If you grew up in the 1980s, you more than likely had a Rubik's Cube. Yes, the classic toy puzzle cube that had you twisting and turning colored cubes over and over again, endlessly hoping to return the cube back to its original state. I never did solve my cube. The last memory I had of it was a melting blob of fiery plastic burning in my backyard during a Transformers Vs Gobots war over Energon cubes.
Apparently, this toy cannot be destroyed in toy battles though, because it's back and it's now... a table! The Rubik's Cube Coffee Table ($600) is inspired by the classic toy and makes a cool end table or coffee table. Thankfully, the colored cubes in this version don't actually move, so it will always be in a perpetual state of solved.