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Dining Tables

Embark on a journey to discover a range of dining tables meticulously crafted to enhance your living space. Delve into our wealth of expertise as we guide you through various options, offering invaluable tips to aid in your decision-making process.

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Your dining table may be in your kitchen, in an area of your living room or in a separate room altogether, but no matter where it is, or the space you have, the dining table is an important piece of furniture in a home. Whether you use it to start the day with breakfast or its the place where the whole family sits down to eat on an evening whilst sharing the days events, its a setting that brings people together - to celebrate, entertain, tell stories and enjoy time, together.

It may be an investment but we have put together some guidance and tips to help you select a table that is right for you and that you will enjoy for a very long time.

How to choose a dining table? From style preferences to practicality, size and proportions there are a few things to consider.

Think about the size of the space that you have, don’t go for the biggest table possible and overcrowd a room. An area can look more spacious with more visible floor space.

Do you need to fit any other pieces of furniture in the room, a side board for storage? Floor lamps or side tables for lighting? Don’t forget about leaving plenty of room to move chairs out and comfortably walk around the table. In small areas look for a narrow table and slim legs that don’t add on extra inches. Benches rather than chairs can also be a good option in narrow areas. Pedestal bases don’t block as much of the visible floor area giving the illusion of more space.

Extendable tables are a really good option for accommodating extra guests or for a special occasion when you may have extra dishes and crockery spread out on the table top.

We advise 60-80cms of table top space for each place setting to be comfortable and a minimum of 80-100cms of room from the table edge to the nearest wall or other object to allow for chairs to be moved in and out and to easily move around the table. The more space the better.

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Saarinen Tulip Table

The Tulip Table, an iconic design by Eero Saarinen, epitomizes modern elegance with its sleek, minimalist silhouette and pedestal base. Crafted with precision and attention to detail, this timeless piece seamlessly blends form and function, making it a centerpiece in any contemporary space.

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Don’t forget access - If the table top is in one solid piece are there going to be any tight corridors or corners to bend around that could prove to be an issue for delivery?

Carl Hansen

CH337 Extendable

In 1962, Hans J. Wegner introduced the CH337 dining table, initially designed to comfortably accommodate four individuals. With its adaptable design, the table serves as an ideal centerpiece for smaller families, yet offers the flexibility to be extended for larger gatherings when needed. Crafted with Wegner's signature attention to detail, the CH337 seamlessly combines practicality with timeless elegance.

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Make sure that you also consider the positions of the table legs in relation to the number, style and width of the chairs, will everyone be able to comfortably sit around the table?

Fritz Hansen

Superellipse Extendable

The table series includes the Super-Elliptical the Super-Circular Circular Square and Rectangular tables designed by Piet Hein Bruno Mathsson and Arne Jacobsen. The most prominent member of the series the Super-Elliptical table was inspired by the designer Piet Hein's solution to a traffic problem at Sergels Torg in Stockholm; A super elliptical roundabout. The ingenious shape was conceived in his mathematical mind. Save 20% until the 15th March.

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Material - With the fast pace of everyday life the dining table can also be a place for work, chores and activities and so this is something to consider when choosing materials and finishes.


CPH 25 Round

Crafted by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for the University of Copenhagen's new buildings, the Copenhague series epitomizes a timeless fusion of functionality and cohesive design that meets ergonomic standards, the designers ingeniously crafted a collection that marries aesthetic appeal with practicality. Built around a sleek A-frame, the furniture is not only visually striking but also stackable, durable, and easy to maintain.

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