CATSA Lander Mark I Space Cat Bed
Limited to just 99-units worldwide, the CATSA Lander Mark I just might be the geekiest space-inspired cat bed yet, and it’s not just for looks. Boasting a precision-milled composite aluminum shell, a high impact 3D-printed ABS door frame, laser-etched CATSA mission badge, nine soft rubber isolation claws, High Density Polyethylene components (HDPE) that will not delaminate when exposed to the elements, a plush 1-inch foam bed, and a individually serial numbered plate. Read more for additional pictures and information.

SHW Large Electric Height Adjustable Computer Desk
SHW’s 55-inch Large Electric Height Adjustable Computer Desk can be used for sitting or standing, and you can get one for $299.87 shipped, today only, originally $399.99. Sure, exercise is the most effective way to burn calories quickly, just standing burns over 170 additional calories when compared to an afternoon of sedentary work. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.

Razer Iskur Gaming Chair
Razer Iskur may be the company’s first gaming chair, but it’s definitely no slouch, especially at $499. The green trim mimics Razer’s computer accessories, but this chair was built from the ground up to offer gamers a neutral resting posture using its specially engineered foam cushions, armrests, wrist rests, and memory foam head cushion. What really sets it apart is the fully adjustable lumbar curve with 26-degree customization. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.

Herman Miller Special Gaming Edition Sayl Chair
Herman Miller revealed their Special Gaming Edition Sayl Chair earlier this week in six new expressive color palette options. Featuring multiple adjustable settings as well as an unframed 3D Intelligent back with elastomer strands that are stretched to provide the greatest tension at points where support is needed and the least tension in areas that allow for the most expansive range of motion. Read more for a video and additional information.

Logitech Herman Miller Embody Gaming Chair
Logitech G teamed up with Herman Miller to develop Embody, a gaming chair that embodies ergonomics for gamers, streamers, as well as esports. This chair properly aligns gamers’ bodies and keeps them balanced as well as comfortable for long sessions. To accomplish this, the team had to add a number of enhancements, including cooling foam with copper-infused particles that support the ideal gaming posture and reduce heat buildup caused from sitting on thick cushions for a prolonged period of time, along with pixelated support, which distributes weight evenly to reduce pressure and encourages movement. Read more for a video and additional information.

Bentley Furniture Collection
Yes, Bentley not only makes luxury cars, but high-end home furniture as well. Unfortunately, you’ll have to shell out $14,710 for the ‘Newent Sofa’, $9,040 on the ‘Newent Armchair’, a $4,230 ‘Newent Chair’, and a whopping $11,950 for the ‘Newent Bed’ that you see above, for a combined total of $39,930 before any taxes. Read more for additional pictures and information.

IKEA SAVA Pizza Table
Have you always wanted a life-sized version of those tiny plastic stools found inside pizza boxes? Well, IKEA partnered with Pizza Hut Hong Kong to make it happen. It’s called the “Säva Pizza Table,” and has a three legged design, along with a circular top sporting Pizza Hut’s logo. It even comes in a pizza box, but you’ll have to assemble this one yourself. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.

Rube Goldberg Chair
Matt Thompson, a professional woodworker from Michigan, is known for his wacky creations, including a beer-dispensing Adirondack chair, but his latest project may be the most unique of all. Simply put, it’s a wooden Rube-Goldberg-inspired chair that not only massages the back, but can even pour you a glass of wine. For those who don’t know what a Rube-Goldberg machine is, it’s basically one designed to perform a simple task in an indirect and overly complicated way. Read more for a video and additional information.

Custom Expanding Tables
Photo credit: Johnson Furniture
Johnson Furniture may not be the first to create expanding tables, but they most certainly refined the idea. George was inspired by the work of Robert Jupe, who made the first expanding circular dining tables some time during the 1830’s. He’s created a table where the expansion leaves are stored within the body of the table, and rise up automatically as it rotates. Read more for a video of one of them in-action.

DIY Furniture Packaging Separate Steps
Photo credit: Reddit
Let’s face it, IKEA, a Swedish-founded company that designs and sells ready-to-assemble furniture, kitchen appliances and home accessories, may be the most popular for DIY home accessories, but the pieces are not the easiest to build. For example, you may need dozens of different types of screws, but since they’re all packaged together, it’s easy to lose a few along the way. One Reddit user found a company that separated all of the parts into individual steps. Read more for another picture and additional information.