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Steampunk Nintendo coffee table is made from recycled materials

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Etsy user Charles Lushear and Bohemian Workbench created a Steampunk-themed Nintendo coffee table from recycled and reclaimed materials.

The table measures 40 inches in length and about 18 inches in height and is designed after the 1985 classic NES controller. The table's frame is a former fence that the artist picked up off the side of the road in California. According to the listing, the directional pad is a copper cross used as currency in parts of the Democratic Republic of the Congo during the 19th and early 20th century.

There's currently only one table available for $2,600. You can view more photos over at the Etsy page or the Bohemian Workbench website.

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