A kitchen table and built-in banquette project I completed for an existing client. The table is 46” square with a 2-1/2” thick solid rock maple top and a simple pedestal base.
The all-white banquette base and back provide contrast to the black table base, while the matching bench tops and table top tie the two pieces together.
The area for this breakfast nook was small, and the client had a concern about how close it would be to their existing kitchen island. I gave the table two 7” wings that fold under and lock into place to reduce its overall size when not in use. Furniture pads hidden on the bottom of the pedestal base make it a breeze to slide the table in closer to the banquette to gain more space when necessary.
The bench tops have concealed Soss hinges and open up for additional storage space inside.
The banquette has solid rock maple tops to match the table, and a simple flat panel design on the base and back to match existing paneling in the house. At the far right side there is a recessed shelf that houses two outlets and provides an area to hide away phone chargers, etc.