Dual purpose dining & console table.
Well isn't this clever! Rather than toss your coat on the sofa and mail on the coffee table, here's an all-purpose rack that will take care of all your in-and-out-the-door accoutrement. Made from reclaimed Douglas Fir, it could take the place of a hallway console, freeing up space and clearing up clutter.
Inspired by the classic pantograph task lamp, Link is designed with a dual-purposed shade-handle. It is adjustable to 360 degrees.
Designed as a set, the console table and mirror are both fabricated from hand-selected solid american black walnut. Traditional mortise and tenon joinery is used for the table while the mirror has a custom curved profile which complements the angular form of the table. Photograph by Roberto D'Addona.
No, it's not an oversize, upturned barbell, but yes, this molded plastic table is just as indestructible.
This whimsical wall console, shaped like the bottom half of an ostrich, is made of high pressure laminate and comes in bright red, brushed black or bright dark grey.
Sided in smart white lacquer and topped with glass, this four-in-one table seamlessly transitions from holding mail to a casual dinner to a feast for 12.
Twisted is San Francisco designer Dylan Gold's ever-so-slightly tilted take on a console unit. The multi-purpose bamboo piece can be ordered with or without the steel stand, mounted to the wall or set up vertically, and filled with your favorite books and little tchotkes to display.