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The word table can evoke any number of images. This medley of shapes and uses is just the start.

The word

table

can evoke any number of images. This medley of shapes and uses is just the start.

Woodworker's table

Available as a console or for dining, the Project Table ($9,895) looks like a carpenter's masterpiece. Order at Usona, 113 S. 16th St., and www.usonahome.com.

Reserved table

The Occa Dining Table ($1,899) makes a handsome, quiet statement with brushed steel and veneer. Available at Bo Concept, 1719 Chestnut St., and www.boconcept.us.

Round table

Nuevo's Victoria Dining Table ($1,250) blends feminine polished marble with a masculine steel frame. Available at Matthew Izzo, 1109 Walnut St., and www.matthewizzo.com.

Entry table

Grace a foyer with Blu Dot's Strut Console ($399). Available at Foster's Homeware, 399 Market St., and www.shopfosters.com.

Multiplication table

Used solo or as a team, pretty Silhouette Nesting Tables ($299 for two) offer stylish spots to rest a book or beverage. Available at www.brocadehome.com.

End table

Add a quirky surface to your abode with Ibride's Ostrich Console Table ($500). Available at www.velocityartanddesign.com.

Table of contents

Loom Storage Unit ($400) & Trolley ($400) hosts little ones for drawing, eating and playing. Available at Piccolini, 932 W. Lancaster Ave. in Bryn Mawr, and www.piccolinionline.com.

Changing table

Make a place for the sprouts with the Playdate Table and Stools ($348). Limited quantities available at Gene's, 122 E. Lancaster Ave. in Wayne, and www.shopgenes.com.

Joy Deangdeelert Cho is a Philadelphia textile and graphic designer. Visit her design blog, Oh Joy!, at www.ohjoy.blogs.com.

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