West Elm Dining Tables

West Elm Dining Tables

Dining Tables Picking out a new dining table is one of the most exciting experiences for families. That’s because the possibilities are endless. Imagining what your dining space will look like, adding artistic details and bringing them to life is an adventure where the journey is just as much fun as the destination. So whether you’re looking to bring something fresh into an existing dining room layout or want to create a completely new theme for your space, west elm’s distinctive dining tables open up a world of emotion. Look around, get inspired and create your own interior masterpiece. Here are some dining table decor ideas to help. It doesn’t take long to discover that your eyes know what they like. All of our tables have something special that sets them apart from the rest. They’re pure art. Reclaimed wood works in industrial designs and rustic layouts or for adding warmth to a room brimming with your favorite artwork. Use sconces or accent lighting to enhance paintings even more. Or focus on major elegance with marble or glass tabletops. If possible, choosing your dining table before adding other accent pieces is helpful. That’s because the table is what sets the tone for the rest of the dining room. It has a huge impact on the mood. Depending on the table, your room might feel intimate, modern, vintage or exotic. And once you know what table you want, it’s a lot easier to choose accessories that match – or contrast. When guests arrive, your table is where their eyes head first. It gives them an appetizer of the excitement to follow over the course of the evening. So where should you put your dining table? Every room is different, so that’s something only you can decide. Here are a couple things to keep in mind, though. First, try to position the table where it has the biggest visual impact. In a dedicated dining room, that’s usually in the middle of the room. That way, you have enough space for a buffet, glass cabinet or console table around the edge of the room, if you want. Also take into account any architectural highlights in the room. Does one wall have a large window with natural lighting? Position the table so it receives plenty of brightness during weekend breakfasts. If your dining room has a stone fireplace, make sure guests can enjoy the view and feel the warmth. If your room size allows, try to add 54 to 60 inches between the table and whatever surface is closest – either other furniture like a buffet table or the wall. That way, you can walk freely behind guests to serve dishes, and they’re able to seat themselves comfortably. If you’re designing a kitchen dining nook, you only need 24 to 30 inches to slide into your seat. Open-concept designs are gorgeous. They give you tons of room to play around with, and the result is relaxing and spacious. To create a soft border between your dining area and living room, use a large rug to unify the space. If possible, pick out an elegant rug that’s large enough to encompass your chairs too. A beautiful chandelier or pendant overhead also differentiates the room from its surroundings. Think outside the rectangle. Sometimes a round table is exactly what you’re looking for. They’re extremely versatile because they look great in almost any part of a room: in a corner, in the center or as a breakfast spot in an easily accessible location. If you have a cozy apartment, for example, a bistro table fits nicely in your bedroom, kitchen or living room, creating its own little dining room within a room. When you have guests over, let your counter or island serve as an extension of your dining table. Find chic bar and counter bar stools from west elm to ensure you always have extra seats available. Expandable tables also help in more compact spaces. Go about your daily routine with the table in its customary configuration. Then, when you invite friends over for a party, it’s easy to accommodate up to eight people for the special occasion. At other times, you can accessorize with a vase and flowers to brighten up your apartment even more. Read More
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West Elm Dining Tables

