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?
You can still keep the area looking open, however, by investing in round kitchen tables that have a pedestal design, have a glass top or smaller, more delicate legs. Heavy woods and legs can really suck up the visual space, and you want to take this into account when selecting furniture for the kitchen, or any room for that matter.
If the kitchen is the heart of a home, the kitchen table is the heart of the kitchen. Placed in the middle of the space, with equal distance from the stove, the sink, the pantry, or the refrigerator, a spacious table allows a person to prepare delicious food without hassle.
Kitchen Table Friday , April 13th , 2018 - 10:19:27 AM
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