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Why simply walk down the stairs, when you can slide down with the SlideRider? Created by Minnesota-based inventor Trisha Cleveland, this indoor slide can quickly and easily be stored away when not in use. To keep things safe for both adults as well as children alike, there are two bumpers along the sides and weights on both to ensure it's structurally stable. Click here to view the first image in this week's art of trolling gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a dad who decided to photograph his daughter each and every day for 18-years.

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Most coffee tables are boring, these are not. Getting your morning caffeine fix from a cup of Joe isn't the most exciting task, but these cool and creative table designs aim to make the experience a lot geekier, starting with the wooden X-Wing creation you see above. It was created by Barry Shields and will set you back at least $3,100. Continue reading for more.

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Summer is just around the corner (for some of us), and you know what that means, lazing around, or so we'd like to think. Here are some awesome sleeping creations that geeks would probably love to spend some time in. They range from the cloud room to a hanging cocoon and even a Totoro bed. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the world's greatest b-boy battle.

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Chinese architect and designer Ruan Hao has unveiled CATable - designed for Hangzhou and Hong Kong-based architecture firm LYCS - a table that lets you work while your cat(s) play, without disrupting each other. Called a "paradise for cats" by its creator, "the thick table has a network of smooth wooden tunnels that are just the right size for your feline friend to creep and crawl through," says Bored Panda. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Sweden-based IKEA transformed an entire monorail into a pop-up showroom in Japan in celebration of the grand opening of their Tachikawa station store. They outfitted the train with a variety of furniture products and accessories. That's not all, even the train benches were upholstered in IKEA fabric, complete with matching throw pillows and floors. Continue reading for a video tour of the new store and more information.

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When it comes to furniture, sometimes less is more, and that's certainly the case with these awesome designs. For example, the modular piece above can not only be used as a table, sofa, play pit, but also as beds too. We've rounded up thirty more creative furniture pieces for your viewing enjoyment. Continue reading to see them all.

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Ever come across something so cool that you just thought there was no possible way it could be real? Well, we bring you ten of these examples in the form of home accessories and gadgets, starting with the transforming couch bunk bed above. Simply unfold it, and you're able to comfortably sleep two. Continue reading for more.

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We have seen the future of offices, and they might look something like this. NYC-based digital creative agency The Barbarian Group has ditched the traditional cubicle design in favor of the "Super Desk", a 1,100-foot-long structure that seats all 125 of their employees. Continue reading for a video tour and more information.

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Upon first seeing the "Evolution Door", you might think it's just a clever optical illusion, but upon closer inspection, you'll see that it's a real door that slides itself open and closed, without the use of tracks. Arch Daily says that "a special system of rotating squares means the door just requires a gentle nudge to close, and then momentum takes care of the rest."

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Made by Duffy London, the MK1 is perfect for cramped spaces or just fans of transforming furniture. Simply put, this £795 piece can be changed back and forth between a coffee / dining table in seconds, with just two quick movements. It comes in Solid oak, Ash or Walnut models. Continue reading for a video.

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