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Pub Sets Unlike Other Dining Sets

There are several ways in which pub sets are different from other dining sets. The biggest difference is in the height. Most pub tables are from 35″ to 41″ in height, and most dining tables are from 28″ to 30″ in height. Pub sets are usually found in pubs, bars, night clubs and game rooms. They are perfect for serving drinks and snacks. Dining tables, on the other hand are found more often in resturants and homes. In homes they are the hub of the house, a place to eat, play games and do paperwork. Another major distinction is that pub tables are usually paired with counter height stools or bar stools and dining tables usually have chairs. Finally, pub tables are most commonly either round or oval. There are square and rectangular pub sets, but not found as easily. The most common shapes for the dining table are round, square, rectangular and oval, see for yourself next time you go to a furniture store.

Champagne Pub Set


August 23, 2011 Posted by | Pub Sets | , , | Leave a comment

What Is The Definition Of An End Table?

According to The Free Dictionary by Farlex, their definition of an end table ,” a small table, usually placed at either end of a couch or beside a chair.                                                                                                               The Boomerang Table

According to Merriam Webster, their definition of an end table is,”  a table is a type of furniture comprising of an open, flat surface supported by a base or legs. It may be used to hold articles such as food or papers at a convenient height when sitting. Often used in conjuction with chairs.

Merriam Webster has also defined and end table for those learning the English language as,” a small table placed beside a sofa or chair.” No matter how you define it, the end table was a great addition to our homes.

August 17, 2011 Posted by | Accent Tables | Leave a comment

A Truly Unusual Round Kitchen Table Base

    Have you ever looked for a truly unusual round kitchen table base? The Chinese did. They made what are called Root Tables. The tables were made from the  roots of trees. Each tree root was chosen because of their twisted and knotty  aspect. The tree roots were clipped and worked minimally to preserve their  organic growth pattern. These root tables were never ornamented or carved  because the Chinese believed in seeing the natural forms and details of the  roots. Although these root tables have been depicted in many paintings of the  Song Dynasty, they are particularly associated with the Ming Dynasty.

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August 11, 2011 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment