It's conceivable that anyone over five feet tall might glance right at the Tabhole Table and fail to notice the features that make it so unique. Unlike most kitchen tables, this one incorporates five holes in its surface and a pair of hampers that can hang down beneath it. Unless you take a peek at it from underneath, the dining table does a good job of concealing its more whimsical traits thanks caps that cover the openings.
ZO_loft builds these furnishings from lovely ash wood, cut into various components and pieced together. Raw quilted cotton is used to make the pockets that sink down below the eating surface. These playful elements of the Tabhole Table can be used to hold potted plants, to stash and feed through computer cables and to store a variety of different possessions.
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The Tabhole Table Incorporates Hidden Hanging Baskets as Quirky Storage
Published: Apr 5, 2013 • References: zo-loft