Furniture in general and tables in particular are sometimes designed to do double or even triple duty, changing size or shape to fit a desired need. The most common way a table ‘converts’ is in its length. Here are three examples of tables that shift their sizes and store unused leaves between their legs when not in use.
viking – bent laminated legs, birdseye maple top; 29″h x 42″w x 66/96″L
mystic – 29″h x 36″w x 66/102″L; white oak
phenix – 18″h x 24″w x 48/72″L; walnut