To the untrained eye of decorating, they’ve got legs, a flat top, and are level to your elbow - not to be confused with a place to actually rest those elbows. Many believe that dining room tables are seen as merely functional planks on legs that can be found for free on your local Craigslist.
Tip Over. Designed by G. Borgonovo for Porada.
Certainly the Tip Over table designed by G. Borgonovo for Porada challenges this conventional, square idea. To begin with, Porada was established back in 1968 by Luigi Allievi and his four sons to produce seating for the home but has since moved into dining room tables, coffee tables, mirrors, bookshelves, television stands, and other innovative products like the Tip Over table/mirror.
The Tip Over’s dual-capability to serve the home as both a wall mirror lets it make space for playing a vintage Twister game or doing yoga with breathing room. But with it’s patented lock-unlock mechanism, the Tip Over offers a size deficient home the Murphy bed effect without sacrificing the comfort and privacy of a bedroom.
The wall mirror frame measures in at 154 cm (60.6”) x 90 cm (35.4”) x 7 cm (2.8”). When unfolded into the table, the Tip Over table is 74 cm (29.1”) x 155 cm (61”) x 90 cm (35.4”). The mirror itself is a natural mirror of the highest quality, while the finish and wood are varied to fit your style. Porada offers five different choices in wood and/or stain: natural oak, oak wenge stain, two different lacquered matte finishes, and a canaletta walnut.
Capitalize on space and efficiency with a Tip Over by Porada whether you’re in a phase of chugging during tippy cup or tipping the sippy cup.