This Dinner Table Converts Into a Coffee Table at the Flip of a Switch

Wanna move to the living room? Great. Stay put.

October 18, 2016 9:00 am

Lot of tiny homes out there.

Know what there’s not enough of? Tiny home-friendly furniture that’ll keep you from feeling like a bull in a china shop at all times once you move into one.

One designer who is aware of said space problem: Italy’s Studio Ozeta, which has created the Newood table for Ozzio. The hybrid coffee/dining room table is a phenomenal new option for tiny home and apartment dwellers or anyone with a penchant for killer design.

Sitting as low as nine inches and high as two-and-a-half feet, it can comfortably seat up to 10 friends when adjusted to its maximum height and length.

Unlike other modular tables, which have incremental heights that limit their use cases, the Newood’s gas-powered mechanism allows users to stop at any height within its range. It’s a small detail, but offers an ease of use you won’t find elsewhere.

It comes in walnut or oak, with eight finishes to choose from, along with four colorways or a chrome option available for the frame.

Watch it in action below:

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