Dining Tables Picking out a new dining table is one of the most exciting experiences for families. That’s because the possibilities are endless. Imagining what your dining space will look like, adding artistic details and bringing them to life is an adventure where the journey is just as much fun as the destination. So whether you’re looking to bring something fresh into an existing dining room layout or want to create a completely new theme for your space, west elm’s distinctive dining tables open up a world of emotion. Look around, get inspired and create your own interior masterpiece. Here are some dining table decor ideas to help. It doesn’t take long to discover that your eyes know what they like. All of our tables have something special that sets them apart from the rest. They’re pure art. Reclaimed wood works in industrial designs and rustic layouts or for adding warmth to a room brimming with your favorite artwork. Use sconces or accent lighting to enhance paintings even more. Or focus on major elegance with marble or glass tabletops. If possible, choosing your dining table before adding other accent pieces is helpful. That’s because the table is what sets the tone for the rest of the dining room. It has a huge impact on the mood. Depending on the table, your room might feel intimate, modern, vintage or exotic. And once you know what table you want, it’s a lot easier to choose accessories that match – or contrast. When guests arrive, your table is where their eyes head first. It gives them an appetizer of the excitement to follow over the course of the evening. So where should you put your dining table? Every room is different, so that’s something only you can decide. Here are a couple things to keep in mind, though. First, try to position the table where it has the biggest visual impact. In a dedicated dining room, that’s usually in the middle of the room. That way, you have enough space for a buffet, glass cabinet or console table around the edge of the room, if you want. Also take into account any architectural highlights in the room. Does one wall have a large window with natural lighting? Position the table so it receives plenty of brightness during weekend breakfasts. If your dining room has a stone fireplace, make sure guests can enjoy the view and feel the warmth. If your room size allows, try to add 54 to 60 inches between the table and whatever surface is closest – either other furniture like a buffet table or the wall. That way, you can walk freely behind guests to serve dishes, and they’re able to seat themselves comfortably. If you’re designing a kitchen dining nook, you only need 24 to 30 inches to slide into your seat. Open-concept designs are gorgeous. They give you tons of room to play around with, and the result is relaxing and spacious. To create a soft border between your dining area and living room, use a large rug to unify the space. If possible, pick out an elegant rug that’s large enough to encompass your chairs too. A beautiful chandelier or pendant overhead also differentiates the room from its surroundings. Think outside the rectangle. Sometimes a round table is exactly what you’re looking for. They’re extremely versatile because they look great in almost any part of a room: in a corner, in the center or as a breakfast spot in an easily accessible location. If you have a cozy apartment, for example, a bistro table fits nicely in your bedroom, kitchen or living room, creating its own little dining room within a room. When you have guests over, let your counter or island serve as an extension of your dining table. Find chic bar and counter bar stools from west elm to ensure you always have extra seats available. Expandable tables also help in more compact spaces. Go about your daily routine with the table in its customary configuration. Then, when you invite friends over for a party, it’s easy to accommodate up to eight people for the special occasion. At other times, you can accessorize with a vase and flowers to brighten up your apartment even more.
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West Elm Dining Tables

All Dining + Kitchen Furniture From dining tables to storage furniture, the pieces you choose for your dining area should balance style and substance in an easy, efficient way. west elm’s dining room furniture collections include all the elements you need to create the ideal space for parties, family dinners and quiet weekday meals. Whether your style is formal or casual, we have furniture pieces that can suit your style and blend in well with the other furnishings in your home. All dining room pieces in this collection provide the right blend of form and function, giving you stylish furniture options that make for a well-organized eating and entertaining setup that provides comfort and appeal for guests and household members alike. No dining setup is complete without a table and some comfortable chairs. We offer matched table and chair sets in addition to standalone options, giving you the power to pick and choose what works best for your needs. From small circular bistro-style tables to large, long rectangular designs that are perfect for a crowd, you’ll find a variety of shapes and sizes to consider. Our dining chairs are available in a similar range of diverse styles including armchairs, scoop-back chairs and more in materials ranging from wood and leather to upholstery and metal. If your kitchen or dining room includes some tall dining surfaces, such as a bar or kitchen countertop that’s just begging for some cozy stools we have what you need to complete that part of the room as well. We offer a variety of different stool styles, including some classic barstools and some updated styles with more cushion and weight. You can choose the right style for your home based on a balance of design preference and anticipated use. Our ottomans and stools make excellent companions for dining room seating pieces. For example, if you plan to use your barstools for breakfast every morning, you may want to opt for the plushest stools we offer. Dining rooms that don’t have room for a built-in bar can benefit from the addition of a bar cart for storage of liquor, glassware, bar accessories and other elements that make the space fully functional for a modern entertainment layout. Cocktail craft is back in fashion in a big way, and bar carts have become a symbolic way of showing guests that you’re ready to provide a good time and delicious drinks at whenever you entertain. Bar cars can also be useful for a variety of other entertaining applications, from bringing silverware and napkins directly to the dining area to displaying flowers and other decorative items in an unobtrusive way in a small dining space. If you need more storage and display space than a bar cart alone can provide, consider adding a buffet or console table into your dining furniture blend. Our dining room buffets and cabinets continue the balanced trend of utility and beauty, bringing you added storage space in a beautiful package. From wooden mid-century inspired options to sleek industrial metal and glass, the buffet or cabinet you choose for your dining space can have a major impact on its ambiance. No matter what style you choose, you’ll appreciate having the extra space to lay out dishes or create decorative vignettes in one of the most important entertaining areas of your home. Our collection of dining furniture goes further than tables, chairs, cabinets and buffets. We also offer a range of alternative seating options, including benches. If you want to create a more casual, communal dining environment, benches can be a great way of bringing diners together and making your home feel both polished and homey. In this way, the furniture choices you make for your dining area can set the tone for all your entertaining efforts. From weekend dinner parties to formal holiday meals with your entire family, our dining furniture is ready to support you every step of the way. Read More

West Elm Dining Tables

West Elm Dining Tables
West Elm Dining Tables
West Elm Dining Tables
West Elm Dining Tables