Drop leaf tables for small spaces are a wonderful solution for kitchens or dining rooms where space is a problem. Open one or two sheets as necessary and then fall leaves when not in use. A table of drop-leaf also creates additional space for crafts or becomes a table for children. Consider a table of drop-leaf that is not only functional but also an attractive piece of furniture with extra serving space.
Drop leaf tables for small spaces are divided into three sections. Two outer, or sheets, sections are joined to central section with hidden hinges under table. When a sheet is raised to table height, one leg on a swivel is rotated to support blade. Picture becomes larger when either one or both leaves are raised to increase area of table. Small tables may have a pivot arm rather than an extra leg to support blade rose.
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With drop leaf tables for small spaces, table is pushed against a wall and a table space savings. top of middle section can be decorated with an accessory to complement decor or covered with linen when used in dining room. Keep tight table against wall and lift a sheet for extra space. Or, clear table and lift both sides and used as an extra table or a buffet table service.