When space is limited each item has to add something valuable to the equation. It can be done by amplifying the function or, in this case, the visual impact. The Bushel Table, designed by the New Yorker Devin Rutz, was not meant for blending with the wall color. It demands the room to itself. The name came from the idea of a bushel of sticks in your hand. ‘If you were to take that bushel of sticks and cut them down on one side a surface would be created,’ – Rutz explains. The other side of the sticks became legs. The holes in the surface add to the random beauty of the piece. They can be used for greenery or simply left alone.