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Bye Bye Wind Table Keeps Your Dinner on the Table and off the Floor

by Hazel Chua
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Having meals outside your home (and no, I don’t mean eating out at restaurants) is one of the simplest pleasures of life. The great outdoors provides the perfect ambiance for dining, but unfortunately, strong winds might make for a messy meal.

Grooved TableBut a gusty day won’t be a problem if you’ve got the Bye Bye Wind Table, designed by Marco and Paola Oliva Marotto. It’s a table that looks like it’s molded from plastic. But what makes it special is the fact that it’s got special grooves where you’re supposed to put the plates and cups in, so that nothing topples over or gets blown away when a breeze comes along.

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It’s a neat solution for an age-old problem. It’s even got slots in the corners which you can fill with plants to give the table a more vibrant look.

Unfortunately, it’s still a concept design for now but I’m sure many people, especially those with sprawling lawns and decks, are eager to see the Bye Bye Wind table become a reality.

[via Blog Deco Design via Crib Candy]



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