Cédric Canaud designed a collection of side tables, called À partir du guéridon, which are made from a variety of materials, like raw pine wood (which is sandwiched between colorful paper), marble, glass, and slate.
The tables are made up of two panels with cut out slots that fit together forming a column. The narrow diameter makes them perfect perched next to a sofa or chair, or as a display for a vase or a plant.
A plate, made of either cork or foam imitation granite, sits on top to provide a level surface. The plate comes in either a circle or a rectangle for a double column table.
Each of the leg panels are double-sided so you can turn the table around for a different look/color.
You can easily assemble and disassemble the tables for quick relocation.