Table on Tight

Turn your vast collection of table leaf and board fragments into a lovely table miracle with “Grip,” a fabulous new solution by a couple of genius designers working for Bloomming. All it really is is a set of four table legs capable of gripping and screwing down tight onto a piece of wood with a very familiar screw-tight contraption. You can use your own wood or choose from a selection of bamboo boards also available from Bloomming. It’s ecologically responsible!

They’ve got so much bamboo for you! Natural Density, Natural Sidepressed, Caramel Density, Caramel Sidepressed, Caramel Plainpressed, and Sidepressed Thermo. All you could ever want! Change your table top for each day of the week, new guests, or seasons of the year. All carried nice by Grip.

Designer: Bas van Leeuwen & Mireille Meijs for Bloomming

12 Comments

  • Confucius says:

    Is it just me or does there seem to be soo many of these clamp tables around design blogs lately… this one is a nice one, but the general concept has been done to death.

  • Confucius says:

    Is it just me or does there seem to be soo many of these clamp tables around design blogs lately… this one is a nice one, but the general concept has been done to death.

  • Nice table! That goes on my wish-list for christmas…

  • Nice table! That goes on my wish-list for christmas…

  • sxc says:

    Why we need this table???
    Look very conbersome at the conners….don't try to be just new….

  • sxc says:

    Why we need this table???
    Look very conbersome at the conners….don't try to be just new….

  • morgan says:

    lovely. or you could go to home depot and buy 4 pipe clamps for 40 bucks. because well, these are stylized pipe clamps. they've been supporting the stainless steel industrial fridge door that is my desk for the past 7 years. it's a good idea but nothing new.

  • morgan says:

    lovely. or you could go to home depot and buy 4 pipe clamps for 40 bucks. because well, these are stylized pipe clamps. they've been supporting the stainless steel industrial fridge door that is my desk for the past 7 years. it's a good idea but nothing new.

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