I can currently only dream of having a dinning room table as colorful as the Nzela Table. The Nzela Table was designed by the Finnish company Kayiwa and is a modular table with many different configurations.
The Nzela Table has birch panels that slot together, letting you form tables of all shapes and sizes. This design is awesome because for years, the dinning room table was known as one of the most unruly pieces of furniture next to the dresser. Typical characteristics of the dining room table include bland coloring and a girth big enough to break the backs of several movers.
Of course, all of this lightweight colorfulness doesn't come cheap. If you want to be a part of the dining table revolution, you'll have to fork over about $17,000. No one ever said the revolution would be free.