Umm… We’re not sure what to make of these slanted tables and chairs, but there’s something about them that seems kind of cool in a weird kind of way. Dubbed Train to Dijon, it “was born from boredom with the ubiquitous 90-degree angle,” the company says. Each piece of furniture tilts at a 12-degree angle, which is enough to be noticeable but not enough to compromise structural integrity. The collection is crafted from European Beech. “Train to Dijon references the classic farm table, but with a modern ‘slant.’” Cool factor? high. Price? equally high: the line starts from $9,250. www.standard41.com.