Create a cosy, intimate and welcoming space in your kitchen, living room or dining area with a stylish small dining table. Petite enough to fit into most nooks and crannies, these versatile pieces will enhance the look and functionality of your interior.
Small dining tables allow you to create sociable and stylish eating areas in homes with limited floor space. Place a small dining table in your kitchen to enjoy meals with friends and family, transform your living room into a lounge/diner with a beautifully designed table or create more space in your dining room with a perfectly sized furnishing.
You can make your dining area even more compact by opting for dining benches in place of dining chairs. As benches slip neatly under dining tables, they’re incredibly space efficient, while also being stylish and practical.
Castlery small dining tables come in a great choice of shapes and sizes. Round dining tables can look fantastic in corners and in alcoves. Rectangular tables look perfectly placed close to walls or when installed in the centre of a dining area.
If you want to maximise the feeling of light and space in your living area, choose a table with thin, elegant legs and a bright timber finish. Tables with marble tops also work well in small spaces as the white finish helps to reflect light and make the room feel bigger.
If you don’t have the room for even a small dining table in your home, you could consider a counter instead. A counter can be used as a dining area and provide extra work and preparation space. Having a counter, and counter stools installed in your kitchen will allow you to create a cosy dining area in even the smallest of homes.
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Type - Wooden Dining Tables
Small dining tables range in length from around 120cm to 160cm, and in width from around 90cm to 120cm. Like standard dining tables, small tables are generally around 75cm high.
Dining tables come in a wide range of sizes. Large tables are designed to seat 8 or more people, while small tables can normally accommodate 4 to 6 people comfortably.
This will depend on the size, dimensions and layout of the space you need to furnish. Small dining tables are available in rectangular and circular shapes. If your table is going to sit in a corner, a circular design might work best whereas rectangular tables look great placed close to, or against, straight walls.