This gorgeous Jonathan Adler dining table makes us swoon. We think it would make a fabulous desk placed in the corner when not being used for eating. (JonathanAdler.com, $2,500-$3,500)
This copper round dining table is an easy way to make a bold design statement in a small space. The patina top gives an aged look to the metallic finish. (BassettFurniture.com, $1,769)
We can't argue with the clean, simple look of the square Parsons dining table. The modern table seats up to four and is perfect for apartments. (WestElm.com, $299)
A small space doesn't have to sacrifice style. This reclaimed wood square table is contemporary with a nod to rustic. And, since it seats six, there's plenty of room for an intimate dinner party. (CrateandBarrel.com, $1,499)
Desk, table and compact storage? This reclaimed pine dining table has it all. Paneled details are revealed when a wooden slat is folded down, giving it a new look when used as a desk. (Anthropologie.com, $1,298)
When kitchen storage is at a premium, we like a dining table with storage. This raised dining table has a spot to store your favorite bottles of dinner wine and extra dinnerware, plus the top folds down for compact storage. (CrateandBarrel.com, $499)
Thin, curved spindles form a stylish base on this modern glass and chrome dining table. Perfect for a small dining table in an apartment, this piece could also work as an entryway table if you move into a larger space. (LampsPlus.com, $899)
For a cool industrial look in an urban loft, we like this cement dining table. It's super sculptural, and the natural stone looks fantastic paired with brightly colored chairs. (CB2.com, $999)
If you need a work space at home, check out this multipurpose high dining table. The pub style table provides seating for two, but it easily functions as a desk, too, since the center cubby has a hidden cord outlet for a laptop. (CB2.com, $399)
No room for a dining table? No problem. This white dining table seats four when fully expanded, but it can fold up and be stored out of the way when not in use. (CrateandBarrel.com, $299)
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