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    This Transforming Wood Table Is The *Perfect* Dining Solution For Holiday Hosting

    Get a free bench as a Black Friday bonus!

    Hello, hello! The holidays are creeping up and if you're hosting this year, you might be trying to wrap your head around how you're going to fit all your guests without packing 'em in like sardines.

    Well, look no further, because Canadian brand Transformer Table pretty much has the answer to all of your problems. They make an extendable, solid wood table that can go from a one person desk to a 12-person dining table in less time than it takes to microwave your gravy.

    person putting a panel on the table

    It's great for apartments or multipurpose spaces, since you can just shorten it when you're not using it at max capacity. The Transformer Table comes with a set of panels that lock into the extending base (which has reinforcing centre legs to keep everything sturdy). Here's a video of how it works:

    Like, how cool is this!?

    The four finishes are super easy to pair with any type of dining chair, but as part of their early Black Friday sale, you'll also get the Transformer Bench for free with your table purchase.

    person putting the panel on the bench

    They also have a matching coffee table with slots to store your table's panels if you want a handy place to put them when you're not using them.

    the coffee table on the right with panels being removed as the table gets extended

    So, if you want to cross off "figure out seating situation" from your holiday to-do list, check out the Transformer Table. Happy hosting!

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