We were excited to get a call from Resource Furniture, the purveyor of truly well-designed space-saving furniture, saying that they had new product in. (And judging by the 2-million-plus hits our last video on them received, you guys love looking at this stuff as much as we do.) Resource Furniture is one of the few companies we can think of that doesn't "do" compromised space-saving furniture, where one of the iterations of a piece is half-hearted or the transforming process is clumsy; instead they go around the world seeking out the best of the best, so all of their pieces have perfect functionality in either of its forms and the transforming experience is, well, a transforming experience.
In the video below, RF founder Ron Barth walks us through four of their new pieces; we also captured footage of some of the pieces you saw in the last video but from different angles so you can really see how they work (like the coffee-table-cum-dining-table at 0:19). My favorite by far is that amazing Goliath table around 0:45. The video almost doesn't do it justice--in person, the thing seems to defy physics!
If you're thrifty, you don't have to blow yours up at the end
No, this isn't clickbait: If you've never seen one of these before, I guarantee it'll surprise you. As a Fourth-of-July-celebrating American I thought I'd seen it all in fireworks, but this is the most unexpected type I've ever seen: Depending on who you ask, the circular, UFO-like contraption is called