Pocket by Margaux Beja, an interior architect and designer based in Paris, France both conceals and reveals at the very same time, a quality that is particularly useful, not to mention aesthetically pleasing. Granted, it doesn't completely obscure objects, it simply provides a bit of a screen that separates one end from the other.
Essentially a tray, Pocket by Margaux Beja is made out of solid oak. The 'screen' is made out of colored cord, which allows it to serve another purpose. People can slip paper, tablets and more between the cords to prop them up for convenience. Great for phones, keys, pencils and other knickknacks, Pocket by Margaux Beja is a great accent piece for the home.
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