Over the past few years, as many kitchen designs have been emerging, the furniture that is in it has also been changing as well, specifically kitchen tables. Tables are a staple for kitchens everywhere and so many things have been done to improve it. If you’re considering a new kitchen table for your kitchen, here is a quick guide to the different kinds there is.
1. Common kitchen tables.
These tables are those commonly found in kitchens anywhere. These are the usual kitchen tables found in most houses and bigger spaces. These tables are relatively bigger and require generous amounts of room. They can double as places for food preparation or even a dinner table.
2. Small, compact ones.
These tables are specifically designed for small kitchens. These tables are fully functional but save space. Many of these tables serve as small kitchen dining tables or as substitutes or extensions to kitchen counters. Most of these tables can be circular or squarish in shape. These kitchen tables are perfect for those living in small spaces like apartments or condominiums. They can also serve as small accents in the kitchen area.
3. Space-saver types.
These kitchen tables are one of the more modern ones as they are specifically designed for compact city living. Other than their purpose, their designs add a lot of interest and uniqueness to the kitchen. Commonly found in condominiums, space-saver types of tables are those found attached to walls with hinges. They can be lifted from the wall and secured with bolts or locks and taken down when not in use. Other older space-saver types include extender tables what have a portion that when taken up and locked in place serve as an extension of the main table top. These kitchen tables can double as kitchen counters or dining areas.