Tea Time! Set The Table

A tea table designed for a new age of lose leaf tea drinkers to sit, sip, store, and share. The Teable has a compartment covered with a serving tray. You can store your favorite tea trappings and accessories underneath. Teable was inspired by Japanese tea ceremonies, focusing on how tea is plated, made, and served. There’s a celebratory theme through-out emphasizing the social aspect of enjoying tea. And when you’re not drinking tea, it makes a bad ass table to play that good ole’ college game “Bullsh*t!” Who remembers that game?!?!

Designer: Molly Krantz

9 Comments

  • saltynay says:

    I like it, think its aesthetically pleasing and functional however I don’t see it selling much outside of Asia so global appeal is a bit low and surely this isn’t a new idea…..

    • zippyflounder says:

      salt, when it comes to funiture its all pretty much been done before. The reason is simple we human beings have not really changed all that much in oh 100,000 years biologicly and socialy not much in the last 10,000 years.

  • KwangErn says:

    If only the waterboiler and water is within hands reach… 🙂

    I remember when we had tea drinking sessions, we spent hours and hours chatting away whilst going through countless times of refilling the kettle to boil the water for the tea. Can be quite a hassle…

  • Eric says:

    Not my cup of tea. Looks pretty though!

  • vuk says:

    interesting concept

  • tthouse says:

    Hello, i like the concept, where could i get my hands on one?

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