Original Glass Coffee Table Made from Pipe Wrenches

Original Glass Coffee Table Made from Pipe Wrenches

Here is a cool example of how unique interior design objects can be produced with a few garage tools, a little will and imagination. The Pipe Wrench Coffee Table was designed by Jonathan Niemuth and has a very original appearance. Its legs consist of interlocked pipe wrenches tightly connected together. These “virile” and vigorous features make for a strong and daring product with a very manly feel.  The red criss-crossed tools create a strong contrast with the delicate transparent tabletop above. This type of table can be integrated in any modern interior with an “out-of-the-ordinary” look and can be complemented by other original “industrial” decorations. So how about it? Did we stir your need for handcrafting?


  • Carl November 30, 2010 at 18:18 PMLogin to Reply →

    Common! lol… this is just so tacky… really tacky! I would be so embarrassed to have this in my house… maybe, in my workroom, but this… no, actually not even in there.

  • coffee table furnitu December 1, 2010 at 01:13 AMLogin to Reply →

    This is a unique coffee table design! You show that garage tools have design purpose as well. Jonathan Niemuth point out that industrial tool is not meant for fixing damaged pipes or plumbing problems.This can be a unique and resourceful interior in your breakfast. It’s very remarkable. I can’t help myself in bringing out the best of the industrial tools I have in the garage from now on,since I have lots of unused tools. Thanks for the great idea!

  • heather henderson December 1, 2010 at 02:11 AMLogin to Reply →

    You’ve misspelled “coffee” and referred to pipe wrenches (pipe wrenches!!!) as “useless garage tools” … say WHAT?! Dare you even SPEAK of tools?? Pipe wrenches are incredibly versatile, beyond useful! They can literally stand-in for nearly every wrench, anytime, as well as perform a veritable smorgasbord of other tasks that no other wrench can even fathom! And who misspells ‘coffee’??! And “height”? And slips in totally made-up hyphenated words?!
    And then you wonder out-loud if the table is adjustable? IT’S FIXED TOGETHER WITH ADJUSTABLE WRENCHES, OF COURSE IT’S ADJUSTABLE. Where is your editor?

    Now, to be fair…
    If English is your second (or 3rd, 4th or 5th) language and you’ve somehow made it to the year 2010 without discovering spell-check, then I’m sorry, I may have jumped the gun. If writing these clips is a hobby you perform free-of-charge then I have no reason to complain about your grammar or flippant views. But, no matter the language, no matter how little you care – there’s no such thing as a useless tool. Literally. Period.

  • omahbale.com | Original Glass Coffe Table Made from Pipe Wrenches by Jonathan Niemuth December 1, 2010 at 09:45 AMLogin to Reply →

    […] Jonathan Niemuth artificial table is very unique because made from pipe wrenches consist of interlocked in the leg. The result of this design was named The Pipe Wrench Coffee Table. Foot leg consists of a consist of interlocked pipe wrenches tightly connected together. This is in stark contrast with the glass in place on it, so transparent we can see the pipe wrenches of the mesh tube. This unique design will be exciting if given in your home. (Source…) […]

  • Lavinia December 1, 2010 at 20:35 PMLogin to Reply →

    Dear Heather,

    I apologize for any inconvenience and/or irritation this post might have caused you and I completely understand your outburst.
    However, I feel I should clear up some of the “accusations” and answer the indirect questions that emerge from your comment.

    1) English IS my second language (but I do not understand how this would have determined you not to jump the gun- a mistake is a mistake no matter what the reason)

    2) This IS a hobby. But as any hobby that one wants to take further, it has the tendency of transforming into diverse, time-consuming and demanding work.We deliver a lot of content, which sometimes leads to hasty writing (again, this is no excuse and there is plenty of room left for improvement).

    3) To my limited industrial knowledge (and leaving aside the literal “useless/tools” oxymoron ), garage tools CAN be useless if they are broken ! And we do our best to “educate” and stimulate people in the spirit of recycling, which is why I used that word association in the first place.

    In any case, peace and thank you for dropping by!

  • Patricia December 2, 2010 at 06:18 AMLogin to Reply →

    Dear Lavinia,
    I greatly admire the restraint and tact used in your reply to a rather offensive and insulting person. Regardless of your spelling or grammar errors it would have been much more civilized to receive a response with some level of elegance. Questioning some of your points for clarity instead of attacking you would have been a much more desirable and appropriate way to gain a better understanding of your post. Unfortunately, there are rude and cruel people in this world that we all must deal with. You, as well as everyone else, are entitled to your opinion at all times. It must be wonderful for the “perfect people” of the world, always knowing that their opinions, comments, theories, etc. are correct, complete and accepted by any and all for eternity!
    When these things happen, just smile, sing or hum a song you love and think about Kharma. Peace to you.