Variety is the Spice of Life: Six Part Vintage Coffee Table

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TreeHugger loves it when one thoughtful design can take the place of many less functional pieces. Such is the case with Peter Hvidt and Olga Molgaard-Nielsen's vintage coffee table; the piece built in sextuplicate is up to just about any decorating challenge. All together, the pieces form a coffee table that's a pinwheel of fun; separately, they combine to build snaky side tables, nesting end tables, or up to six separate (but matching) tables that could be scattered about for a party and then joined up again for a glass of wine in front of the TV. Hit the jump to see just a few of the sleek possibilities offered by such a design. ::1stDibs via ::Design Milk1stdibs-6part-side-table.jpg
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