Kitchen Table. Wednesday , March 07th , 2018 - 22:41:39 PM
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.
A traditional kitchen table and chairs set requires a lot of space, largely because of the chairs. Most professionals recommend a minimum of 30" between the table edge and a wall; more is desirable because there's not much maneuvering room with just 2 ½ feet, especially in this day and age. Corner units fix this problem. Because the bench seating can butt right up against a wall, there's no need to accommodate the additional space needed so a chair can be pulled out. This is a tremendous space saver. A corner kitchen table and chairs set can be added one of two ways. The first is the most traditional, using benches in lieu of chairs in a corner. Depending on the space, you can put a single bench against a wall or if you have a square table, a bench on two sides in an "L" shape. You can then use another bench or chairs on the other two sides or even another bench of additional seating.
Mix & Match. With both contemporary and rustic themed kitchens, you could consider being a bit bold and selecting kitchen table and chair sets that do not exactly match. This will add a bit of a whimsical fun touch to your kitchen. If you prefer having your chair sets match your table you could, instead, select chair pads in different styles and colors to bring a fresh look to your kitchen; one that you can change frequently with the seasons or as your mood suits you. Whatever your kitchen theme, be sure to select the right table that not only fits in with your current style but also suits your lifestyle. For example, a glass topped table is not necessarily the best choice for your family if your family spends a lot of time at it doing crafts, projects, or any other heavy-use activity.
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