While at ICFF we saw an interesting trend of height adjustable furniture. Being able to lower or raise your table is great for people who entertain and want to either serve a pot luck for their guests to walk up to or want a family dinner for friends to sit around, but it has an added benefit for people with disabilities. Being able to lower a table when you're in a wheelchair is a must whether your eating dinner or working on a spreadsheet.
The Milk table is just one of those trendsetters...
The Milk can be adjusted in height between 30 and 50 inches. Adjustments are made electronically with a click of a button found on the underside of the table.
The actual tabletop is a lacquered MDF with four slots that can be customized with different components including, a glass fish tank, small storage space, and even a hanging trash bin.
The table also has cable exits if you want to use it as a desk.