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All kinds of small dining tables for under $500

A wood and metal table sits next to a leather chair. West Elm’s Box Frame Drop Leaf Expandable Table ($399). | West Elm

A bunch of them are on sale

Small apartments force people to make do with limited space. One of the trickier parts of that process is finding a dining table to fit into whatever nook or cranny you have to work with. After making room for a sofa and place to sleep, it can be hard to squeeze in a proper place to have a meal or even entertain.

But there is hope! Rest assured there are smart, good-looking, compact dining tables on the market to solve this exact problem. Check out our picks below, covering a range of shapes, sizes, styles, and budgets—from a classic round table to a breakfast bar with hideaway chairs. Want more inspiration? Head right this way for dining room ideas you can steal from some of our favorite home tours.

A square table with a white marble top and tapered dark wood legs.

Vena Walnut Cafe Table

Article | $399

With tapered oak legs and a marble top, this square table brings Instagrammable cafe vibes home.

A wood and metal table where the surface expands over the legs on two sides.

Box Frame Drop Leaf Expandable Table

West Elm | $399 (orig. $499)

Love the sleek rustic-industrial look? This steel and solid mango wood stunner is for you. Usually $499, this table is currently 20 percent off with code FRIENDS.

A round table with a natural wood top and white base with four legs.

Mina White Bistro Table

Pier 1 | $168.66 (orig. $299.95)

Keeping things compact without sacrificing style, this pretty option has elegant curves and a tasteful two-toned look. Better yet: It’s 25 percent off right now with code EXTRA25. For another option, World Market offers a similar product in gray and with drop leaves.

A round table with a glass top and wooden legs that form an “X” brace when viewed from any side.

Cassidy Dining Table in Coffee

AllModern | $271.99 (orig. $597)

This table is modern and sculptural, perfect for apartment dwellers with a midcentury or Scandinavian-inspired sensibility. Another table on sale! Use code TAKENOTE to get the extra 15 percent off.

A square yellow metal table with four legs.

Flash Furniture Mason Dining Table

Hayneedle | $76.99

This table, measuring at about 28 inches wide, is perfect for folks who just need some surface area. The metal table is suitable for both indoors and outdoors and comes in a number of bright fun colors like the yellow shown above, plus orange, blue, red, and green.

A round table with light wood top and four squared mint green legs.
A round table with two leaves folded down.

Carey Round Drop Leaf Table

Target | $160.54 (orig. $168.99)

Drop one leaf to put it against the wall or both to save even more space. Plus, the legs come in cute colors, like the minty hue shown above, gray, and white. The 5 percent discount right now doesn’t hurt.

A dark wood square table with four legs.

Groveland Square Dining Table in Antique Walnut

Walmart | $85.75

Sometimes all you need is a simple square wooden table.

A pale wood and black metal counter height table has two matching stools.
Two stools can be hung underneath the table.

Haskall Breakfast Bar

Urban Outfitters | $349 (orig. $379)

Don’t underestimate the luxury of a breakfast bar. This stylish design can work against the wall or as a compact island. The two comfort-molded stools hang to conserve space.

Looking for other affordable furniture like sofas, coffee tables, and more? Head right this way.

World’s first fully electric RV can now go 249 miles on one charge

A white motorhome with black windows, black swoops on the side, and orange accent colors. Courtesy of WOF

This full-size motorhome has a longer range, but is it enough?

Eight months ago, the world’s first completely electric motorhome debuted at a German trade show. With a range of 124 miles, the camper showed that while the RV industry continues to work towards more eco-friendly designs, the big limitation is range. Love campers and trailers? Come join our community group.

Now, that same zero-emissions RV is on the market with a longer range and interior photos, to boot. At the 2019 Dusseldorf Caravan Salon, the WOF Iridium debuted with a whopping 249 mile-range with the motorhome’s highest battery pack. Dusseldorf also allowed camper lovers a first glimpse inside the Iridium, although the layout is pretty standard.

The Iridium features a dry bathroom and shower, kitchen, and a split double bed. A dining lounge in the front of the camper can seat five thanks to the swivel front cab seats, a dual-seat rear bench, and a side seat. Other amenities include an awning, navigation, and Bluetooth connectivity.

The Iridium EV is the brainchild of two German companies, ElektroFahrzeuge Stuttgart (called EFA-S, an electric vehicle retrofitter) and WOF, a camper van manufacturer. WOF contributed their commercial vehicle chassis while EFA-S provided the drivetrain and battery technology. The E-camper’s bodywork comes from the Swiss camper van manufacturer Maurer Fahrzeugbau.

And while it’s great to see the interior of the motorhome, it’s the expanded range that is making waves. Real life testing will be necessary to see how close drivers can get to the newly advertised range of 249 miles, but that’s a lot more than the recently announced Winnebago Industries commercial RV that only has a range of 85-125 miles per charge.

The camper most similar to the Iridium EV is probably the Nissan e-NV200, a zero-emission, factory-built camper that’s completely electric. But this pop-up camper isn’t a full-size motorhome, and it also comes with a 124-mile range before it needs to charge.

All of this begs the question: is 249 miles enough? Probably not. While that range could possibly work in more densely populated areas of Europe, any electric RV for the North American market would need to have a range closer to 350-400 miles to compete with standard motorhomes.

Price is also a point of contention, as the Iridium costs significantly more than non-electric campers with similar features. The 249-mile Iridium flagship will list at approximately $219,000, while a 186-mile version will cost $188,000. Deliveries of the new vehicles will start in early 2020, and the Iridium will only be for sale in Europe.

Still, there’s no doubt that the industry as a whole is heading to electrification, a good thing as the world lessens its dependence on cars and looks to combat climate change.

The center of the motorhome has brown upper storage cabinets, a galley kitchen, and a bathroom on the left. Messe Düsseldorf
The interior of a motorhome with white beds on either side of a center table. Windows are above the beds. Messe Düsseldorf
The front area of the motorhome has two swivel front cab chairs turned to face a rear table and dinette area. Messe Düsseldorf

These tiny backyard studios can be used for anything you want

A small boxy dwelling sits on a grassy plot. It is clad in black and natural wood, with a small covered porch and sliding glass doors to the inside.The Studio. | EscapeSpace

EscapeSpace comes fully built and ready to use

Tiny home purveyor Escape is known for its handsome range of tiny houses on wheels. After venturing into everything from a tiny house rental program to a getaway tiny house village to a shipping container model, the company is going back to basics and introducing a line of versatile tiny dwellings.

EscapeSpace is meant to be a low-fuss alternative for people looking for a little extra room, whether to use an accessory dwelling unit for additional housing, yoga studio, writing nook, home office, or anything else. The timber-clad sheds come in three one-room models—the “Studio” is boxy and flat-roofed; the Japanese-inspired “Ma” is slant-roofed with lots of glass; the “Classic” looks more like a classic pitch-roofed tiny house.

All of the studios come in two main sizes (8 by 8 feet or 8 by 16 feet), but they can be customized and outfitted with details like plumbing, built-in furniture, and special lighting. The sheds are designed for maximum convenience: A truck drops them off fully built at the location of your choice.

Base prices for the sheds start at $12,000 and go up to around $16,000. If you’re looking to be mobile, it’s also possible to get a model with wheels.

A small dwelling with slanted roof, charred siding, and sliding glass doors.EscapeSpace
The Ma.
A small pitch-roofed house with a small porch, door, and two windows.EscapeSpace
The Classic.

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