This is a really interesting design where the drop leaf practically doubles the table size even though there’s only one of them. On one side you have the leaf and on the other you have a storage drawer for things like cutlery, napkins and other accessories usually used at the dinner table.
It’s a really pretty and elegant cocktail table/ dining table for two with a solid pedestal in black-painted wood and a round top with 9” drop leaves. It can sit up to 6 people when expanded and it can serve as a console, vanity table or even as a desk when one or both leaves are dropped. The casters are optional but they sure make the table more practical and easier to move around. While sometimes it’s great to have two large extra panels that can extend a small table for two into one for six or more, that’s not always what the user needs.
In addition to having casters for mobility, drawers for storage and plenty of room inside for the bar stools, this table is pretty cool in other ways too. The coolest thing about the Mix table is actually not its versatility but the fact that when both its leaves are down it becomes only a few cm wide.
The Monarch dining set is a three-piece combo with two chairs and a stylish little table with a 36” diameter. Think of it as a nice addition to a spacious kitchen, a sort of alternative to the typical breakfast nook but also as a desk or a dining table for small spaces.
It’s part of the Dover II collection and it’s made of solid wood veneer with a vintage white and cheery finish combo. Inside there are indeed some storage cubbies and shelves but the truly cool element is the door which becomes the support base for a small desk/ table.
In small spaces like studios or efficiency apartments there’s not a lot of room for furniture, especially not for a big dining table. It’s simple and it’s also small, measuring only 30” L x 30” W x 30” H. When extended, the Rutledge table becomes 46’’ long which adds a bit of extra space but not a lot, thus not requiring you to make any layout modification or to move other furniture pieces out of the way in order for the table to fit.
Circular drop-lead tables are not very common so finding one that suits your needs or style can prove to be difficult. This is a really nice piece of furniture for casual dining areas and thanks to the drop leaf design you can place it flat against the wall to save a bit of space. Thanks to how easy it is to extend and convert drop-leaf tables you can always make sure you have room for a couple more guests if ever needed. It transforms from a square table into a rectangular one and it maintains a simple and elegant design in both cases.
This is a counter-height table which makes it a good fit for kitchens in particular where they can be incorporated into cozy breakfast nooks and casual dining stations. The frame is slender and has clean and simple lines and it’s also darker in color, featuring a black finish that highlights its sleek silhouette. The two leaves extends the regular square-shaped top by adding two more spots around the table, convenient for accommodate occasional guests. Many have two leaves, one on each side, but there are also other designs such as that of the De Soto table which propose a different point of view.
There’s also storage space inside for various items such as dishes, kitchen utensils, napkins, tablecloths and so on. The table is made from a combination of solid and manufactured wood and can accommodate six people when extended, with the possibility to use only one of the leaves for smaller groups.