By Alys BAUMANN. Kitchen Table. Published at Monday, August 07th, 2017 - 12:49:15 PM.
Small and round tables are excellent for tiny corners but if your kitchen is spacious or part of a large open floor plan, then you can dedicate one of the corners to the dining area. A rectangular table can feature an L-shaped sectional on one side and regular chairs on the other.
Corner kitchen tables offer a multitude of benefits in terms of interior design. They can be integrated in the design in all sorts of different ways and they each have their secrets and advantages. A table, small or large, is a great way of taking advantage of unused space and transforming a corner into something practical and enjoyable.
The table is one of the most common and most versatile furniture pieces and it’s only natural to come in a wide variety of shapes, styles and dimensions. There’s no single standard height but there are a few well-defined categories. Most dining tables, for example, are 28” to 30” tall. However, if you need a tall kitchen table, consider one that has the same height as the counter or even a bar table.
And don’t forget about how practical benches can be if you decide to opt for a design that has built-in storage. These are usually used in kitchen nooks and offer hidden storage that can be really useful. This type of benches also feature comfy cushions and tend to look a bit more robust.
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