This eclectic line of side tables from designer Cédric Canaud use a variety of materials and finishes to make a big impact. The series, called À Partir du guéridon – or From Pedestal – incorporates interlocking panels to create easily assembled, easily movable pieces of decorative and functional furniture.
Each pedestal table consists of two panels made of raw pine sandwiched between two sheets of colorful paper. They have slots that let the two pieces fit together perfectly.
Once the column is assembled, a circular or rectangular surface made of cork or imitation granite. The surface sits atop the column to create a narrow table that’s perfect for plants or small decorative items.
The two-sided panels have a different color or design on each side, letting you customize the look of your table simply by turning it. The tabletops are interchangeable, adding another layer of customization.