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Tables Four Two by Sheree Bucton Saves Space in Family Homes

 - Oct 21, 2014
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One of the biggest complaints second to kids simply growing out of their stuff is the amount of stuff they manage to accumulate over the years; enter the Tables Four Two, a collection of nesting children's furniture. It saves space in a smart and stylish way in order to deter graying hairs for just a little longer.

Designed by Sheree Bucton of Sheree B Product Design, the nesting children's furniture looks like a gradient side table when stacked together neatly. When pulled apart, they form two sets of desk for different age groups. Each desk component is equipped with storage compartments as well. Made out of Australian Blackbutt timber, the nesting children's furniture is great for any family home.