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When it comes to dining it really is the more the merrier. But if you’re stuck for space, bigger get-togethers can be a problem. The solution? A table that extends when you need it and shrinks when you don’t. Here are few ways to create an extendable dining table that you might not have thought of.
An extendable table doesn’t have to be a single table with a fold-out or insert. Another way to create a bigger dining table is to buy two tables and put them together. If you choose a series of tables that come in several sizes you can use the larger one as your everyday dining table, and keep the smaller one as your reserve. And why stop at two? Three tables will make your dining table even more flexible.
But what do you do with your extra table(s) when they’re not needed in the dining area? Put them to work somewhere else of course. When this table is not helping out as a dining table extension, it’s put against the wall where it serves a workspace. And those extra chairs? Just stack them alongside.
When space is at a premium, the last thing you need is a big piece of furniture taking up space, especially when they’re not being used. A drop leaf table like this only takes up the space you actually need. If it’s just you using it, fold it down. And when you have company, fold it out.
14 Jul, 2022 - 7 Sep, 2022
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