An extendable coffee table is a long, low table which is designed to be placed in front of a sofa or chairs to support beverages, magazines, books, decorative objects, and other small items. In Europe, the first tables specifically designed as and called coffee tables, appear to have been made in Britain during the late Victorian era. Later coffee tables were designed as low tables and this idea may have come from the Ottoman Empire, based on the tables used in tea gardens.
And today we are going to present you extendable coffee table created by Reiner De Jong which can inspire you for more room desing ideas. Designer Reinier de Jong, known for expandable furniture, has put into production the extendable coffee table, the complement to his estanding bookshelf.
The two middle parts slide out in two different directions. The possibilities are endless since they can be moved independently from each other. Built-in stops make sure you will not extend the sliding parts too far.
The top and two sides of this extendable coffee table are beige color. The edges are finished with your choice of solid wood: oak, ash or walnut.
The coffee table is available in two new versions, oak veneered and all-white, as well as the original white version with oak wood edges.
In the original look this extendable coffee table has a minimalist idea.
This wooden coffee table will be a perfect solution even with black sofa and grey curtains.
We hope that you enjoyed the aricle about the Extendable Coffee Table and Reinier De Jong provoked some new inpirations in your soul.