Dining tables can be huge space hoggers, but they don’t have to be. I have picked 12 excellent options for small space dwellers.
Henry drop leaf table with hairpin legs ($177.49). Save space without sacrificing style with this table. The drop-leaf design features two hinged sections that raise and lower easily to give you more space as needed. Metal hairpin legs add a sturdy base to this two-person table while emphasizing the mid-century modern look. Find it here
Jackie’s house gate leg dining table ($589.99). Bring a touch of farmhouse flair into your home with this gateleg dining table. The design features built-in storage with dovetail joins. Swing-out legs support a leaf on either side for extra seating and can be swung and dropped out of the way for a slimmer silhouette. The shiplap top is finished with a warm wheat tone that perfectly complements the white finish of the base. Find it here
Wall-mounted dining table ($362.99). This table doubles as picture frame or chalkboard and provides a clever solution for small rooms, particularly kitchens, where limited floor space is available for a table. The table folds neatly away when it isn’t in use. Find it here
Immanuel Round 5 Piece Dining Set ($479.99). This dining set is the perfect table set to gather around. The solid bent wood tapered legs provide sturdy support and chic design for your breakfast nook. It showcases a trendy, easy to clean top with a beveled edge. This table set includes 4 chic mid-century modern chairs that match perfectly with the table. Find it here
Holly & Martin drop-leaf console to dining table ($233.99). Acquire two tables in one with this gate-leg, drop-leaf table that converts from a console table to a dining room table in seconds. This multipurpose table seats four to six guests when expanded, perfect for large gatherings when you need an extra table, but folds to half its size, so you can tuck it away against the sofa or wall. Find it here
Kitchen Island with extendable Dinning Table ($1,199.99). The kitchen island does double duty as a small dining space. A table measuring 48″ wide can slide out and be used for additional counter space and dining when needed. Simply slide the table back in when not in use to maximize your floor space. Find it here
Stakmore expanding table in cabinet ($541.15). This cabinet starts as a basic hutch with an area that stores five (5) leaves and another for incidentals. Pull out on from underneath the false drawer and keep adding leaves until you reach the desired size of table up to 89″ long. Use the hidden extra leg for extra center support when fully expanded. Find it here
Alidade mid-century drop leaf dining table ($150.99). Add an element of mid-century flair to your dining room or breakfast nook with the dining table. The drop leafs allows a portion of the table to fold down, minimizing space while not in use. Find it here
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