Anyone up for a disco party between the sheets? This bed is called the Expose. It is primarily made from rotted-out boards of teak. But re-purposed wood isn't its only virtue -- the fissures in the wood are filled with LEDs, so that the bed glows like a blue volcano or acid party.

The construction of an Expose is a laborious process, taking up to three months to make. So, it's no surprise it'll cost you $7,500. If that seems too steep, just remember you aren't just getting rotten wood and horrible wetmares about "Tron": You get two lamps and two side tables, also.

This and other fun (but not necessarily functional) sustainable furniture come from Treecycled Furniture.