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Do you remember the kitchen with a table that rolled?

Posted by eleena (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 25, 14 at 12:20

Somebody here did a kitchen that had a breakfast (or whatever you want to call it) table that was in one position when not in use but was rolled "away" for eating. It had a decent size and was not pulled out or unfolded from a wall or a cabinet but had wheels.

I was sure I bookmarked it but cannot find it.

Also, I once saw another kitchen that had a breakfast table going "across" a window that was attached to the kitchen counter using some kind of pivot and could also be rolled for seating in the middle of the room. I cannot find it on Houzz and it was before discovering Houzz, I think.

If you know what they are could you please post the link(s)?

Thank you very much!


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RE: Do you remember the kitchen with a table that rolled?

OK, I have found the second one (see link) but I was more interested in the fist one (from this forum).

Please?

Here is a link that might be useful: Pivoting bar top


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RE: Do you remember the kitchen with a table that rolled?

Bumping for the evening crowd :-)


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RE: Do you remember the kitchen with a table that rolled?

I found this, it's a roll-out baking station:

Here is a link that might be useful: Roll-out for baking


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RE: Do you remember the kitchen with a table that rolled?

I remember both of them, but I can't find them. I remembered answering someone's post about movable tables. If I find them, I will post again.


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RE: Do you remember the kitchen with a table that rolled?

Sorry, I dropped the ball - too much going on. :-(

Thank you, Iroll and Peke!

I have seen quite a few on Houzz too but none of them is what I remember. And the kitchen owner was somebody whose screen name I used to know but it escapes me know.


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RE: Do you remember the kitchen with a table that rolled?

Hmmmm... even after 2 cups of coffee I can't recall the table you're referencing.

Maybe a Sat AM bump will help.

Good luck! :)

tmy


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