How would you like your furniture to communicate with you and to send you messages? It actually sounds very futuristic and it makes you think of furniture that talks and moves. We haven’t got the technology to make that for our homes yet but we’re getting close. For now, your furniture can only communicate with you through shows of light, colors and through their intelligent and fun designs. Here are 6 interactive furniture designs to keep in mind the next time you go shopping.
Heat stains on furniture are not something you should want to see in normal circumstances. However, this collection is nowhere near normal. This is the “Linger a little longer” table designed by Jay Watson.