For Small Space
Furnishing a small
dining area can be quite a challenging chore, especially if you are
stuck with little or no space to afford. Gone are those days when
dining rooms used to be an elaborate chamber, grandly decked up with
a massive dining table and a long cabinet housing dinnerware and
silverwares. The pressing need for space has left people with little
or no choice when it comes to their dining space. Most apartments or
livings spaces, today, come without dining areas and it is best left
to the ingenuity of the designer and the feasibility of the house
owner to knock out an eating space.
decoration is more about comfort and less about space. However,
constricted space does not mean that you have lost the liberty to
design your dream home as per your wish. It is all about placing the
furniture at strategic locations to make your space look bigger.
However, for this, you need to first select the right furniture for
the purpose. Here are some interesting dining table options to
choose from, especially if you have limited space in your house. To
know more, read on.
Options For Small Spaces
You like to entertain
guests over dinners but your limited living space hardly allows you
indulgence! Well for those who wish to have a dining table that fits
their purpose without taking in a lot of space, wall mounted dining
tables are indeed the best answers. The greatest thing about this folded
mounted dining table is that it never encroaches upon necessary
surrounding space and is most ideal in small places where there is no
actual dining area.
If you have limited
space in your house and cannot afford to fit in a dining table
comfortably into your living space or kitchen, going for folded
dining tables can ease your woes. Folded dining tables can be conveniently
used and then folded and stored away when not in use. Saves a lot of
space without compromising on the delight of having the meal on a
Drop Leaf Tables:
Drop leaf tables are
somewhat like folding tables. They fold, but unlike fold, flat
cannot be stowed away. They’re best suited for homes with small
dining rooms that can’t afford much space. This is common in 1-2
bedroom apartments, lofts and some condos.
Gate leg Tables:
Gate leg tables
typically come with two drop leaves on each side and legs that swing
out like a ‘gate’ to serve as support for the leaves. They drop down
from large to extremely small tables, and if preferred, can be used
as small display tables when not in use.
tables aren’t dining tables in the first place, though they can be
happily used to serve the purpose. They are multipurpose tables that
can be used as sofa tables, game tables and of the like. They are
best suited for dorms, studios and lofts.
Breakfast bars is the
best bet for houses with an extremely minimum space. If you prefer a
breakfast bar, you may prefer a chic way to divide up space and
create your own eating area