Sometimes you just need to redecorate your home. Instead of heading down to your local IKEA and picking up furniture being held together with toothpicks, check out some of this furniture and get your geek on.
We start at the front door and while I’m a bit rusty on my binary, I’m assuming that this says “Welcome” or something to that effect.
Blank CD Chair
While I’m not going to comment on how comfortable I believe this chair to be, you have to at least admire the resourcefulness of it. I’m sure I’m not the only one with spindle upon spindle of blank CD’s and DVD’s that I don’t use anymore thanks to the rise in USB flash drives.
Nice to see somebody incorporating brackets and parentheses into their wall shelving. Not only does this let you separate items on the shelf, it lets everybody that looks at it know that you’re a geek.
Not everybody wears a watch or has their cell phone on them to know what time it is. Hopefully even with this clock, they’ll be able to tell what time it is. Some are obvious, others not so much.
Frozen in Carbonite Desk
Welcome to my office, where I can have a constant reminder of one of the great geek movies of all time. Ok, so I don’t actually have this in my office, but how cool would it be (and what a great talking piece) to have this in you office?
iPhone Coffee Table
I’ll be the first to say that I’m not a fan of the iPhone (Android all the way!), but I do like this coffee table. To add to the geek cred, the app icons can be removed and used as coasters.
Much like the CD chair, I can’t really speak to how comfortable this chaise is going to be, but don’t you kinda want to find out?
LED Coffee Table
I like to think that this table would make finding your drink in a dark room really easy. Being able to customize different colored LEDs for different people would make it really easy to make sure you know which drink is yours at all time.
I think the biggest problem with these is fighting for your favorite program, or at least making sure you don’t get stuck with one you hate.
NES Coffee Table
This brings back so many great childhood memories. I am endlessly impressed with the level of detail in this table. I do wonder if you have to blow into anything you place in the drawers to make them work from time to time though.
Number Pad Chair
This one looks to have enough padding to actually be comfortable.
Numeric Keypad Chairs
Two number pads in a row, I know, but this one is far more complete, and is great for that geeky office.
Pac-Man Coffee Table
For anybody that ever threw a quarter in a machine we give you the Pac-Man coffee table. This is a must have for any geeks gaming room.
Periodic Table Coffee Table
Walking the line between geek and nerd, but a great tool for learning if it really comes down to it. Use this enough and you should learn the periodic table just through repeated exposure.
PS3 Coffee Table
Much like the Pac-Man coffee table, this is a great table to keep in your gaming room to let everybody know that you support Sony of Microsoft.
Social Media Pillows
More a decoration than an actual piece of furniture, but then you do need to accessorize rooms that you can’t have full on geek furniture in. Show off all your social media and bookmarking preferences with these pillows.
Space Invaders Cutting Board
Bring your geek into the kitchen. Not only is it nice and functional, but it also increases your geek standing. Also, the wife/girlfriend can’t complain too much if you’re in the kitchen doing the cooking.
Space Invaders Sofa
If you can’t cook on him, sit on him. Hopefully this is available in more colors – have to make sure it matches the rest of your house after all.
Super Mario Bros. Wall Shelves
How this isn’t standard issue in any child’s room is beyond me. Hell, don’t get it for your kids, get it for yourself. Relive your childhood.
A great place to store all your gaming equipment.