The Bink Side Table Has a Petal-Shaped Top and Concealable Roots

 - Feb 9, 2013
References: bdiusa & blog.leibal
Most family rooms might be able to benefit more from something like the Bink Side Table rather than a standard coffee table. When you're seated at the couch, it can be a bit of a reach to access beverages, remotes and reading materials from the usual couple of feet away. This product is designed to slide right up next to your sofa and even to overlap it if you like.

Matthew Weatherly's mirrored design comprises a stem and a pair of matching abstract ovals for the tabletop and base. With the vertical element connected off-centered, the foot of the furnishing can be easily slid underneath a chair. The colorful Bink Side Table has enough area to accommodate a laptop, a tablet, magazines, or most other item's you'll want handy while sitting on the chesterfield.