Table for Two: Clever Ways to Carve Out a Cozy Dining Space for Two People

Table for Two: Clever Ways to Carve Out a Cozy Dining Space for Two People

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Dabney Frake
Dec 7, 2015
(Image credit: Royal Roulette)

If there are only two of you in an apartment, you don't need a huge dining room table for day-to-day meals. You just need a small spot where you can comfortably enjoy your food. Banish the TV tray with these tips!

Delineate With Tile

Above, This beautiful apartment was renovated by Royal Roulette to include a small tiled dining/work space for its owner.

(Image credit: Tiny House Talk)

Wall Mount

This Tiny Heirloom home mounted a small square table against the wall and under a window.

(Image credit: Huh Magazine)

Make it Foldable

This kitchen from Huh Magazine took a wall mount table even further, by adding hinges so it takes up almost no space when not in use.

(Image credit: Homepolish)

Place in a Corner

Homepolish designed this NYC apartment and placed a cafe table in the corner to keep it out of the way (and to take advantage of those amazing windows).

(Image credit: Lisanne van de Klift)

Share the Kitchen Island

This tall table, in a kitchen from Lisanne van de Klift, provides a sort of demarcation between the living room and the kitchen, and also a breakfast bar/island.

(Image credit: Lonny)

Construct a Custom Table

This NYC cafe photographed by Lonny utilized the unused wall underneath their window to tuck in a counter that serves as eating space.

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