The creator of this cane side table understands the value of adaptability in furniture design. Some elements such as sofas and TV-topped consoles are best kept put, but small surfaces such as this have great potential for increased versatility when they're made to be mobile.
Prime placement of such an object is likely to change, depending on where exactly people are sat about the room. Florian Saul created this Yot Side Table, which invites and encourages the user to move it around the space. The tripod surface has its central post rising up and through the round tabletop, forming a crook to serve as a great handgrip. This cane side table can thus be shifted easily by anybody, even if he needs support.
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