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Glass Gold Dining Table – Manilla

Original price was: $1,598.00.Current price is: $1,298.00.

Extendable Dining Table in Grey

Original price was: $1,698.00.Current price is: $1,098.00.

Expandable Dining Table in Black and White

Original price was: $1,798.00.Current price is: $1,198.00.

Calisto Pedestal Dining Table with Extension

Original price was: $1,698.00.Current price is: $1,098.00.

Addison Glass Stainless Steel Dining Table

Original price was: $1,348.00.Current price is: $1,098.00.

Tempered Glass Top Dining Table

Original price was: $898.00.Current price is: $548.00.

Aspen Dining Chair

Original price was: $398.00.Current price is: $298.00.

Tempered Glass Dining Table – Soho

Original price was: $1,998.00.Current price is: $1,198.00.

Atlas Round Dining Table in Gold

Original price was: $1,798.00.Current price is: $1,398.00.

Round Glass Dining Table with Mesh Base

Original price was: $2,498.00.Current price is: $1,698.00.
  • A dining table is a central piece of furniture in a dining room or eating area where people gather to enjoy meals and socialize. Dining tables come in various styles, sizes, materials, and shapes to suit different preferences and interior design themes. Here are key features and considerations related to dining tables: Table Shape: Dining tables come in various shapes, including rectangular, square, round, oval, and more. The shape can affect the flow and aesthetics of the dining area. Size: The size of a dining table is an essential consideration. It should be proportionate to the room's dimensions and accommodate the number of people you plan to seat comfortably. Materials: Dining tables can be made from a variety of materials, such as wood (e.g., oak, maple, cherry), glass, metal, marble, concrete, and more. The choice of material can influence the table's style, durability, and maintenance requirements. Legs and Base: Dining tables have different leg and base designs, including pedestal bases, trestle bases, four-leg designs, and more. The base style can impact seating and legroom. Design Style: Dining tables are available in various design styles, such as traditional, modern, contemporary, farmhouse, rustic, mid-century modern, and industrial. Choose a style from Chatham Home Store that complements your overall decor.
 
  • Extension Leaves: Some dining tables come with extension leaves or butterfly leaf mechanisms that allow you to expand the table for larger gatherings. Finish and Color: The finish of the table can vary from natural wood tones to stained or painted finishes. The color should harmonize with the room's color scheme. Seating Capacity: Dining tables come in different sizes to accommodate varying numbers of diners. Common sizes include tables for 4, 6, 8, or more people. Outdoor Dining Tables: Outdoor dining tables are designed for use in exterior spaces like patios and decks and are typically made from weather-resistant materials. Customization: Some manufacturers offer customizable dining tables, allowing you to choose the table size, shape, material, finish, and other features to match your preferences. Edge Profiles: Dining tables can have different edge profiles, such as beveled, eased, or chamfered edges, which can add subtle design details. Dining Table Height: Standard dining tables have a height of approximately 30 inches (76 cm), which is suitable for most dining chairs. Counter-height and bar-height tables are taller options often used with counter stools or barstools.
 
  • The dining room is an essential area in a home dedicated to meals and gatherings. It typically includes a dining table, chairs, and often additional furniture like a sideboard or buffet. Here are some key elements and considerations related to dining rooms: Dining Table: The dining table is the central piece of furniture in the dining room. It is where meals are served and where people gather to eat and converse. Dining tables come in various shapes, sizes, and materials to accommodate different needs and design preferences. Dining Chairs: Dining chairs are designed for seating around the dining table. They come in a wide range of styles, materials, and upholstery options. The choice of chairs can significantly influence the overall look and comfort of the dining room. Additional Seating: In addition to traditional dining chairs, some dining rooms may have additional seating, such as benches or stools, which can be practical for accommodating extra guests or creating a more flexible seating arrangement. Sideboard or Buffet: A sideboard or buffet is a piece of furniture often found in dining rooms. It provides storage for dishes, linens, and tableware and can also serve as a surface for serving food and displaying decorative items.
 
  • Rugs: Area rugs can be used to define the dining area within the room and provide comfort underfoot. They also add a layer of decoration and style. Wall Decor: Dining rooms often feature wall decor such as artwork, mirrors, or decorative wall panels to enhance the aesthetics of the space. Window Treatments: Consider the use of curtains or blinds to control natural light and add privacy. The window treatments should complement the room's design. Cabinetry and Storage: In addition to sideboards or buffets, some dining rooms may include built-in cabinetry or storage solutions for dishes, glassware, and other dining-related items. Tableware and Accessories: Tableware like dinnerware, glassware, and flatware is an important part of the dining room. Choose items that suit your dining style and special occasions. Table Settings: Consider how you'll set the table for everyday meals and special occasions. Table linens, placemats, and centerpieces can enhance the dining experience. Color Scheme: The color scheme of the dining room, including the walls, furniture, and decor, should harmonize with your overall interior design and personal style. Layout: The layout of the dining room should provide adequate space for seating, movement, and serving. It should be functional and comfortable for dining. Flooring: Flooring options for dining rooms can include hardwood, tile, carpet, or other materials. Consider ease of maintenance and how it complements the room's design.