Sick of coming back from work to your same old boring couch? Upgrade your whole living room with these 12 cool couches you’ll be dying to get back home to.
The “Inclusion Couch” includes five individual components which are light enough to be easily moved, turned over or stacked up. A removable blue mattress is placed on top of the plank. The wooden base can even be used as a see-saw.
The Playground Couch
Scandinavian studio Claesson Koivisto Rune has designed a sofa system for public spaces that allows sitters to recharge their devices while resting. Electric sockets are integrated onto the top of the sofa, where the flat surface provides a place to charge devices.
The Charging Couch
Designed by Swedish designer Markus Johansson, the “Coquille” sofa resembles the curves and ripples of a shell. In order to make the couch comfortable, Johansson added layers of soft padding to the top of the sofa, creating gently rippled contours like the exterior of a shell.
The Shell Couch
This design is the work of Jacek Holubowicz and Kazimierz Lesnniewski and includes two separated 8-gear hubs, hydraulic brakes, and dynamic chain steering for maneuvering through the streets. The unique couch also includes a sound system as well as a folding roof with gas springs.
The Sofa Bike
This two-seat sofa by California designer Yumi Yoshida can become a mat and is inspired by the Japanese art of Origami. To convert the mat into a sofa, one end is folded into a pair of right-angled triangular boxes, while the other is pinched into the beginnings of a box shape that will become the seat section.
The three meter-long “Onyx” sofa was designed by Peugeot Design Lab, who combined a piece of volcanic stone and carbon fibre. The couch includes a single block of volcanic stone from the Auvergne region in France. The material is known for its ability to filter water and was created by a volcanic eruption 11,000 years ago.
Ancient Volcanic Rock Couch
The cool fusion of a couch, bed and cabin was designed by Goula Figuera and provides privacy with quilted curtains. The heavy quilted curtains insulate against sound, and its size, similar to that of a bed, and allows it to be used either sitting or lying down.
The Couch That Combines A Bed And Cabin
Designed by Inga Sempe, the couch’s backrest is flexible and will allow you to hug it tightly. You will also be able to place it back in its normal position once you’re done receiving hugs.
The Envelope Couch
Maximo Riera is the creator of the coolest couch you will probably ever see. His Hippopotamus couch is part of his animal inspired collection and features impeccably realistic detailing. Check out more works by the designer here.
The Hippopotamus Couch
The “Coffin Couch,” designed by Von Erickson, Uses a velvet covered foam cushion and a classic metal spring construction the couch is able to fully shut. The coffin couches have been transformed into comfy couches out of old coffins that were not used for burial.
The Coffin Couch