The gentleman loved his stylish A-frame house in Park City, Utah (Who wouldn't?). He also enjoyed cooking dinners for his friends. His dinning room, however, was too small to support a full time, full size dinning table. The solution: two long, slender tables standing against opposing walls functioning as desk, breakfast nook, or what have you that then marry and lock together for a dinner party of eight. The two parallelogram shaped cases with drawers work nicely to store flatware of desk needs and simply slide out when it is time for dinner. The tables' legs are offset to be out of the way of human and chair legs and the tenons of the outside corner legs are hidden by the inlaid bloodwood triangles.
Dimensions: Tables married together: 80" L x 48" W x 30" H