Superb Lineal design tops suitable for use in hotels, restaurants and cafes. The honeycomb core with resin coated melamine top protects from scratches and high temperatures (up to 180°C).
What is the best material for dining tables?
Although a lot of it is down to personal preference, each dining table material has its own benefits. Wood is sturdy, attractive and easy to clean, making it ideal for busy restaurants with a rustic look, cafes with a clean and modern feel and bars looking for that simple modern charm drinkers love. Metal dining tables are a good choice for outdoor seating areas, being resistant to the elements and as easy to wipe down as their wooden counterparts. Marble top dining tables – or even marble effect tables like this one – bring a touch of classic charm to any venue, and are strong, easy to clean and stylish to boot. But in the end, it’s really up to you!
How much room do you need around a dining table?
Generally speaking, each diner should be given about 580mm (23″) of horizontal space, with about 300mm (12″) in front of them. Anything less and they’ll feel cramped, too much more and talking becomes difficult due to the wide spaces between them. So, for a party of two, you’ll want a table that’s about 600 x 600mm (23½ x 23½”). For a party of four, a rectangular table of 1200 x 600mm or larger is your best bet.
- Dimensions 48(H) x 1100(W) x 700(D) mm
- Material High Density Woodchip with Heat Sealed Decor
- Weight 16kg
- Colour Marble
- A marble effect decorative table top – perfect for matching up with a brasserie / ornate cast iron base to create the look
- Indoor Use Only
- Predrilled table tops perfect for easy self assembly with the Bolero Table base range
- 48mm thick
- Easy to wipe clean
- PVC Edge