During the pandemic, it appeared that nearly everyone had adopted the indoor gardener lifestyle. In the absence of face-to-face contact with other people, folks turned to their leafy friends. But, take it from someone whose thumb is light green at best. Indoor plant care can feel incredibly daunting. Especially if you’re living in a small space without much direct sunlight. For those who still want to maximize their cramped apartments and bring some greenery into their lives, there’s BloomingTables. Based in San Diego, BloomingTables crafts functioning furniture that doubles as an indoor garden. Your coffee table can house microgreens and your desk can be overflowing with succulents. BloomingTables uses a minimalist design that features a waterproof acrylic basin to house your new garden. Beneath the trough, you’ll find a valve to drain off any water. Above your plants rests a removable glass top that’s held down with UV resistant suctions cups so you can still use your furniture and properly display your garden between watering sessions. Best of all, you can care for a manageable gardenscape that might include a variety of succulents or cacti, or even microgreens or vines. BloomingTables is a convenient space-saving solution for those of us that want to embrace the green lifestyle without sacrificing too much real estate. For the time being, BloomingTables does not ship plants with the physical furniture so you’ll need to head to your local nursery to pick up some plants.