It looks similar to a simple dining table but with a structure that makes it more functional. So happens, all that add-on frame was an essential component to equip the convertible Table’s extraordinary switching feature, which lets it move from table to make various standing shelf designs.
A shelf that turns into a dining table doesn’t seem like the type of dining table you can use on a daily basis. That’s because it isn’t. Rather, this appears more aimed for use as a standby dining table – the one that you can set when you’re having a special event in your house, grilling in the yard, or just a horde more dinner friends than you initially anticipated.
The Convertible Table features five individual panels, all of which can function as a shelve while it is in a standing shelf setting. To achieve that, simply release the locking anchoring screws on the side and lift the top, and then secure the screws again as the shelves are at your ideal angle.
While made for dining table tasks, the convertible design does make it seem perfect for other functions. It is possible to, use it to hold alcoholic beverages and bartending items in shelf form, then utilize it as a drinking table when your pals come around to watch a game. You may also use it as a storage area for your board games, then transform it into a gaming table when the whole family is in the house. Odds are, you’ll find your special uses for it, based on the kind of tasks you often do at home.
Developed by Trent Austin Design, the Convertible Table utilizes reclaimed wood for the top and steel for the framework, with a commercial styling that appears better suited for backyards and decks than a plush dining room. The wood doesn’t appear to have been cured for weatherproofing, which explains why the maker suggests using it in a covered back porch, instead of an exposed yard.