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This Side Table Gobbles Up Your Clutter Like a Hungry Animal

We all have a surface somewhere in our home which is covered in clutter: phones, wallets, coins, keys, pens, cables, tickets and all other kinds of crap. But this neat console table gobbles it all up to keep it out of sight. Read More >>

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This Wooden Table is Actually Made of Glass

At first glance, this appears to be a fairly plain old wooden table—but wait, I can you see the leg through the table top? That'll be because this wooden table is actually made from glass. Read More >>

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This Table is Made From the Wood of 50,000-Year-Old Trees

Roughly 50,000 years ago, a series of horrible storms wracked northern New Zealand, burying stands of ancient Kauri trees in peat and mud—where they waited, for many, many millennia, to be rediscovered. As conference tables, apparently. Read More >>

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These Clamps Turn Any Old Slab of Wood into a Table, No Drill Required

Buying furniture is expensive. And making furniture is hard. But with this set of table legs, you can fashion a beautiful custom table without so much as a toolbox at your disposal. Read More >>

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This Beautiful Wooden Table Only Weighs 4.5 Kilos

This gorgeous wooden table, designed by Ruben Beckers, is called kleinergleich5—which means "less than five"—because it weighs just four and a half kilos. What the hell? Read More >>

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This Table isn't Complete Until You Decorate it With—Staples?

As the number of documents you need to print most likely diminishes year by year, you're probably finding that you don't use office accessories as quickly. Staples, for instance. But designer Nilly Mozer has come up with another way to use them up: A table really only complete once you've adorned it with rows and rows of staples. Read More >>

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Transform This Coffee Table Into a Classy Place to Dine in Seconds

For better or for worse, most of us have phased out meals at the dinner table in favour of dining in front of the TV. But on those rare occasions when guests visit and you don't want them thinking you're a slob, this lovely wooden coffee table from Duffy London quickly transforms into a small table where four can dine and focus on conversation, not the PVR. Read More >>

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The Magic of Science Keeps This Desk From Falling Over

Looking for a desk that's impervious to spills, dents, and, apparently,  the laws of gravity? Designer Paul Cocksedge seems to have defied everything we know about physics with his wonderful rolled steel Poise table, which looks like it's perpetually ready to fall over. Read More >>

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Tables of Power: Inside the Inner Sanctums of Europe's Most Powerful Companies

Dutch photographer Jacqueline Hassink has been inside some of the most important and cloistered rooms in the world. But these aren't science labs or political offices — they're the opulent boardrooms of Europe's largest companies, which Hassink photographed as part of a project called The Table of Power. Read More >>

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This Impossibly Thin Table Stores Wherever You've Got an Inch of Space

How often do you really use that dining table in your flat? Most meals are probably consumed in front of the TV, or at a restaurant. And sure, it's handy for the occasional dinner party or tax return-filing session, but the rest of the time it's just wasting space. So reclaim a good square of your pad with this incredibly thin folding table by Lodovico Bernardi that practically disappears when you turn it sideways. Read More >>

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Assembling This Table Is Just Like Uncorking a Bottle Of Wine

Skip the Ikea-imposed allen wrenches and other tools with this build-it-yourself side table that assembles using the skills you learned while uncorking countless bottles of wine. Instead of a more traditional threaded bolt, the table's three legs feature the same screw you'd find on a bottle opener, making it easy to secure them to its cork tabletop. Read More >>

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It's Too Bad This Insanely Light Dining Table Is Also Insanely Expensive

One of the few non-kitchen related tasks during the holidays involves prepping the dining room table with inserts or expansions to accomodate extra guests. But why wrestle with heavy slabs of lumber when this lightweight table made from carbon fibre, kevlar, and titanium can be set up and lifted by a single person? Oh, that's right, it costs £42,640. Read More >>

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Your Kids Will Never Outgrow This Drawing Desk

Designed to accomodate kids of any age and height, this Grow Table drawing desk features a sloped work surface so at one end it's low enough for little tikes, while the other is high enough for teenagers. Read More >>

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Mix and Match the Multi-Function Tiles on This Table Like Your Smartphone's Homescreen

Taking inspiration from the modular tiled design of modern smartphones, Mamikim's cleverly named ADAPTable is composed of six A4-sized wooden tiles that can be moved around and repositioned. So every time you come to work, you can customise it for the task at hand. Read More >>

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Would You Use This as a Table or a Lamp?

I want this finely crafted object, that much I know. But would I use Goodbye Edison's Woody W01 as a proper lamp, or would I use it as a table that provides some ambient ground lighting? The agony of having to choose is making my brain hemorrhage. [MocoLoco] Read More >>

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A Pair of Old G4 Towers Find a New Life as a Lovely Coffee Table

At one time in their lives these G4 towers were Apple's flagship workstations—possibly cutting hundreds of hours of footage, or editing thousands of photos. But today they're barely useful as paperweights, and probably best suited as a pair of stylish supports for this Crunching Numbers coffee table. Read More >>

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