matt XXXX decided to take all those forgotten bikes and restore them to usefulness – as Frankensteined furniture. Each stool, chair and coat rack that he makes is a collection of discarded bike parts that has been lovingly “upcycled” into a piece of functional art that you will want to put in your living room.

  • this Vintage Motorcycle Lamp crafted from components of three different vintage bikes. Each lamp is created using a spring, a shock absorber and a transmission gear from some old two-wheeled rides and stands about 18 inches tall.... this Vintage Motorcycle Lamp crafted from components of three different vintage bikes. Each lamp is created using a spring, a shock absorber and a transmission gear from some old two-wheeled rides and stands about 18 inches tall. You’ll have to do the shopping for the lampshade yourself but may we suggest covering the shade you purchase with a thin layer of grease to add to the effect (or not, cause that would make it dark and defeat the purpose of a lamp).