We spotted this ingenious, submerged dining table in the current issue of Natural Home Magazine. Aaron and Meghan Powers, the designers, builders, and owners of this 836 square foot, passive solar, straw bale home in Idaho needed to be resourceful about how they utilized their space. Click below the jump to see what their living room looks like when the dining table is out of sight...Aaron and Meghan used cherry wood from Aaron's grandfather's farm in Vermont to create their secret Japanese-inspired dining table which, when not in use, is covered up by floor planks.
This isn't the only fantastic feature of their home. Click here to read this inspiring article and see more photos!