Kitchen Table. Wednesday , March 07th , 2018 - 22:46:23 PM
Shape. Another important element of choosing the best kitchen table is the shape. Most kitchen tables are either round, square, or rectangular. Thinking about shape is an important part of finding the table that will fit the best. For example, the best shape for a kitchen table in a room with very few walls is a circular shape. This adds to the smoothness of the room and allows for flowing lines. However, a kitchen that has a small eat-in area that is like a square attached to the kitchen would look better with a square or rectangular table. Just think of how the walls around your eat-in kitchen are shaped and consider how different shapes of tables will fit in the space before purchasing one. Quality. As with all types of furniture, quality is extremely important when looking at kitchen tables. A kitchen table will probably get more abuse than a dining room table, so think carefully about the quality of the table top especially. Always avoid tables that are made of MDF, which is medium density fiberboard. The finish on these types of tables is easily chipped and damaged, despite how silky smooth it looks the first time you see it in the store. Remember that purchasing from an online retailer is a great way to save money, but it is not advised that you make the purchase unless you have seen the exact brand and table you are purchasing in a store beforehand. Purchasing furniture without actually touching it with your hands and examining it closely is an easy way to end up with a cheap, shoddy piece that will break very easily.
It is always a good idea to have your ideal table concept in your mind before you go shopping for one. So, before you go running off to buy the first matching set of round kitchen table and chairs you see you should know that there are actually two different types. One type, the traditional version, has a surface with four or more individual chairs to encircle it. The other type is more like a bench situation that lines up against the corner walls of your kitchen. This style is often referred to as a breakfast nook and is more commonly designed with a square or rectangle surface and rarer yet with an oval top. These nooks can be great space savers since the seating hugs the walls. This leaves more open floor space which is ideal for a highly used area. This a very important if you are short on space and need to get the most out of this area on a daily basis. The traditional kitchen table design can come as an expandable leaf or drop leaf table. Both of these styles allow you to change the shape and size of your dining surface as the need arises. This ability to adjust size when needed is a real plus for a small dining area. When you are expecting guests you just enlarge it and everyone can squeeze in and enjoy a nice meal. After your guests leave you simply adjust it so that it's once again a more proportional fit for the room.
Before you measure, think about how you would like your kitchen table and chairs arranged. Do you want it to have seating in the corner or is OK if the two benches meet to create an open space at the corner. A lot of this has to do with how many guests you plan to seat at any particularly time. Some people like to make use of the corner, others prefer to leave it open and rely on additional chairs on the other side, squeezing one in for the rare times guests are over. One of the greatest things about having a corner set in the kitchen is that you can all enjoy one another's company while the meal is being prepared. Kids can do their homework or play a game while somebody's cooking, providing more family time, which is a rare commodity in homes these days, it seems. And when dinner's ready, if you have storage in your benches, the games can be stored right there, allowing you table to do double duty in your home.
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