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8 Unique Dining Tables that will Leave you Awestruck

While on shopping spree for products, furniture, furnishing and other items for your modern home, you will get oodles of choices that will make you drool over. However, if you are the one who loves unique stuff that is not easily seen anywhere in common for your modern interiors then you would be checking out online portals that offer unique classy stuff. Even, we have written an article some days ago showcasing some of the unique bathtubs that are beyond beautiful. Today’s topic revolves around one of the most important piece of home furniture that none can ignore and wishes to get the best one.

Dining tables sit elegantly in the modern homes and besides solving the purpose for which these are designed happen to add to the overall sophistication. We have hand-picked some of the really unique dining tables for all those of you who are picky and those on lookout for some of the really amazing dining tables for your modern home. Take a look at all the unique dining tablets and let us know which one you like the most.

1. Not Now dining table by Michael Beitz

Not Now is a 28 foot long sculpture made from wood. Designed by American artist, sculptor and furniture designer Michael Beitz this is an interesting piece of furniture that you would love to take home.

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2. Disappearing Round Dining Table

Whizkid of NYIT Students, this is a round prototype table that is a perfect space saver.

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3. PicNYC Table

From VoosFurniture here comes a PicNYC Table. It is a nice table for a city dwelling. The unique thing about this table is that Nano garden is combined with it to create a functional farm/garden.

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4. Future dining table by Petr Kubík

Here is a dining table that incorporates a refrigerator, white electrical goods,internet all into one. Its a table where food is stored and arranged and made handy for the users. Its a revolutionary compact appliance that emphasizes on convenience, energy saving and is ergonomical.

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5. Sofa Cum Dining Table

Designed by Julia Kononenko, here is a convertible sofa that becomes dining table when needed. It is the ideal pick for people living in small apartments or those who love convertible furniture items solving more than one purpose.

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6. Newton Gold Myrtle Table

Inspired in Newton’s law of gravity, this cool dining table reflects the sphere attraction as they were joined with their mass, force and energy. This table is ideally fit for 8 to 10 people. Believe me your guests would envy you for having owned this elegant table and will be gracing this masterpiece at your home.

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7. Expandable Mobile Dining Unit

Designed by Nobuhiro Teshima, this is an expandable mobile dining unit that is ideal for small spaces. As the name says, the table expands and contracts in super easy way. It can accommodate from around eight guests.

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8. Geostripe Collection Dining Table

Designed by Laura Boddice pictured here is a dining table that is the part of New Geostripe Collection that comprises of computer/office desks, bedside tables, dining tables and chairs is different colours and materials. These are sure to add a more aesthetically pleasing look to a plain room.

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That’s all for the day! Share any such unique and classy dining table with us if you have recently bought one for your home or have come across with in a while. If you by any chance came across unique dining table designs like above, do let us know in the comments section below.

Rajni Setia

Rajni is a Mass Communication post graduate with good know-how of the online media. With seven years of experience in content writing she is currently handling various blogs. Her areas of interest are not limited to one or two things instead lot many like home decor, fashion, tattoos and anything that appears soothing to eye.

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