Innovative Design: Mooncake Dining Table by +tongtong
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- The only thing better than a delicious treat is a delicious treat that looks great. Decorate your dining room tabletop while satisfying your appetite with these modern designs.
Dining tables serve a pretty fundamental function—–a place to consume our peas and carrots. But what if the meat and potatoes of your table occur beneath the flat surface? The latest from Hansen Family offers functional intrigue in the form of a pair of colorful compartments hidden under two solid oak panels—–which themselves are backed with slate—–allowing you a spot to stash your salt and pepper and rest your hot pots on.
- Eyjólfur Palsson and his Reykjavic-based Epal Furniture emporium have supported and championed Icelandic design since the 1970s.
- We love a challenge and we're here to prove that hosting a holiday cocktail party in a small space is not only doable but can be totally chic as well.
This bench-turned-table is the ultimate in Québécois design: made of unstained maple and initially built to store firewood. It can store magazines, towels, or shoes and sports a removable tray top to boot.
We Go Together is yet another fun example of dishware that unites classic food duos (see also: the much-loved dunk mug). This ceramic tray makes a single serving soup-and-sammy combo easily transported from kitchen counter to sofa (or dining room table), no precarious plate-and-bowl balancing act required.
Plyned is a graceful design great for dining tables and desks. Made completely from solid bamboo, the edges offer a layered surface. The trough option adds an interesting visual element and functional space. Also available in custom dimensions to fit your space and four different bamboo colors.
- Food designer Marije Vogelzang creates recipes, plated presentations, and even molecular gastronomic buffets, turning the dining experience into a full-sensory immersion that makes us think not only…