This is a quite clever side, sofa, occasional table. At first it seems quite narrow--but upon closer inspection, you can see that it has a seam that runs the length of the surface & hinges on the front: a table that has two leaves folded over on top of itself.
These leaves can be let down to double the table's width. Pretty durn smart. A table like this could be perfect for a small space home--performing double duty to widen as necessary. A sofa table for some, a small desk for others, it could move easily from one space to another. I'm all about furniture that can perform several duties, depending on room space and function.
It has a weathered looking surface--a sort of wind and sun beaten cream-colored exterior, with aged hardware. Looks like beach furniture, and I was amused to discover that the collection's name has 'Coastal' in it.
The legs have a fun shape--a sort of bowed base, very architectural, in a lighter aged-looking metal. I love the combination of the solid surface, with delicate/antiqued features, offset against the sturdy, yet whimsical feet.
The side table is part of the Stanley Furniture Coastal Living Resort collection. And to add more of a mouthful, the table itself is the "Curl Tide Flip Top Table" is available in one color/finish only: "sandy linen."
So here's the advertising pics for the Curl Tide Flip Top table--some better detail shots.
This shot shows a nice detail of the support bars that pull out for the wings to rest on.
Also gives a good idea of what this table looks like when both wings are expanded. The "flip top" wings double the surface size. I like this clever design.
This table's easy to find with a name search. Prices can vary. It pays to selectively shop.