Mix & Match With both contemporary and rustic themed kitchens, you could consider being a bit bold and selecting kitchen table and chair sets that do not exactly match. This will add a bit of a whimsical fun touch to your kitchen. If you prefer having your chair sets match your table you could, instead, select chair pads in different styles and colors to bring a fresh look to your kitchen; one that you can change frequently with the seasons or as your mood suits you. Whatever your kitchen theme, be sure to select the right table that not only fits in with your current style but also suits your lifestyle. For example, a glass topped table is not necessarily the best choice for your family if your family spends a lot of time at it doing crafts, projects, or any other heavy-use activity.
The Dinette Set The mainstay of television families was the square kitchen table with four chairs and this is the type of kitchen furniture most of us grew up with. Designed for homes with formal dining rooms this style kitchen table and chairs was definitely created for casual family dining. Sedate in design this style table was functional without overwhelming the room. While significantly smaller and less space occupying than the pub style table, the dinette style kitchen-seating works well in most kitchens and functions as a family community center.
Size One of the most important factors in purchasing a kitchen table is the amount of room you have to work with. Everyone wants a spacious kitchen, but all that space becomes much smaller the moment you set a table in it. It is very important to measure the amount of space you have for a kitchen table. Set boundaries for yourself and make sure that the size of the tables you are considering does not exceed those limitations. Remember, if you purchase a table that is too large, you will lose all of that spaciousness your kitchen currently has