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4 tables, 5 ways to arrange them

05-Oct-2017
Living rooms see a ton of action and it’s important that your furniture is flexible enough to meet your family’s needs. We’ve got 4 tables and 5 creative ways to arrange them for your life.
4 tables are arranged in a zigzag formation to accommodate different activities like chess, homework, and tea time.
Two tables pushed together for family dining and place additional leaves against the wall for much needed desk space.
The everyday hero
For daily versatility, push together two tables for family dining and leave two against the wall to create a workspace.
3 tables are arranged lengthwise for a dinner party, while a fourth table serves as a buffet table.
The perfect dinner party
When entertaining a crowd, place three tables lengthwise and use the fourth as a buffet table. Simple and elegant!
4 tables are placed together to create a ping pong table, complete with a net and seating arranged around it for a tournament feel.
The game night champ
With four tables, a bit of white decorative tape, and a ping pong net, you’ve got yourself a Friday night tournament.
4 tables are arranged in a zigzag formation to accommodate different activities like chess, homework, and teatime.
The multifunctional space
Place the tables in a zigzag arrangement to make distinct spaces for different activities like game-playing, homework, or tea time.
2 rows of 2 tables are arranged to for a laundry assembly line.
The family assembly line
Have the laundry sorted and folded in no time by getting the whole crew to pitch in. Set up two rows of two tables with stations for each chore.
We love to see our customers get creative with our products. Go for it! But please note that altering or modifying IKEA products so they can no longer be re-sold or used for their original purpose, means the IKEA commercial guarantees and your right to return the products will be lost.
Made by
Interior designer: Rita Mestre
Photographer: Martin Inger
Writer: Vanessa Algotsson