Dining Room / January 30, 2018 / Priscilla Douglass.
For conventional and spacious dining areas, a rectangular table is always a safe choice. It seats many diners together, and help them to interact smoothly without getting in each other’s way. Go for a sleek one with modern chairs and jazz up the setting with trendy or quirky pendant lights as shown here.
The simplicity of this A-frame wooden dining table is lovely, as it can be easily dressed up for more formal dining parties, or left chic and understated for family meals. The pale wood is utterly charming and a great neutral base.
If you’re in the market for a new dining set, resist the urge to grab the matching server and china cabinet. Instead, take a trip around the store and look for pieces that may highlight or even contrast your table and chairs. Two-toned pieces and painted finishes make it easy to create a great-looking combination.
Look at the phenomenal details on this dining table! Feature moldings and a high-gloss wood top are just the perfect combination for a more heritage look. The great things about antique tables is that you can pretty much guarantee that nobody else has the exact same one!