The Gaming Table by Ricardo Freisleben Lacerda might, at first, look like your average over-sized ottoman, but this piece of furniture actually contains an unexpected second function. The large family room piece separates into a set of four upholstered stools to increase the interior space's seating capacity, but the core of the furnishing is quite useful itself.
The designer enhanced this square-topped central coffee table with four cup holders and a pair of convenient storage compartments. It appears as though a chessboard has been printed directly onto the surface, inviting sitters to engage in an activity together. Ample space is available to set up a wide range of board games around the Gaming Table. It's a brilliantly compact solution for close-packed rooms that are occasionally used to entertain guests.