But aside from allowing a cook to prepare healthy and delicious meals, kitchen tables also serve the purpose of being a strategic place for the family to hang out. Bonding time among family members is important, but usually it is recognized only during sit-down affairs, such as dinner. It is the time of the day when everyone in the household sits down, enjoys good dishes, and shares stories and updates with each other. Spending time and maintaining communication keeps a family's relationship strong.
In contrast to a square or rectangular table, round kitchen tables are fairly informal affairs. A round or even oval shape by its nature is less formal looking and more approachable. This is particularly true if you go with more modern approaches to the table, such as a bistro or pub table.
While many homes have formal dining areas, in many cases those areas go unused, except for holidays and formal occasions. Otherwise the hassle of dragging out the tablecloth, silverware, all the condiments and extras is too much of a hassle. Not to mention you then have to take every portion of the meal from the kitchen into the dining room and back again, threatening on each trip to see something spill into the carpet and leave a permanent stain. While you expect that kind of stress for holiday meals, who needs that all the time?
Kitchen Table Friday , April 13th , 2018 - 10:00:56 AM
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