So where was I? Right, ICFF.
And then there's the dining table [The Table, no presidential-sounding name] that's meant to actually be used other than on Thanksgiving. It has reversible panels/leaves that go from white[board] to walnut stain. The bench seats can hold booster and high chair modules or nubby miracle fabric cushions, and there's a giant roll of butcher paper on the end. The flatscreen, obviously, goes on the wall adjacent and is sold separately. Very contemporary, very nicely made, perfect for a design-savvy, affluent family with several young children, who eat their meals together--at home. I do not know if such families actually exist, but the nannies of Park Avenue will take to this table like ducks to water.
[update: MoCo Loco has posted a video demo of The Table; check it out.]
She's too nice to mention who it was, but I'm not: it was LA retailer Boom, whose booth featured copies of at least three readily identifiable designs already in the market--including a table and a toybox/storage unit. And that's not counting Miniboom, their surreal collection of miniature B&B Italia-knockoff sofas and chairs, all in moody ultrasuede. It's furniture for your kid to sit on when he learns to cut his first rails of formula on the tiny chrome coffee table.