Furniture. Monday , April 02nd , 2018 - 06:56:45 AM
Of course, there‘s also the most obvious option: a small dining table. There’s no match for that. Small dining tables come in a lot of different shapes and sizes and, compared to some of the other ideas mentioned so far, they’re more accessible from a financial point of view and easier to find in furniture shops. Consider a round table instead of a rectangular one if your desire is to save some space and to make the room appear larger visually. Round dining tables allow you to sit more people, offering more flexibility in this sense and they can also fit in right corners.
Small dining tables are cozy and comfortable and ideal for people that don’t usually entertain or that don‘t receive guests often. There are plenty of designs and styles to choose from and hopefully the examples we‘ve selected can be of some help. They‘re pretty inspiring so try to picture them in a particular context so you can capture their entire beauty and to reveal their exquisite character.
The Mallow sideboard from Alto is both simple and sophisticated, with a design that blends clean and simple lines with smooth and fluid curves. It has a frame made of painted iron mixed with wood veneer panels and polished stainless steel hardware. It’s the type of elegant accent piece you can put in a dining room, on a hallway but also in a living room or even in a bedroom.
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