It's rare for there to be many complaints about a piece of furniture being too simple. Of course, the minimalism enthusiast would love the Tea Table by Ryan Harc, but even this has more complexity than it might initially let on.
Handsome pine wood is used to construct each object, producing four rounded legs and an unusual geometric tabletop. A side-stretched T-shape best describes the final form, making it quite different from the other standing surfaces in the home.
But the square slabs that seem to have been cut out of two of the corners allow several of these moveables to be abutted together. This can be done in various orientations and configurations to make the Tea Table into a side table, a buffet or even a bench.