My piece of furniture is a kitchen cabinet that also functions as a small table. The top half is a cabinet with two shelves to store bowls, plates, mugs, and other things you would want readily available to you in a kitchen. Just below that is what looks like a drawer, but when you pull the handle a small 3'x3' dining table comes out. This table isn't meant for large family dinners, but small snacking or even if you need to do a little bit of office/school-work. The space below the table when it's tucked away could also be used for storage of some items such as stools that you can use to sit at the table.
This "Cable" is fairly compact with a height of 5' and a width and length of 3'. Since it is not too large it can be moved by two people. If the two pieces of furniture were separate the table would be sitting in the middle of an empty space and wouldn't be able to be easily put away when not in use. With the table combined into the cabinet as a pull-out component it can easily be concealed when it's not being used.
There are no significant safety hazards with my piece of furniture. There are no components that will move on its own. The cabinet doors will stay closed when not being used and the table will not pull out on its own. If you want to get something from the cabinets you simply open them up and grab what you need. The table does not come with wheels on the bottom of the legs because I felt those might cause the table to slide in when being used, so I recommend purchasing small cloth pads to put on the bottom of the legs for easier sliding capabilities. This should make the table easy to pull out and slide back in.