Add a touch of fun to the boardroom or dining room with Table & Tennis ($6,600). This gorgeous table is designed to serve as both a meeting/dinner table and as a regulation-sized ping pong table. Features include a mirrored stainless steel base, a walnut veneer on MDF table top that offers the feel of an official table, and drawers at each end that are custom molded to store paddles, balls, and quick-release net. They're only taking reservations until March 1, but the good news is that the cost will drop — up to $600 — based on how many reservations they receive.
No, it's not a vintage mid-century modern piece — although you'd be totally forgiven for thinking so. The Roxy Chair ($375) is a vintage style rocker made from Walnut veneered molded plywood with foam cushions wrapped in brown leather, a matte black welded steel base, and solid walnut rocker skids. Pair with an Eames Lounger for maximum retro points.
It doesn't matter what you do for a living — odds are that if you need a desk, you'd like it to last. Seeing as how they're basically indestructible, these Twenty Gauge Desks ($1,000-$2,200) should do the trick. These vintage desks are available in a variety of styles and can be custom-finished to accomodate your style or surrounds, but no matter which one you choose, you can ensure that it's been completely restored to as close as new as it could possibly be. Not looking for a desk? A few of the options would make mighty handsome dinner tables.
Outdoor-friendly weather might be an increasingly scarce commodity in many parts of the world, but this Whiskey Barrel Adirondack Chair ($470) is so good looking that we could imagine using it indoors during the winter months. Made from used whiskey barrel staves, this unique chair is supremely comfortable and doesn't have any plugs or visible hardware. Here's hoping it smells just a bit like whiskey, too.