When Belgian designer Quentin de Coster set out to create a table for children, he cleverly collaborated with a team of 5 year olds to determine the aesthetic that would be most appealing and relatable. He asked each of the children to draw tables and dogs, and he used their interpretations as the basis for the design of his ‘Animal Table.’ The maple wood table’s generously sized open drawer stores art supplies and kid paraphernalia, while doubling as the head of the dog. Fetching indeed.

Love dog inspired decor? Be sure to check out the ‘Lack Dog’ table we highlighted previously on Inhabitots!

via Yanko Design

Images by Dominique Cerutti