The Italian design team Manoteca has brilliantly remodeled an 18th century vintage door into a table-cum-workstation. Dubbed Indoor #10, the table is a beautiful representation of craftsmanship and woodworking highlighting how an old and abandoned street door can be given second life with a complete new meaning and representation.
The convertible indoor #10 table is designed and crafted in a way that it represents the original form of the door. The multipurpose furniture unit can be used as a dinner table to accommodate maximum eight people when closed, whereas it becomes a study desk with a wooden drawer, a big sliding iron tray and an extra storage unit to keep the essentials at reach when open.
The vintage door which gets a chance to relive the Victorian era in contemporary world as a rustic table is made from solid chestnut wood. To add durability and sturdiness, the table is later treated with organic paint and natural beeswax. The 198 x 80 x 102 cm table is all about converting abandoned things into something that represent how old objects can be turned into a valuable and contemporary piece of furniture that add aesthetics and practicability wherever kept. Manoteca is selling this convertible table for $4,162.