The setting for family gatherings, parties and special occasions, the dinner table is one of the most important pieces of furniture in the home. Selecting the perfect dining room set for your interior will help you to create a fantastic aesthetic and ensure you have the perfect place to entertain all of your nearest and dearest.
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Whether you have a separate room, an open plan kitchen/diner or have found a corner of your lounge to dedicate to dining, finding the right table and chairs for the space will help you make the most of your interior.
Castlery dining room sets are designed to offer a stylish and comfortable place to host friends and family. Ideal for four to six diners, these contemporary pieces will help you to create the ideal dining space.
Although it’s not essential your dining table and chairs match, investing in a Castlery dining table set is the easiest way to ensure your eating area looks as good as possible. Before you choose your dining table, make sure you measure the space available. This will give you a good idea of how big you can go with your new centrepiece.
If you have an open plan kitchen/diner, make sure your new table complements your kitchen cabinet and doesn’t clash with your work tops. Wooden tables and chairs offer classic style and a timeless aesthetic, making them ideal for most interiors.
Just because your dining area is small, doesn’t mean you need to sacrifice on style. A great way to fit an eating area into a limited space is to opt for a dining bench over a dining chair. This will allow you to save space while still creating a comfortable dining area for friends and family to enjoy.
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The minimum requirements for a dining room are a set of chairs and a table. While these furnishings don’t have to match, choosing complementary designs will help your interior to feel unified and emphasize your interior design theme.
If you want to add more furniture to the space, you could also think about installing a sideboard, a chest of drawers or a set of shelves where you can store crockery and cutlery.
Over the past few years, increasing numbers of people have opted for open plan living over traditional separate spaces. This has led to a lot of dining rooms and kitchens being knocked together to make one large area.