Klaudiia Gartner. Kitchen Table. November 22nd , 2017.
Finally, if you are not content with kitchen tables for small spaces, you may wish to consider eating in the dining room, as there are dining tables and chairs, and even foldable dining tables and chairs available. Aside from the look and feel of kitchen tables, table lamp lighting can add to the design of a room and give the room that extra light that will brighten up any room.
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!
Shape: Another important element of choosing the best kitchen table is the shape. Most kitchen tables are either round, square, or rectangular. Thinking about shape is an important part of finding the table that will fit the best. For example, the best shape for a kitchen table in a room with very few walls is a circular shape. This adds to the smoothness of the room and allows for flowing lines. However, a kitchen that has a small eat-in area that is like a square attached to the kitchen would look better with a square or rectangular table. Just think of how the walls around your eat-in kitchen are shaped and consider how different shapes of tables will fit in the space before purchasing one.
The kitchen table will also be an ideal space for matters not related to food. It can be a place to sort laundry, or to go through the mail. It will be the ideal "studio" to let kids do their arts and crafts, because it is very near the washing area or sink (and it will also prevent the dining table from unsightly stains, and consequently keep it beautiful for visitors or hosting occasions). Wood tables can be maintained and kept beautiful with a cleaning solution of some oil and citrus (like orange or lemon oil). These will remove stains and smells and maintain the sheen of the surface if used regularly. Cracks or grooved surfaces on the table can be cleaned with an old tooth brush or cotton swab.
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