There was simply no limit to the imaginations of the Brothers Grimm, except, sadly, Terry Gilliam. Channeling the bros in far more enjoyable fashion: Grimm++.
Grimm's a collective of young Brit designers who've banded together to interpret the cherished folktales via home furnishings, an unexpected enterprise whose debut collection takes on Little Red Riding Hood with pieces you could easily accommodate even if you've never been told "my, what a big flat you have". All things Hood:
Wolf Within: The howling beast trailing behind this seemingly gravity-defying "shadow chair" actually masks a solid steel base with its faux fur covering, thus standing proudly in the tradition of the tale's "faux grandma" covering.
Light-Time Story: Working as either a stand or pendant, this lamp projects shadows cast from hidden illustrations of the wolf, the woods, and Little Red, also what Dutch stag weekenders say they're gonna get, only to end up just smoking a lot of green.
Woodsman Axe Tables: Available in console, dining, or coffee table models, these are all supported by actual solid American hickory axe handles; the blades are resin-composite, but don't tell your guests if you want chasing them out with one to be maximally fun.
Capping the collection, there's a set of digitally cut Big Bad Wolf cork coasters, with the wolf sprawled out like he's been turned into a rug -- so much like that more recent Grimm film adaptation, it just kind of lies there.