As the number of documents you actually need to print diminishes year by year, you're probably finding that you don't use office accessories as quickly. Like staples, which are all but useless without stacks of paper to bind. But designer Nilly Mozer has come up with another way to use them up: A lovely clear table that's really only complete once you've adorned it with rows and rows of staples.
And you're free to add as many or as few staples to the laser-cut plastic table as you see fit. The staples' unfolded arms fit into long thin grooves on the surface and sides of the table, and you're free to experiment with whatever design or pattern you can imagine. Now all we need is a matching recliner that can accommodate the boxes and boxes of paperclips we never use, either. [Nilly Mozer via Design-Milk]