Dining Rooms

Eat and entertain in style

Dining rooms have taken on an evolution over the past few decades as we move to a more informal way of living. Your home may have a separate dining room that sometimes parades as a workspace or you may have a combined living-dining area with an open plan layout; when and how you use your table and chairs will help with your decision making.

In homes with young families, the dining table can soon become the epicentre of activities, taking on mealtimes and craft fun. In this situation a glass topped table with fabric chairs might not be your best option!

Consider the style of the rest of your home, you will find it will flow more naturally if you stick to one theme. If you’ve got an open plan layout you may find an extending table the ideal option for flexibility.

Some ideas to think about

  • Dining Room furniture
  • Dining Room Furniture

    The table is the centre piece of any dining room and it can set the tone of the room. Coming in a variety of shapes, circular can be great for conversation, but consumes a lot space for larger numbers.

    There is a wide selection of materials available for tables and chairs, and you could choose from either matching sets or complementing styles; for example a glass table with leather chairs.

    Dip into our selection here

It doesn’t need to be complicated!

Talk to our team about the style you are looking for, bring photos or clippings and we can help you piece together your ideal dining room. You can just pop into one of our showrooms or arrange an appointment with one of our team.

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