Wooden NES coffee table doubles up as a fully functional controller as well

We’ve seen our fair share of furniture carved in the shape of objects from television shows and computer games, but we have to admit that this wooden NES controller coffee table takes the cake. Shaped like the original NES controller that veteran gamers will probably recognize from back in the day, not only does it function as a perfectly fine coffee table, but it is apparently a fully functional NES controller at the same time!

Made from a mixture of mahogany, maple and walnut wood to achieve the different colors, this NES table will function as a proper controller. Button mashing might be a little difficult and pulling off combos could be next to impossible, but it certainly looks pretty awesome. The good news is that the wooden NES controller coffee table is up for sale via Charles Lushear’s Etsy shop for a whopping $3,500. Head on over for more photos or to place your order.

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