Kyoto Table: Hiding Everything Never Looked So Spiffy

Kyoto Table: Hiding Everything Never Looked So Spiffy

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Anthony Nguyen
Sep 12, 2008

We know another Temahome product was just mentioned not so long ago, but we couldn't pass up on their clever solution for all that electronic clutter (you know, remotes, gaming controllers, and the like) and occasional readings all in one place.

The Kyoto 4 Opening Tops table serves both as a dining surface (inspired by Asian designs) and a coffee table. The table is divided into two pieces, which can slide to reveal the hidden compartment in the middle. Comes in Chocolate, Wenge, Pure White and Textured White.

Dimensions: H10 x W32 x D32
Price: $985

Sure is pricey, but that's what happens when you're hunting for cool points! Or, you could just follow Gregory's guide to consolidate your living room.

[via Hometone]

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