Ah….the ubiquitous dining table. More often function over form, but not this one. The trestle-style was modified to resemble, somewhat, Roman columns, and the feet are gracefully arched as if alighting gently upon the dining room floor. Leg room, elbow room and–expandable.
Each half of the curly Cherry top slides out, with one half being hinged to tilt upwards, exposing the leaf. Stored away–not in a hall closet somewhere–but tucked in its own storage compartment within the table itself. Beautiful contrast of Cherry and Maple with Walnut foot pads and an inlay around the perimeter of the top of tiger-striped Maple and Walnut. Imagine the legacy of generations gathered around this table.