It’s a Shelf. No wait, it’s a table. It’s both!
The utterly brilliant Kelli Anderson built this good looking (!) convertible stand-up IKEA hack desk with help from metalsmith-extraordinaire Dustin John and Daniel Dunnam. The minimalist convertible standing-sitting desk/storage unit is made from Ikea cabinets, a top from Lowe’s and a linear actuator.
This is the first standing desk I’ve seen that I would let enter my studio. Well done Kelli!
The F Bunk Bed by Rafa Kids is the most stylish kids bunk bed I have seen to date. Lets consider it wishlisted for Tilo’s room.
I am dreaming of an entire wall in my studio set up with this pegboard shelving system. Made by the Hornsby Berowra Men’s Shed, discovered over on Apartment Diet.
It’s a compact bunk bed, ideal for smaller spaces or lower ceilings. What makes LoLo really cool is that the beds are detachable creating two almost identical twin beds. Once converted into twin beds, each bed can have a trundle bed or three drawers underneath. This is fantastic for families with two kids where they start out sharing a bedroom and eventually move to a bigger space and each kid wants their own bed.
Well done, Casa Kids!
I know, I need to work on my obsession with all things red, but don’t you all have to admit that this Butler Red Side Table is quite beautiful?
For a space challenged place like NYC, this modern Fold-Out Pet Bed makes total sense. Perfect for large dogs or multiple smaller dogs.
I am completely smitten by this Caravan Divan by Kalon. It’s a kids bed and divan in one. Minimal, multipurpose furniture for kids? Winner! Also, it comes in 6 colors. #want
Toyno is a cardboard teenage crocodile, ready to hold your magazines, records and headphones. Oddly charming.
I am all for multifunctional furniture like this kids ping pong table gone coffee table gone chalk board surface by Huzi.
Gesa Hansen, an incredibly talented German furniture designer, teamed up with Tivoli to create this beautiful audio-furniture piece! It fits the Tivoli stereo elements perfectly and smartly hides the ‘cord salad‘ (one of my favorite German terms, freely translated, Kabelsalat) in the back.
I admit, I’d love to put this in my living room. Well done, Gesa.