Sometimes the answer to reducing clutter in a home is to opt for a object like the Grip Satellite Table, which performs two functions in one.
The fetching piece of furniture was designed by Satyendra Pakhalé as an adaptation of a simple living room side table, adapted to include a projecting hole for the placement of a vase specially sculpted to fit with the set.
The result is a small circular counter with minimal surface area removed to accommodate the flower pot. A bright and beautiful bouquet can be easily sunken into the piece, offsetting the stark whitewashed aesthetic with vibrantly colored blossoms. Giving an otherwise nearly plain object into a quirky asymmetrical stand, the Grip Satellite Table's defining floral feature would make it a focal point in any room.