54,230 Gate leg Home Design Photos

Peter Zimmerman Architects
23 Reviews
New House - Wayne, PA
This looks like a gate legged table. Custom built, to accommodate quilter's or large project table!
Love the huge sink and the gate leg table for cutting!
Table. Legs fold into base to make narrower.
laundry folding island that extends with "swing" legs
Gate leg cutting table, wow....
Gate leg table
“Gisele” — 4alphonse
LASC Studio
Summerhouse Skåne
After the drop-leaf table was introduced, its success led to other collapsible and movable multipurpose table designs: the gate-leg table, the butterfly table and the sofa table.
“planked ceiling” — Christine de Lotbiniere
Kathy Corbet Interiors
5 Reviews
Kathy Corbet Interiors
Gate Leg and drop leaf tables are essential for small spaces.
take seat straight so that there is more room for legs
my gate leg table...Paint the gate leg?
“For sunroom but not slide up” — chloe_berger
19 Reviews
Lorraine Vale
This gorgeous gate leg table is an antique purchase at a local Charleston antique store. There are reproductions you can find at retail.
look for gate let tables on the internet. That looks to be the real thing, not a repro.
Hello Catladymom-This is an oval antique, oak, drop leaf table with twisted barley legs. The table fully extended is 42"W x 58"L. With the oval ends 'dropped', it measures 20"W x 42"L. Lorraine
“Everything.” — janhunteruhl
3 Reviews
Northrup Pendant
lends gravitas to an interior — especially important if you are channeling farmhouse style in an apartment or a new build. Even one piece, like the gate-leg table shown here, can be enough to boost the farmhouse feel.
use of gate leg table
Gate leg Table.
“nice chair and table for an entry” — Lila
Becky Harris
The Little House on Cape Cod
gate leg table, rug
Gate table for laundry folding?
Gate leg at nook
“space saving table” — dipalivs
Heather Freeman Design Co.
6 Reviews
mud room
an old drop leaf table in my garage that I just could not part with because I thought it might be made into a desk. It has a "maple" top and painted legs but looks just like this one in style.
extended. Drop-leaf tables were once popular as card tables, but they were replaced by tables that had folding legs and could be stored in a closet or garage.
Fall for a foldawayA drop-leaf or gate-leg table is perfect for a small kitchen. You can open it to create a dining nook when you need one, then fold
“Sea salt by Benjamin Moore” — agillow
Peter Zimmerman Architects
23 Reviews
New House - Wayne, PA
Yes the two leg are clearly visible, however the bottom side of the table is not visible in the down position. In the photo you can see the floor and cabinets behind
with leaves down. no leg space in this position
and legs down, interesting
table idea with legs
gate leg
“sink” — wailuka
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