Find your table style

Create a spectacular restaurant starting with the perfect dining table. There are many designs there, and it is difficult to know where to start. Let's break it down to help you find the right shape, size, material and style.
1. You: a minimalism
Your table: there is no excess decoration

Simple metal tables like this provide a sense of industry, in sharp contrast to the wood around them. It is also easy to clean up. Basic wooden tables can also be used.
Most dining areas are designed to accommodate six to eight rectangular tables. This is a good starting point, and then you can decide the seats you want, how interesting the lights and materials are.

2. You: Never know how many people are going to dinner
Your table: extension

If it's a rectangle, my personal preference is for a table that can be extended four to six times and extended to eight to ten seats.
Whether you prefer a deciduous farm table like the one shown here or a more complex built-in panel for adding linear feet, the flexibility of entertainment is invaluable.

3. You: Love Country Style
Your table: the farm

You have to notice the spread of farm style dining tables over the past few years. These forms have become very popular because they can be traced back to simple times. Food from farm to table is the norm, and families gather every night.
Modern or traditional chairs, their weathered copper and green look good. Their popularity means you can choose between original antiques or more affordable copies.

4. You: environmentalists and natural enthusiasts
Your Table: Saving Wood

The rescue board table has recently gained admirers and worked best in rectangular shapes. The natural beauty of the trees is magnified to epic proportions and appreciated in daily use.
Due to the scarcity of wood and the customization of each piece of work, these tables are both works of art, and their prices reflect their beauty.


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