Sit down and relax, don't worry, just put your coffee on the baguette table in the corner. Not a sentence you expect to hear and one that may seem a little odd until you see this baguette table created by Studio Rygalik, a design studio in Poland.
In an attempt to highlight the amount of food that is wasted around the world the studio decided to create some household furniture using discarded foods, in this case half cut baguettes.
The exposed and rough edge of the bread becomes the table top while the baguette ends act as table legs.
On paper this sounds like a crazy idea but when you see the actual design the table looks great - just make sure the birds don't get to it.
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