As apartments shrink, rooms dedicated solely for dining are becoming less crucial. Instead, we see more homeowners finding ingenious ways to create comfortable dining areas around other parts of the home.
If you find yourself constantly eating your meals in front of the television, why not invest in an adjustable height coffee table? With the right height, it can then also serve as a study table.
(Interior design by Substance Living)
Take advantage of a large porch by setting up an al fresco dining area.
(Interior design by JQ Ong/ The Association)
Bring a little bit of the café experience back home with a customised bar height table that’s not only trendy but takes up a lot less floor space than a conventional dining table.
(Interior design by Design Rebirth)
If you entertain often, it’ll be a good idea to extend the kitchen island’s counter top to create a casual dining table for guests to hang around at while the food is being prepared. It’ll make cooking much more sociable and enjoyable for you!
(Interior design by Spacedge Designs)
To double the living room as a comfortable dining area, opt for lower lounge seats and a higher-than-usual coffee table.
(Interior design by Dwell Interior Design)
Customise a hybrid kitchen island cum dining table to get extra table top space when you’re cooking bigger meals!
(Interior design by Space Sense)
Love the cosy Japanese-style seating where the table is sunken? This can be easily recreated in your home by building a platform within the room and leaving a gap for the table.
(Interior design by Whiz Concepts)
This dining table is able to swivel in and be tucked completely out of sight – simply genius!
(Interior design by Homme Space)
A small table for two is all you need if you live alone and eat out often. This narrow built-in table also zones the open kitchen from the rest of the living area neatly.
(Interior design by The Interarch Design)
Got an awkward nook in the kitchen? Align the space with a wall-mounted counter that serves as a table for two people to dine side by side.
(Interior design by White Space Living)