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The Miro Dining Table has a Crevasse for Storing Tableware

 - Mar 31, 2017
References: studiosnng & design-milk
Belying its classic form, the Miro Dining Table from Studio Snng is surprisingly innovative, maximizing functionality within the space that it takes up without sacrificing aesthetics. The table features a central crevasse deep enough to store various small pieces of tableware such as cutlery and glasses, and the cover for this crevasse can either blend in with the wood of the table or, when flipped onto its obverse side, function as a trivet.

The crevasse in the center of the Miro Dining Table is deep enough to hold highball glasses or other small kitchen accessories and tableware, but it isn't so deep as to impede on either the table's appearance or the experience of those sitting at it (knees and thighs surely won't bump up against the crevasse's corner.) The table is available in three woods: ash, white oak, and walnut.