Ideas For Expandable Dining Table
If you love to entertain a large group for dinner but don’t have the space to hold a full-length table on the screen all year round. An expandable dining table is a practical choice if your family is small but you entertain a lot of friends and family on special occasions. The table can be kept for regular daily use on its smaller size, with 4 to 6 person seats, and then expanded later to allow 14 or more people to eat together.
Expand Use expandable wood supports
Remove the wooden lid dining table from the legs. This section is a guide for wood tables. Go to section 2 if you want to expand a dining table with the top of glass or ceramics. Cut the wooden dining table in half or along the line you just pulled to make sure it is centered. Do this along the shorter length of the table if it is rectangular in shape. Use a medium sandpaper to remove chips along the cut. Sand until smooth. Then color the edges with a finish that matches.
Measure the length and width of the piece that would go towards the center, which will be on the leaf. The length should match it in existing pieces if you create the sheets for a square or rectangular table. Wood pieces to be used as table tops. You can match wood with the same type of material or use 3/4-inch thick plywood and just dye it with the same finish later. It is not really a must to match the wood fibers and materials, as this piece will be hidden most of the time. You can cover it with cloth during use to hide defects.