A different approach to tables
If you’re thinking of getting in a new table for your home, think beyond the ordinary. Tables are such individual pieces of furniture that they can bring in a fun element or a formal aura to the room. Take a look at some completely different tables that can add that little extra something to the room they’re placed in:
Instead of going in for a regular dining table set, try a farmhouse table. When you want a traditional atmosphere, there’s something cozy about a weathered table placed in the kitchen where families get together at the end of the day. The Liberty Furniture Farmhouse weathered oak center island table looks like it’s been passed down from one generation to the other. The compact country type table has storage shelves and the textured surface adds an old-world charm to it.
Folding coffee/dining table
Imagine if one table could be whatever you wanted it to be – a coffee table, a dining table or any other kind. The multipurpose, chrome-based, wooden top Calligaris Magic-J Folding table can be used as a dining or coffee table. A small press of a button and the table rises up from being a coffee table to a dining table. You can adjust the height in between according to convenience. The sides extend out to an extension that can act as extra seating. You can choose either a glossy white or black lacquered finish table to suit your décor.
These tables are ideal when you have space constraints. They’re compact and functional as each of the tables can be pulled out when needed or pushed back when not in use. The Butler plantation cherry nesting table set adds an element of style when you’re entertaining with their distressed finish. The set of 3 nesting tables have brass caster wheels. The outer square-shaped table acts as the end table with two round drop leaf folding tables slipping out of sight when not in use.