The kitchen is one of the main rooms in each house. This is the place where the whole family gathers for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This is the room where the housewife spends most of her time. That is why the kitchen should be very comfortable.
By decorating the kitchen you need to approach responsibly to get comfortable, functional and comfortable space. One of the key steps is to choose kitchen and dining room tables. But what exactly should be the dining table, to make your cook-room both functional and practical?
What form to choose
So, to start, you should consider what kinds of kitchen and dining room tables exist and deal with their advantages and disadvantages. Dining tables can be:
• and rectangular.
But as for the construction of legs, it can be very diverse, as well as the height of the table.
There are many models with sliding mechanisms that allow turning a miniature table into a large dining table. Such design of kitchen tables will be a real boon for those who seek the most rational distribution of space in a small kitchen.
Wood, glass or wood chipboard
One more important thing is the material used in the table manufacturing. Humidity resistance is a must for a long service life of any piece of kitchen furniture, especially dining tables.
• Among many materials from which the dining tables are produce nowadays, natural wood still enjoys great popularity. This table can easily fit into any interior ranging from country and ending with classic.
• Today equally popular are dining tables made of glass, which will look creatively different in minimalism, hi-tech and modern. It is worth to mention that the table with a transparent table top can be a real salvation for a small kitchen. However, such models are not cheap, and not every family can afford such a luxury.
• More budget choice is the table made of wood chipboard. As a rule, only legs of these models are made from natural wood and the table top – of pressed board. In order this table serve for a long time, it should be protected from excess humidity, otherwise the surface can go bubbles or delaminate.