Image of the day: this Inception coffee table can be yours for $6K

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Jan 17, 2016, 6:52 PM EST (Updated)

Remember that incredible scene in Inception when the city of Paris seemed to fold over on itself? Now you can have it right in your living room.

A designer named Stelios Mousarris has created a coffee table made of "wood, steel and 3D printed technology" (according to his online store) that re-creates the scene in Christopher Nolan's 2010 sci-fi epic in which Leonardo DiCaprio makes the city of Paris flip over like a gigantic wave in order to demonstrate to Ellen Page how to build and control dreams.

It's a pretty impressive piece of work, but as Birth. Movies. Death notes, also kind of impractical. Where do you put your feet? Aren't toddlers or pets going to do themselves or the table some severe damage? These are the kinds of problems that could potentially crop up.

But if you don't give a toss about any of that and are a major Christopher Nolan/Inception fan with $6,000 burning a hole in your pocket, then we suggest you head over to Mousarris' site now and place your order so you can get this baby installed before your next house party. Just don't let anyone stick their feet under it.