Small Corner Kitchen Table Ideas

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Creative use of space becomes a challenge when working in a small area. Kitchens today are used as more than food preparation and eating rooms. Watching television, working on a laptop computer, writing and children doing homework have invaded the kitchen space, and the tables available for small corners accommodate these traditional and extended uses.

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Wall-Mounted

A wall-mounted table that folds away is perfect for those who use a kitchen table occasionally. Put two or four decoratively cushioned stools against the walls in the corner, and when it's time for the table, pull it down and place the stools around it. Wall-mounted tables come in several shapes, with rectangular being the most common.

High-top

The high-top or pub table is an ideal choice for small kitchen corners. Tuck two sides of a square high-top table against the corner walls and store the stools underneath. High-tops are available in a wide variety of fabrications, including laminated woods and granite. Be aware that the heavier the materials used, the more difficult it will be to move the table away from the walls. Select a table that coordinates with your kitchen cabinetry and countertops.

Bistro Table

A small, circular bistro table fits neatly into a kitchen corner. Two chairs are customarily placed around the table, and they can be decoratively cushioned to match your decor. Another plus of a bistro table is that it is usually made of metal and can be easily spray-painted in a colour of your choice.

Drop Leaf Table

Drop leaf tables come in all sizes and shapes to fit any kitchen corner. Consider a narrow, rectangular table with either one or two dropped leaves for your kitchen area. A gateleg table is a type of drop leaf that folds away. When not in use, the table is pushed against one of the corner walls and minimally protrudes into the kitchen. Open up one or both leaves for expanded use. A square drop leaf with shelves underneath provides additional storage in a small kitchen.

Triangular Table

A small, triangular table nestled into a corner allows one chair or a stool hidden underneath. For additional seating, pull the table away from the corner and add two more chairs.

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