Designer Marta Antoszkiewicz unifies table and chairs with Kitchenette, a smoothly rounded set that hides away its four chairs when you're not using them. While it might look a bit like a painted cardboard box, its construction is sturdy with square steel tube legs holding up the heat-formed laminate table and its form-fitting seating.
Conveniently located in the tabletop's center are recessed areas where silicone pads are stored, perfect for placing hot pans without scorching. In case you get into a messy food fight because of those limited confines in which you're forced to live every day, those comfy cushions are washable, and the rest of the table can be simply hosed down. Once the commotion dies down, those four chairs snap into place with their little strategically-placed magnets attracting their metal counterparts on the table's legs. Neat.