Possibly, if it were a nicer table. But I just dislike the table. And the weird, fuzzy yellow net. They don't go together. At all.
Yeah. I like the function, but not the look.
Eww! That yellow thing creeps me out. :(
This is supposed to be a new idea? In the 70s we had a clip-on net that stretched across our dining table and converted it just like that. Mom kicked us off at dinner time.
An actualy ping pong table would look better than this. It's clunky and bulky, and takes the "quantity over quality" approach. This is weird and over-decadent and clumsy for what I'm used to from Apartment Therapy.
It's fabulous, sweetie darling. Mummy can lose weight whilst playing ping pong, and Saffy can still study there, if she doesn't mind the random ball flying at her face, but that never bothered Pats, now, has it, hmmm?
What farmhousemoderne said.Oh memories...
I love dual-use furniture but this ping pong dining table's quite a stretch...I once inherited a sofa that converted to a mini pool table, apparently it was for small family rooms in the 50's, truly uncomfortable sofa and even worse pool table... never could figure out what to do with that thing. Landlord offered to buy it, as I was leaving, and I was overjoyed to get rid of the freaky thing.
The table looks too slippery to get any decent top spin on the ball.
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