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Now You See It, Now You Don’t: The Amazing Folding Table

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Now You See It, Now You Don’t: The Amazing Folding Table

Michelle Slatalla April 04, 2013

Even the smallest apartment has room for a wall hook, and that’s all the storage space you need for this two-seater folding balcony bistro table:

Above: A heavy duty green Steel Balcony Folding Table is 126€ from Manufactum. Plastic foot caps protect surfaces.

Above: Folded, the table is only 3.5 inches deep.

Looking for more two-seater bistro tables? See some of our favorite choices at 10 Easy Pieces: Outdoor Bistro Table and Chair Sets.

Above: Constructed entirely without hinges, the table is impervious to mechanical failure; two of its three legs build a solid cross; the third runs diagonally to it in a stationary metal ring. To fold it, pull on the ring.

Now, what are you thinking about for chairs? See 10 Easy Pieces: Outdoor Folding Chairs.

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