The TAB Convertible Desk: Office Desk to Dining Table

The TAB Convertible Desk: Office Desk to Dining Table

Gregory Han
Nov 2, 2009

We like this find by Sabine over at Moco Loco, a desk with a lot of potential for hiding away desktop peripherals that often clutter up a home office desk. The TAB table by design studio Razy2 was designed with a split personality, offering a dining table for six and also a usable office desk with slots to hide away a USB hub and other home office supplies...

One of the images show a compartment revealing some office paper. We'd like to imagine storing a svelte inkjet printer like the Canon PIXMA iP90 Photo Inkjet Printer inside, connected to the USB hub. Because even though most modern inkjets are fairly decor-benign, we'd rather have them completely out of view if given the choice, and having one hidden right there inside our desk would be ideal (our current setup hides away in a bookshelf, accessed via a remote hub).

Razy2's description:

Save time and space with the TAB dual dining table for six/office desk. Tab is a home office table that reveals desk storage when one section of the table is pulled. Store paper, pens, a USB hub and other small desk articles when compartments are closed so the desk can become a dining table. The difference is the function is further heightened by the difference in materials; solid ash for the table top and plastic for the office accessories.

More about the TAB table at Razy2.

[via Moco Loco]

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