Living Room Interior Design Ideas With Dining Table

If you live in a small house or apartment you may want to think about multifunctional rooms, for example combined living and dining rooms. Incorporating a dining room table into your living room can be a design challenge. Choose tables that may serve as multipurpose pieces, for example coffee tables or sofa tables that may expand to accommodate dinner guests. When planning your living-and-dining room, choose pieces which are compatible in style to achieve a cohesive look.

Adjustable-height A coffee table

One way to incorporate a dining table to living room is with an adjustable-height table. Adjustable-height coffee tables are often made of wood composite or glass, plus some have storage underneath. You are able to raise the table to function like a dining table, and lower it when you wish to use it as a coffee table. Lift-top a coffee table feature a mechanism for raising the desktop. There are also coffee tables with adjustable legs so that you can raise the table to make it the right height for dining.

Drop-leaf Tables

Drop-leaf tables are old standbys you can use as sofa tables or console tables in addition to dining tables. When folded down, they may be quite narrow and occupy very little space. Not only do they create excellent sofa tables, however they can also be placed unobtrusively within window or against a wall and function a console table. When opened they are able to seat up to six or even more people. Choose chairs that may function as both dining chairs and family room chairs; position them round the room and then pull them as much as the dining table when needed.

Higher-than-standard A coffee table

Many interior designers today use higher-than-standard a coffee table to double as dining tables. The conventional height for a coffee table is 16 to 18 inches. But based on Luciana Samu, a designer in Saratoga, New York, 23 inches is a superb height for a coffee table that may double as a dining table. Family room seating, including sofas and love seats, may become dining room seating around the higher-than-standard table. In his book, “Emotional Rooms,” top interior designer Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz blends living and dining spaces by utilizing higher-than-standard coffee tables.

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