No doubt that dining tables are the center of attraction in any dining room or a drawing cum dining room. It’s not only the most important furniture in the dining hall, but also the largest in dimension too.
So, a wrong choice of dining tables can make or mar the beauty of the dining hall, corner or nook. Newlyweds on a tight budget do give a lot of consideration to this particular piece of furniture because initially most of the waking hours are spent at such a table because of its multi-functional nature.
At times, if someone is working from home, the same dining tables can do double duty in studio apartments to serve as the office desk.
Let’s not be so morbid as to talk of only tight budgets. For those more fortunate, the dining table is available in every possible size, height, shape, texture and materials that may catch one’s fancy or suit the budget and the room for which the piece is meant. Family time – the most precious commodity is mostly spent at the table.
Hence, to overlook and undermine its importance when purchasing one, will actually turn the tables to your not only dining room, and home, but family life as well, so, no cheese sparing there if possible.
Thankfully the size can be decided without much deliberation, since it hinges on the space available and the number of regular family members and then the budget.
The color and materials of which the dining tables are made of depends on the general scheme and durability is a primary consideration in its material choice. Ease of maintenance is the second most important consideration seeing that it’s used most.
Let me run you through the varieties in dining tables on offer to meet all your requirements and enhance your daily dining experience to a level unimagined. To begin with – universally the preference is for durable wood – which lends a warmth and charm to the room.
Fine craftsmanship then gives shape to form custom made dining tables such as the Santa Monica, Tahoe Oval Custom, custom black lacquer, and contemporary art conference.
The Hampton dining set in both formal and informal designs, Ardmoore nook set, round pedestal table, kitchenette sets, counter height sets, breakfast nook sets, buffets and sideboard sets to the more nouveau styles available as in Philippe Nigro are popular too. Sarah Kay and Andrea Stemmer Wave table, Alberto Meda Biplane table, Hanes Wettstein Trave Table, etc, are in demand with many families.