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A kitchen table is often small, as it is used for casual dining. Dinette Online carries round kitchen tables with diameters from 36 inches to 54 inches, with the latter being a more appropriate size for an eat-in kitchen. Typically, a smaller table that fits in a kitchen comes in a dinette set, but if you are simply looking to replace your current kitchen table, we carry a variety of tables in different shapes and made from different materials for your eat-in kitchen.
A kitchen table in a dinette set comes in a round or angular shape but the table itself is small, as it is only used for casual dining for two to four people at home or in a casual restaurant like a café or a bistro. Like a restaurant table, a kitchen table can be made from different materials, some of which are designed only for indoor dining, while others can be used in warmer months for eating outside on a patio. The kitchen tables Dinette Online carries come in round, square, rectangular, and oval shapes and are made withwood, metal, granite, marble stone, or glass.
Just like a glass table may be more appropriate at a café to get a sandwich and coffee and a small wood table might be better suited to a bar or a diner, the material of the kitchen table can change its character. For example, a kitchen table with a glass top and metal base can give your kitchen a clearly contemporary look, while a square or rectangular table that is wood with an oak or cherry finish seems more traditional. If you have a chair set already, make sure the style of the kitchen table blends in with your current chairs.
Other options for a kitchen table include a stone top and a chrome or steel metal and wood combination. The former type of table, which can be used outdoors during the summer and inside during the rest of the year, typically has a round top, and the durability is best for casual and everyday dining. The latter, although still strong enough for everyday dining in the kitchen, is for a strictly retro or vintage look. Although the chrome or steel metal and wood tables themselves are not antiques, they are based on home and restaurant design kitchen tables from the ‘50s and ‘60s. Instead of having a dated looking kitchen décor, a vintage or retro kitchen table can enliven the space, and the metal and wood combination, whether for a home or restaurant, is durable enough for everyday eating.