It's not quite as angular as most modern seating, but it's also a little more inviting. Named for the Danish word for tranquility, the Ro Armchair ($2,550 USD) features a curvy, sculptural design from Spanish designer Jaime Hayon that provides both comfort and privacy. The seat is 1.5 times as wide as your standard chair, giving you extra room to stretch and move, or sit your tablet/book/kid/laptop next to you. It'll be available in September at select retailers and comes in nine colors, broken down into traditional (black, grey, and taupe), bright (violet, blue, and yellow), and soft (light pink, sage green, and sand).
Entertaining dinner guests can be easy and fun for them and for you at the same time. The challenges encountered while trying to make guests as comfortable as possible transform into a fun evening with the TrackTile Table. This unique mixture of handmade furniture and playful train tracks can be just the thing you were looking for to keep your house guests amazed before dinner and prepare them to enjoy a unique ride – mints and chocolates can be transported via mini-trains around the table. Imagined by Three Foot Three Design, these fun tables combine railroad patterns to shape modern entertaining possibilities. Enjoy.
Add a touch of fun to the boardroom or dining room with Table & Tennis ($6,600 USD). 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 1st, but the good news is that the cost will drop — up to $600 — based on how many reservations they receive.