Lovebird tables by
Yuki Matsumoto

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Lovebird tables by Yuki Matsumoto

Two console tables by Japanese designer Yuki Matsumoto can be leant against each other and linked by their drawers.

Lovebird tables by Yuki Matsumoto

The drawers of Lovebird tables come out and turn 90 degrees to form a bridge between the two halves.

Lovebird tables by Yuki Matsumoto

"The drawers stored full of memories of two work as the functional structure to support each other as a married couple," says the designer.

Lovebird tables by Yuki Matsumoto

Matsumoto designed the tables while studying at Kobe Design University.

Lovebird tables by Yuki Matsumoto

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  • Herald

    What about threesomes?

  • http://habotai.blogspot.co.uk Amy

    Love this!

  • http://robinwadefurniture.com Robin Wade

    What an awesome idea. I do love real, unadorned style furniture. Simplicity here has come home. Hmm, truly, the design has never been so complicated.

  • naishadh

    Excellent work.