An Innovative Multifunctional Table by Ruth Vatcher

“Eat Play Grow” promotes a new concept, not only a product, a practical table. This concept is the work of a young UK designer named Ruth Vatcher and the aim was that of promoting a different lifestyle, a healthy one and, at the same time, of encouraging children to grow and take care of their own herbs or vegetables and even prepares their food.

As the name suggests it, the multifunctional table Eat Play Grow provides everything you might think of in terms of such a piece of furniture. When you see it, you say it is simple, but then you realize it is a highly imaginative oak-wood design, with various functions: a herb tray, a chopping board for food preparation, a ceramic pot and a storage system for tools and toys.

This kind of table can be placed somewhere inside, either in the kitchen or in the bedroom; it is simple and subtle and it definitely integrates a healthy lifestyle. What can be better for a child’s life from a young age? The mixture of simplicity and innovation is perfect in a world in which we try so hard to find the things that are necessary for our homes, simple, practical and pleasant objects that help us improve our lives. Eat Play Grow table seems to be the perfect combination of all these essential elements.

Published by in Design And Concept, on August 27th, 2011


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