Published at Thursday, February 01st 2018. by coutinho in Dining Table.
Mismatched Dining Tables: Often times, during family dinners, youll have two tables placed side by side, one taller table reserved for the grown-ups, and a shorter kiddie table for the young ones. Why not take this idea a step further and find two mismatching tables of the same height and pull them together to make one table? Its chic and eclectic.
Dining Tables and Chairs Styles Most are rectangular or square and such tables often come with an extendable function such as leaves. Oval or round tables however can be just as versatile. Tables with round pedestals are ideal for contemporary dining areas, and offer a lot of legroom. Dining chairs come in a wide range of styles with a full range of upholstery and fashion options. Along with the traditional wooden dining chairs, chairs made out of metal and plastic can be included in a dining set with the right style knowhow. Upholstered chairs are compatible with most types of dining table styles. These chairs are classy and comfortable.
This is because your dining set must be completely in tandem with the decor of your dining room. If the both are not in sync then the result can be disastrous. If your entire dining room is decorated with modern objects (like crystal show pieces) then you must not get an antique dining table set. This would look out of place and would be a complete mismatch.
Counter Height Dining Tables: With these tables, you feel like youre dining at a bar. Its definitely a contemporary look, that works great with open, loft-like spaces. High dining tables can also be used in the kitchen to seat 2 or 3 people for breakfast. Beware though, this isnt for the shorter among us.
This would suffice your love for natural textures and also be less expensive than wood. Moreover cane furniture does not look as bulky as the wooden furniture.
The other aspect you need to consider is the number of people that the dining table will be hosting. How many family members are there in your house? Do you want extra seating for guests? And can such a large sized table fit in your dining room?