It is important before choosing the size of your restaurant tables, that you take into consideration table height, customer size, seat numbers and the area between the tables. The following factors will help you choose the correct table sizes for your restaurant.
When looking at contract tables you’re often faced with two options… Complete table units and table bases. Most commercial designers opt for table bases with a separate table base as this allows for more control over the design and finish so that everything ties into their design. Here we look at table bases in more depth, the options available and how they can be used to create stunning spaces. Table bases can accommodate various size tops to seat 2, 4, 6 and more people dependant on your venues needs and... Read More
Marble table tops have been around since the first tables, reserved for the kings, queens, emperors and pharaohs of the past; they can now be found along every high street taking prime position in restaurants, cafes and bars and there is good reason for this: Marble may look expensive, but it’s relatively affordable in comparison to other natural stone (and over its lifespan) Easy to clean, it’s a durable material and has a high level of resistance to scratching and chipping Heat resistant properties mean marble is more resistant to... Read More
Pronounced ‘Po-zur’, a poseur table is simply a taller table. Designed to be used whilst standing or in conjunction with bar stools to create an elevated seating arrangement. They are commonly found in bars, restaurants, coffee shops, bistros and offer somewhere for people to place their drinks while chatting and socialising. Often used in conference and event spaces they are ideal for creating a relaxed networking environment. Available in many styles, materials and finishes, there is a poseur table to suit any style and environment. Here we break down some... Read More
From humble beginnings in the small Parisian restaurants, to their use in trendy and modern venues, the bistro table is a firm staple for contract dining furniture. A perfect option for cafes, restaurants and bars looking for smaller more cost effective dining tables that offer practical and flexible options all while maintaining stylish details and diner comfort, the Bistro table isn’t going anywhere and will still be used in years to come.