Published at Tuesday, October 10th 2017, 01:31:14 AM by Susanne Kaiser. Kitchen Table
General rustic decor is simple and straightforward with few frills, using natural materials and rough finishes. It is, however, very endearing, probably because it plays on our sentiments for the old days of pioneering and the log cabin. It is coarse, unfinished, but comfortable, and certain elements of the old country style are incorporated in some modern day kitchens. The rustic table is one of them, with old wooden Windsor spindle chairs or ladderback chairs. Rustic tables are generally of rectangular shape, with a thick unpolished top. The chairs can be hand painted with motifs such as flowers or birds, and the rustic theme can be applied to the rest of the kitchen if desired. Stone tiled floors, lots of ceramics and baskets, and the occasional old oil lamp can set off a large rustic table very well. However, many of the newer ‘rustic‘ style tables are provided with a polished top that has to be maintained.
Tired of conventional ideas about how kitchen tables should look? On the lookout for something to freshen up the place and to add some originality? Contemporary kitchen tables can also extend to bistro type tables, where the tabletop is relatively small and which therefore encourages a cozy atmosphere. This is an option that may particularly well suit kitchens that also have breakfast bars for serving food, as well as extensive workspaces, which means the conventional kitchen table is no longer such a necessity.
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