Imagination Table ® Story

How it all began

The First one

In 1998 the idea for the “Imagination Table ®” was conceived.

The inventor, the proud father of three children ages 4, 5 and 7 at the time, wanted his children to do something constructive while they were in the family room besides just vegetate in front of the TV.

He knew he wanted something that could be easily hidden, and allowed the kids to clean up fast and yet was functional at all times.

The first Imagination Table ® was built in his garage and he was thrilled to see that his children became totally engaged and used their imaginations when using it. He was pleased that the Imagination Table ® was also a functional piece of furniture that totally hid the child aspect when not in use and in plain site.

His children enjoyed the Imagination Table ® for over twenty years, even while in college, until the 1st table was lost in a move.

When Covid hit in 2020, and many were looking for a creative outlets, his now adult children suggested that the Imagination Table ® would be a great business to start because they loved it and used the table so much they felt others would love it as well.


Yes they are Red Sox fans.


Youngest sitting on the
1st Imagination Table ® in 1999.

Imagination Tables ®

Built for adults, made for kids !

Furniture that encourages kids of all ages to develop their Imaginations !

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our customers... say?

" This is the most innovative thing I've seen for my kids, and as a parent I love it!"

- Lauren M., Cohasset, MA

" The table is awesome no more messes when I tell the kids to clean up for dinner everything is cleaned up and out of sight fast."

- Susan R, Chicago, IL

"I wished I had this table when my kids were small..."

- Jill, Scituate, MA

"We have this in my barber shop and both the kids and the parents love it."

- Beth, Weymouth, MA

"My kids use to just sit and stare at the TV doing nothing, now at least they are doing something productive while doing that. Sometimes I shut off the TV and they don't even notice that I did."

- Tiffany J, New York, NY