By Honorine Marcelin. Dining Room Design. Published at Wednesday, March 28th, 2018 - 22:52:00 PM.
While most leaves make your table bigger, drop leaves are primarily designed to make your table smaller when it’s not in use. You can let the leaves down to create more walking space or to push your table flush against the wall.oth traffic flow. A glass top is even better, since it offers an open, airy look.
We've sat and looked at this dining area for a few minutes, as it's so striking! Totally uncluttered and relying solely on a large and bold table design, this gorgeous area really means business. It feels so enclosed and yet open too, thanks to the dark walls!
Look at the phenomenal details on this dining table! Feature moldings and a high-gloss wood top are just the perfect combination for a more heritage look. The great things about antique tables is that you can pretty much guarantee that nobody else has the exact same one!
In a small kitchen, you might not have room for an island, so pop your dining table in there and you can kill two birds with one stone! Offering an extra work surface, as well as a pleasant place to convene for meals, this is a great idea!
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