Folding Table for Small Spaces.

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If space is an issue, but you still like garden parties and barbecues, these are the tables for you!

Practical, compact and stylish, this folding table is an ideal solution for smaller spaces; terraces, balconies, patios, etc.
Even in a big garden, this table can provide plenty of extra space for garden parties and be neatly put away afterwards.

Grosfillex was established in 1927, and has taken innovative design from small, wooden items to this spectacular furniture! Not only that, they are environmentally conscious too, and in 2000 joined a sustainable development project with ‘Vinyl 2010′.

What’s not to love?

The space-saving folding table is easy to assemble and take down – just pop the legs into place!

Just because they are designed to be useful outside, it doesn’t mean they’re not a great addition to a playroom or a pop of colour in the dining room! Being constructed with sturdy plastic, they’re easy to clean so great for children to use for art and craft or for mucky eaters!

Sometimes small flats and homes simply don’t have the room for a full dining table. If you have already been looking for something like this, you’ll know that a foldaway table can cost a lot, but these are cheaper than most.

The fact that the table holds itself against the weather is great for us Brits! We never know from one minute to the next whether the rain will hit. Rather than take a chance by bringing your dining table out and trying to quickly drag it back inside, just run back in with your sandwiches when the inevitable shower starts!
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