Offi's Mag Table, Five Ways

Offi's Mag Table, Five Ways

Sarah Coffey
Jan 4, 2010

We've had the molded plywood Mag Table for a few years, and we still really like it. Designed by Eric Pfeiffer for Offi, a modified S-curve form makes it both a side table and a magazine rack. It can also be tilted up and used as a laptop stand (although when we tried using it this way, we found it uncomfortable and a little awkward).


  1. From Design Public: As a living room side table, it's holds magazines and books next to the sofa.
  2. From Wes and Kayla's Home: As a puppy, their dog Bacon liked to hide out underneath the Mag Table.
  3. From the Mid-Century Modernist: Situated over a Nelson bench, the Mag-Table-turned-laptop-stand may not be the most ergonomic design, but it looks great.
  4. From Sarah and Steve's Home: In our home, we use the Mag Table as a bedside table. It's perfect for stashing magazines and books.
  5. From Design Public: Between a set of armchairs, the side table adds a surface for drinks and reading materials.


Prices range from $180 to $225, depending on the finish.

Design Public (San Francisco/Online) (Online)
2Modern (Online)
Velocity Art and Design (Seattle/Online)
Inmod (Online) (Online)
Hive Modern (Portland/Online)
At Work Design (Chicago/Online)

Photos: Design Public, Wes and Kayla Schwartz, stewf licensed via Creative Commons, Sarah Coffey

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