Dining Room / February 25, 2018 / Kaya Vincent.
Integrated kitchen and dining areas are quite the trend nowadays, particularly in homes where floor space is a premium. In such cases, introducing a sleek table that is fixed to the wall at one end can be a smart move. Team it up with modern and discreet stools which can be stashed away under the table when not in use, and hence leave more space for movement. Add a couple of vibrant artworks on the wall or a potted green in the corner to jazz things up.
You have GOT to think about who will be sitting on these chairs! Everybody has a different shape, so you can't simply choose a set of slim stools that will work for you and ignore potentially larger members of the family! Ergonomic seating is a great idea, so you might be interested to take a look at molded plastic, as seen here!
Vintage metalwork supports and an imperfect, rustic wooden tabletop have combined to create a striking, unusual and eye-catching dining table here! We love the mix of different seating options too.A very basic design doesn't have to make for a boring dining table, as this lovely pared back example proves! A wooden classic, we really think there are some serious Scandinavian vibes going on here.
Don't forget to think about the height of your table, as well as the shape! If you have a surface which is more like a breakfast bar than a standard table, you'll need to look at taller seats and stools, for the sake of comfort, if nothing else! A cohesive aesthetic will depend on the right height as well!