Barbyara Ebersbacher. Kitchen Table. December 14th , 2017.
Is Kitchen Dining Furniture Still in Use? Kitchen dining furniture continues to sell well and are still much in use despite the above modern trends. Simple Mission and hand-crafted Amish designs are popular, and the old rustic style of pioneering log tables and benches also sell. Double pedestal and trestle tables ae popular for large kitchens and some kitchen islands are designed as a tabletop with storage beneath it. Extra end flaps are sometimes provided to be raised when more dining space is required.
Quality: As with all types of furniture, quality is extremely important when looking at kitchen tables. A kitchen table will probably get more abuse than a dining room table, so think carefully about the quality of the table top especially. Always avoid tables that are made of MDF, which is medium density fiberboard. The finish on these types of tables is easily chipped and damaged, despite how silky smooth it looks the first time you see it in the store.
The Many Uses of Kitchen Tables: Preparing food in the countertop or sink just could be ideal for quick preparations or microwave meals. But then there are seasons like Thanksgiving or Christmas, wherein several dishes need to be prepared at once. A countertop would not be able to hold a turkey for carving. Nor would it be comfortable to toss salad in cramped spaces. A kitchen table can provide ample space, as well as a good transition spot to be able to bring food out easier into the dining room.
The Dinette Set: The mainstay of television families was the square kitchen table with four chairs and this is the type of kitchen furniture most of us grew up with. Designed for homes with formal dining rooms this style kitchen table and chairs was definitely created for casual family dining. Sedate in design this style table was functional without overwhelming the room. While significantly smaller and less space occupying than the pub style table, the dinette style kitchen-seating works well in most kitchens and functions as a family community center.
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