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Tables are pieces of furniture having a flat top and one or more legs that are used as a work surface, eating surface, or storage surface.  The dining room table is a low table used in living rooms to exhibit objects or serve refreshments; the coffee table is a low table used in living rooms to display items or serve refreshments; and the bedside table is used to set an alarm clock and a light. There are also specialized tables, such as drafting tables and sewing tables, which are used to make architectural designs.
The following are examples of standard design elements:
rectangular, square, rounded, semi-circular, or oval top surfaces
Legs are grouped in two or more comparable pairs. In most situations, it has four legs. Some tables, on the other hand, are supported by three legs, a single heavy pedestal, or are fixed to the wall.
several folding table geometries that can be collapsed into a smaller volume (e.g., a TV tray, which is a portable, folding table on a stand) heights ranging from the most common 18–30 inch (46–76 cm) range, often reflecting the height of chairs or bar stools used as seating for people using a table, such as for eating or manipulating objects resting on a table) heights varying from the most common 18–30 inch (46–76 cm