The best space-saving extendable dining tables
Be the host with the most by fully accomodating your guests with an extendable dining table. Here is our pick of the best space-saving options.
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Hosting guests can be a real pain if you don’t have the right dining set up. An extendable dining table is a great option for those that don’t require lots of seating on a daily basis, but like to host their family and friends from time to time. Plus, there are some super stylish ones on the market.
Take a look at our top buys below.
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This eight seater Shay table is beautifully classic and timeless. It has a rustic solid oak tabletop with a tidy cut detailing design for a traditional look.
It has a simple-to-use hidden extending mechanism and the sections feature the same finish as the top, so it looks almost seamless.
We love the gorgeous blue shade of this Park Up table from Loaf. It has a luxurious light beached timber finish top that has been layed in a parquet formation.
Whether you need to sit 6, 8 or 10 people, this table will no doubt be a great space to entertain your guests.
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If it’s the industrial look you’re after, then look no further than this Stanford dining table. It comes in two sizes, extending out for special occasions. We love how it has been styled here with stylish bench seating.
The table is made out of reclaimed wood and sits perfectly on top of black distressed steel Nixon legs.
Its white lacquered finish is sure to suit most interior styles, whilst also being very easy to clean.
This Deauville oval table from Made is a style winner in our eyes. Whether you opt for the plain wood or navy blue finish, it will no doubt answer all of your space-saving problems.
It can sit between 4-6 people comfortably and we recommend pairing it with simple Scandi-inspired dining chairs.
The Suki table from Habitat has to be one of our favourites. It is designed in-house and is exclusive to Habitat, making it a beautifully unique piece.
Perfect for smaller spaces, the compact design starts off as a cosy table for two but can be extended to seat six.
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