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7 Stylish Dining Tables That Are Perfect for a Small Space

May 30, 2019

If you’ve recently moved house and the dining room isn’t exactly as grand as you’d like it to be, then this one’s for you.

Finding the perfect dining table is no easy task, especially when you’re in a space-limited environment. Luckily, we have found the perfect tables that will work for any small dining room and still give you plenty of dancing space around it.

Extend the Invitation

If you have room for a little manoeuvring, then an extending dining table is a great investment. They start off small, but with easy internal mechanisms and extension leaves, they can seat double the persons for when you need it.

The luxe Calligaris Atlante dining table is particularly durable, especially if you choose one of the ceramic finishes. Its compact shape opens out in the centre, to fit even more guests if it comes to it.

Any small apartment would love this flip-top table Malmo Oak Grey Table, simply pull apart to reveal the butterfly leaf inside and flip out to fill in the gap. Voila! You can fit two more people for when that spontaneous family visit arrives.

A Functional Fit

Perhaps you’re in an eat-on-the-sofa kind of home and a dining table would be sparsely used. If that’s the case, these transforming furnishings are ideal, as they provide multiple functions and can morph into a space to dine when needed.

The Skovby SM101 is a dining table of the future. It’s a multi-purpose unit that acts as a storage solution, a side table, a breakfast bar and a dining table, all in just a few easy steps.

A desk by day, a dining table by night. The Skovby SM103 makes the perfect workstation but thanks to the extension leaves, you can seat up to 10 people around it and it certainly makes for a surprise when your guests ask where they’re going to dine.

Cut the Corners

A circular dining table is the best option for saving space. The rounded edges promote a more spacious look whether you place it in a corner or in the centre of a room.

We just love how the rustic feel of this Baumhaus Urban Chic provides a fresh and Earthly atmosphere and the hints of colour instantly open up a space.

What’s better than a circular dining table? A clear glass top circular dining table like this Brienne Light Circular Table. Not only will a glass top allow more light in the room, but it also makes for a spacious illusion.

A wooden dining table is even more complimentary to a small room when it has a light, painted cream finish much like the Cotswold Circular Dining Table. Keep the look uniform by matching your dining table with occasional storage pieces of the same range or with similar colours. Creating a cohesive look helps prevent a dining room from looking too busy.

Our Top Tips

  • If you have a rectangular dining table, go for a dining bench instead of conventional dining chairs. That way, when not in use, you can tuck the bench underneath the table to save space.
  • Allow plenty of light into your dining room, better yet, place your dining set in front of a window.
  • Mirrors really are the key to creating a spacious illusion in any room. Find a large mirror to place on one of the walls, preferably above the dining table.

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