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Gold Skull Armchair

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By definition, a supervillain refers to a criminal variant of the villainous stock character archetype commonly found in comic books, and sometimes possesses superhuman abilities. Many of them also happen to be very wealthy, and this 24K gold skull armchair would be the perfect addition to any lair. Unfortunately, just one of them will set you back a cool $500,000 USD, supervillain or not. Continue reading for more pictures and information. Click here to view more cool and unusual chairs.

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Inception Coffee Table

This unique coffee table by Cyprus-based designer Stelios Mousarris is a scene direct from the hit 2010 film, and appears to shift reality, while bending the laws of gravity. For those who don't remember (or haven't watched) the scene, it references the point where the characters realize that the laws of the universe don't apply within a dream. Continue reading for more images and information. Click here to view bonus images of a crashed Ferrari coffee table.

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Lagoon Table

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Your eyes aren't deceiving your, this is not some computer drawing, but rather a real table. Alexandre Chapelin basically combined resin and travertine marble to produce the water-like illusion you see above. "Now that the table is distinctive, modern and surprising, we add resin materials that suit you the most, making it a single table. And the most interesting thing with this concept is that we can include anything that comes into our mind," according to Chapelin. Continue reading for more images and information. Click here to view more awesome things for your home.

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Chandelier Fairytale Forest

Inspired by drawings made by German biologist and naturalist Ernst Haeckel, designers Hilden & Diaz have unveiled a unique line of chandeliers that create the illusion entangled roots, bushes and tree branches in 360° fashion when the lights are shut off. The designers mirrored the forest-like sculpture around its horizontal and central axis to form a full circle around the light source, creating Rorschach-like patterns to stir up one's imagination.Continue reading for more pictures and information. Click here to view more cool and creative home gadgets.

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Sci Fi Chair

No, this isn't a prop from an Alien movie, it's just the "Fabric Chair". Rather than use traditional materials, a special type of resin was developed to harden fabric, which was then placed on a rigid mold to harden the fabric in place for structural integrity while retaining its soft appearance. No word yet on when / if this will hit stores. Continue reading to see how it was setup and for more information. Click here to view more cool and unusual chairs.

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Hidden Furniture Design

Tactical Walls specializes in shelves with a hidden compartment for firearms, perfect for the zombie apocalypse. When closed, they're indistinguishable from normal hardwood shelves, but when the two hidden locks are disengaged, you'll be ready for just about any emergency. Optional battery-powered LED lights are great during power outages, and best of all, no modifications are needed to your wall(s). Continue reading for more furniture designs with hidden compartments. Click here to view some bonus designs.

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Expanding Table

At first, this looks like any other table you'd see in a furniture store, but start turning? You'll see that it expands to nearly twice the size, thanks to a special mechanism. This particular example was built by someone online who goes by "Mechanical Lumber", and the tools used include: "Table saw, router, jigsaw, thickness planer, angle grinder. Other tools may speed things up or simplify a task but they are not required." Continue reading for a video of the mechanism itself and more information. Click here to view some bonus creative furniture designs.

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Room in Room

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What could be better than studying in a room? Studying in a room within a room for the ultimate in privacy. Priced from $1990 USD, these little cubicles of sorts by a South Korean furniture maker come complete with their own bookshelves, lights, sliding door w/window, and hopefully, plenty of power outlets for your gadgets. One thing these study desks do not included are fiber optic star field ceilings, in case you need a break from the books. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates and funny autocorrect texts gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing how the ground isn't supposed to work.

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Carbon Fiber Bathtub

If money is no object, why bother with a normal bathtub, when you could have Splinter Works' "Carbon Fiber Vessel Bathtub"? Measuring in at 2.7-meters long, it can also be completely customized to your space with wall mounts, and is available in various colors, including blue, red, bronze, pure silver, yellow, and even pink. A foam core was added for extra insulation, which means the water will stay hotter than in a traditional tub. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny internet trolls gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a professor show trolled his students with a "final exam answer key" prank.

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Abyss Table

Duffy London's "Abyss Table" is basically a 3D representation of a geological cross section, and recreates a bottomless chasm right in your living room. The process first begins by hand-layering several sheets of both wood and glass atop each other, until the desired look is achieved. While it may be a laborious as well as intricate process, the end result is most certainly a conversation starter worthy of any living room. Continue reading for more cool table designs that geeks would love.

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