This proves that you can design and print your own furniture; choose your own colors and shapes. The top could be cut from plexiglass or cardboard (with cardboard, you could change the shape and color frequently).
I had shrinkage issues with the red plastic, so I wound up joining the pieces with acetone instead of snapping them together. Total print time was about 40 hours.
Printing furniture, lamps, picture frames, art, etc. could elevate the usefulness of 3d printing. A combination of available designs, shrink free printing and downward printer costs could combine to make "in house manufacturing" more desirable.
Here are the files for this table:
The dog on the table is made from cardboard and felt (full description in my book, Amazing Rubber Band Cars).