Come turkey day every year without fail, hosts across the United States beg for more space for their diners. Prepare yourself beforehand this holiday season and consider an extendable dining table.
Adaptable to changing dining needs, extendable dining tables expand with a simple pull, allowing for the addition of leaves — which is, more tabletop area. Available in several shapes and sizes, extension tables match virtually any size and style home. Once guests have consumed , cleanup is a breeze, since the table leaves may be removed and stored as fast and easily as they had been installed.
Glenn Robert Lym Architect
Extendable dining tables work amazingly well in open floor plans where activity areas can easily float.
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In a wenge finish the Cross Extension Table pops against this modern lake home’s maple cabinets and bamboo floors.
The table along with the huge dining room are adaptable to changing dining needs. Bring on the turkey!
Schwartz and Architecture
The centerpiece of the San Francisco kitchen is the customized island/drop-leaf table that extends out of a casual family dining room to a huge table with seating for up to 12.
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Ogawa Fisher Architects
A corner seat delivers the coziness of a booth and permits for an extendable dining table to be tucked into the corner.
In walnut, this extendable dining table delightfully blends into its surroundings, while the perfectly tapered legs add motion to the room.
The open floor plan of the Austin, Texas, home provides plenty of room for the dining table to be extended.
Alan Design Studio
A drop-leaf dining table features a hinged leaf at its finish which may be raised, supported by a bracket.