Folding Tables:1. Tip Over by G. Borgonovo for Porada 2. Falter by Dreipunkt 4 3. Ola Table by Akka 4. F2 by Ligne Roset 5. Folding Leg by Magnus Olesen Expanding Tables:6. 322 D.S.1. by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, produced by Cassina 7. Simsalabim by Borge Lindau, produced by Blå Station 8. Churchill Dining Table by James Churchill and Paul Taylor for Habitat 9. Paul Loebach Dining Table by Paul Loebach for West Elm 10. Ruskin Dining Table by Nick Green for Habitat
How to Build a Fold-Away Changing Table MultiLogoAd("LOGO",4); Wasted Spaces host Karl Champley gives instructions on how to build a changing table that folds into the wall and takes up zero floor space.
Making a folding sewing table, with a large smooth working surface, that can be collapsed and stored easily when you're through sewing, helps you convert your sewing room into a guest room in minutes. This homemade sewing table has a durable surface that is smooth to protect your sewing projects from damage and grunge, and a metal frame that collapses to a slim profile that can be hidden away under a bed with ease. You can make your own folding sewing table for the cost of the table top, legs and a few other inexpensive items.
Assemble 15 short planks of cedar with some screws and hinges for a great 36-inch by 24-inch folding table to use outside on the deck or patio. Build a set of four matching small folding tables to use at barbecues and outside parties or to give as a gift. Simple carpentry skills and tools such as a power drill, a hand or table saw, a sander or plain sand paper and a tape measure are all you need to make this practical table.