By Brigitte Schreiber. Dining Tables. Published at Thursday, February 22nd, 2018 - 03:05:19 AM.
The drop-leaf design has not been lost on today`s furniture designers. For people who live in apartment and condos and who like to entertain, the drop leaf table provides an excellent solution for a dining room table in a limited amount of space. You can find a variety of drop leaf tables-bar-height or standard size--that you can place at the end of a galley, and turn a small space into an eat-in kitchen. Some drop leaf tables even have storage space for folding chairs built into the base.
Different Dining Table Designs For Different Style Homes. With so many different sizes, styles, and prices of dining tables available everybody can find a design which they may incorporate into their space and decor. The designs of dining table include casual, contemporary, rustic, modern and various styles. Prices varies from high end to budget friendly choices for the frugal people.
These come in square, round, oval and rectangle shapes. It makes it easier to discover the best fit for your room. Easily a big room can accommodate a big rectangle table with six or eight chairs. Nonetheless, if you live in a town house or an apartment with a small space your best options should be the drop leaf dining table. Obviously, the advantage of the table is that you may have more place for walking around with the leaf turned down or out. One style which works well for the room with a serious space concern is the wall mounted drop leaf table. While it is not being used, it just extends several inches from the wall.
On most days, Mom`s dining room table was pushed up against the wall; it projected less than two feet into the room. If we needed a little more space-for homework or a craft project-we would lift one side and slide the movable table legs to support the tabletop. Clear off the table when we were done, drop the side, and the dining room would have a clear passageway again.
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