I completely fell in love with this little table's unique colors and shapes when I saw it featured in a couple of different European design magazines. But after searching in vain for any indication of where to find one, I gave it up as one of those great products that's not available stateside. Several months later: design blogs to the rescue. I spotted the elusive table on Madame Hervé. Imagine my delight when I discovered that not only is the table available commercially, but it is re-configurable - the wooden beads that make up the base can be stacked on in different combinations, like a child's toy. So if you get tired of a particular configuration, you can change it up, and even adjust the table height.
The shuffle table is being produced by the Danish company &tradition and is available at lumens.com for $740. It's a teensy bit out of my price range, but I'm still seriously tempted to blow my savings on one of these. Imagine the possibilities!
Designer Mia Hamborg's website
Shuffle table on Madame Hervé