This Designer Dining Table Transforms To Suit Your Entertaining Needs
The table’s modular design allows you to adapt its classic hardwood style to the changing requirements of your space and celebrations.
Montreal-based furniture company Transformer Table’s signature namesake table, is a statement piece designed to centre your dining space, but its beauty belies its functionality. The table can be transformed into an intimate table for two, extended to accommodate four, and seat twelve at its maximum capacity, serving all your entertaining needs.
Its innovative design is especially convenient for those with compact interiors where space is limited, as the table’s original dimension begins at just 46 cm, and is delivered as an elegant console table.
To transform the table, simply lift the table’s upper panel, extend its internal telescopic mechanism to the desired length, and add the extra panels which are secured by clipping them underneath — the table’s expansion is light and easy enough to be done alone.
Transformer Table’s versatility is in line with the furniture industry’s focus on sustainability, as the re-workable design can accommodate changing interiors and lends the piece longevity that other furniture designs can lack.
It’s a longevity that also extends to the table’s durability, as each Transformer Table is crafted from FSC-certified solid hardwood and is available in four different materials to suit modern interiors; there’s the classic American Mahogany, silver Siberian Birch, charcoal Canadian Dark Oak and blonde Australian Acacia.
Currently, Transformer Table is also offering a complimentary coffee table with each purchase of its dining table, which acts as a unique storage piece for the table’s panels when they’re not in use.
And for a charming companion piece to both the table and coffee table, there’s the co-ordinating expandable bench that works on the same principle as its counterpart, and can be purchased alongside the table as a set.
Transformer Table offers free shipping within Singapore.
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