It might be ideal to have the space to furnish your home so that it's in a permanent guest-ready state, but this, for most people, is not realistic. Products like the Clip Table come into play as one of those versatile pieces that you can set up and take down according to requirement.
Polish designer Jan Kochanski strove to create a piece of furniture that could be effortlessly dismantled and compacted to facilitate its storage in a closet or under a couch. Inspired by the flatness and flexibility of the paperclip, the coffee table has a tubular steel frame with four gently bent corners that pivot out to form a steady tripod base. Just slot the top bar through the slit in the circular wooden tabletop of the Clip Table and you've got yourself a handy surface for drinks.
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