Franzyiska Koehler. Kitchen Table. November 22nd , 2017.
One of the great things about any round table is the beautiful look it gives your kitchen. While some homeowners like to have their table and chairs anchor a corner of the room, out of the way, you can also put your table front and center. This works particularly well if your kitchen has an open floor plan. You can use it in lieu of a kitchen island. In fact, you may find a nice bistro table to be perfect in the center of the kitchen, since it gives you a higher table that can double as prep space when preparing meals or baking. Round kitchen tables have a few other tricks they can do, too. With the right type of table, you can turn your kitchen into a retro dining space, ranging from something that has a country inspired look using a rustic, rough finished table to a fifties diner, complete with a Formica style top and padded chairs.
Once you have your selection narrowed down to a few different tables, then it is time to consider what style your kitchen is and how the tables you are considering will look inside that decor. Matching the color and wood of the cabinets is a great way to get a clue about what kind of style you will need for your decor. For example, a country kitchen with white cabinets pretty much needs a white table. A more modern kitchen will probably look great with black or dark wood. Glass or marble also make very elegant choices for a contemporary kitchen.
Everyone is familiar with the legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. The table, where Sir Galahad and his peers would meet, served as a place to bond in friendship, share tales and break bread with one another. Today‘s round kitchen tables aren‘t much different. While diners have traded in their suits of armor for something far more informal and comfortable, the round table is still a great gathering place for friends and family.
Breakfast Bars and Kitchen Islands: In the modern era of rush and go, fewer people sit down as a family to a formal breakfast. They often eat individually, and the need for a family-size kitchen table is sadly diminished. Breakfast bars have become more common, where people sit on high seats or bar stools at a ledge set against a wall or at a kitchen island. This design is likely to make them eat up as fast as possible!
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