Most furniture is what it is. Sure, it might have a unique function, like a table with hidden drawer or a chair with deftly concealed reclining function, but usually you get what you see. That's certainly not the case with Izzy Swan's Think Woodworks pieces, though.
Growing up, Swan lived in a log cabin built by his father. The rustic style inspired him, and, after leaving high school before the 10th grade, he began building his own log homes. After working odd jobs and traveling the country, he settled down in South Carolina and started back up in woodworking. This time, though, he concentrated on furniture, machines, jigs and fixtures. And, sometimes, he combines the two, as shown in this transformational table.