A dining table is the focal point of a home, where families spend quality time together. Bonding with family and friends over a meal is always wonderful, whether it’s for a big occasion or a fun game night.
Putting your dining room ideas together isn’t tough if you keep track of all your dining room wants and demands. From our selection, you may choose from a variety of styles, including casual, modern, and exquisite rustic dining tables.
It is critical to not only make the appropriate investment in your dining table, but also to aesthetically fit your table in the dining room and complement the design style of your home.
The shape, size, design, and, of course, the material used are all important considerations when purchasing a good dining table.
As a result, selecting the proper dining table should not be a rushed decision. So, here’s your easy 4-step buying guide for a dining table you’ll love for years.
Asses Your Space
The first rule of finding the appropriate dining table is to measure your dining room! Do you have a large rectangular dining area or a kitchen and family room that is open to one another?
Is your family fond of hosting dinners for close associates, or do you prefer dining with simply your family? To pull the entire dining space concept together, you must first understand your personal style. You may locate a table that is basic, elegant, and minimal maintenance for everyday family use.
The material you select for your solid wood dining table should best represent your personal style.
There are so many options, from Rosewood with its classic grain pattern to the exquisite Mahogany, Teak, and Mango wood. You may combine the natural beauty of wood with a modern industrial flair by selecting Acacia and Suar Wood dining tables with metal legs.
Unless your dining room has an unconventional theme, look at the decor of your dining room to determine if the dining table will blend in seamlessly. Don’t forget to account for the necessary breathing room around the table and chairs on all sides.
There should be enough space around your dining table for you to sit comfortably or move around freely. When shopping for a dining table, the general rule of thumb is that it should have at least three feet of clearance on all sides from walls or other furniture.
The hard rule is that each person needs a length of 24 inches for shoulders and a breadth of roughly 15 inches on the table for plates and glasses.
Furniteak Teak Root Dining Table
It’s a piece of cake to make your dining room lovable once you know your style and examine the space. Now is the time to purchase your bespoke teak root dining table, and the entire space will reflect your personality.
Furniteak can assist you in creating your perfect dining table set. Place your order or call us for more information.
Our teak root furniture is selected from the best wood, dried, and taken and carved by the best teak wood artists in detail and with an emphasis on the beauty aspect, then wrapped by finishing with the best and class materials, to create a unique teak quality, one-of-a-kind, but still at the most affordable price.