Cream Space-Saving Dining Tables

Cream is a popular neutral to use in the home – often as a backdrop on the walls, as the colour of upholstery for sofas and other furnishings, or as a complement to bare wooden furniture. It makes a cream space-saving dining table an easy fit, no matter where in the house you are using it.

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    Dine in sociable style with the Angeles round extending dining table.

    The beautifully-crafted circular dining table has a solid oak and oak veneer top with a contemporary bevelled edge.

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    Ideal for the smaller dining space, the Angeles flip top extending dining table starts life as a perfectly proportioned square dining table and then quickly converts to a six-seater rectangular dining table with a smooth hinge and slide extension system. 

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There is no stopping the popularity of cream – like beige, it seems to have been around in our homes for decades. A soft neutral like white, but a touch warmer, we see it used as a backdrop and across a range of furniture. With cream space-saving dining tables, it is often featured alongside bare wood.

Find a cream space-saving dining table that uses this two-tone design, with natural wood as the table top, and a painted frame and legs for the base. You might find a version that extends, or one that is compact simply in terms of its size – either round or slimline, like a bar table.

A cream space-saving dining table will work well in a kitchen or lounge that also uses this colour in some way. You will find matching dining chairs that also feature cream, or complement with items like a cream sofa. Choose off-white accessories of varying textures, to stop the scheme feeling too flat.