3 of a kind Din­ing ta­bles

As the main back­drop to shared meals and so­cial gath­er­ings, your din­ing ta­ble has many im­por­tant func­tions to ful­fil.

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It can be easy to get car­ried away it when it comes to de­cid­ing what size ta­ble you need when you’re plan­ning won­der­ful din­ner par­ties, but it is best to choose one that will suit your every day needs and space. Aim to leave a gap of about 1m or more around the ta­ble so that peo­ple can get in and out of their seats com­fort­ably. Ex­ten­sion din­ing ta­bles are a good op­tion if you are work­ing with a min­i­mal amount of room.

With an in­tri­cate bronzed metal base and a slen­der top of heat-treated oak, Rogerseller’s Lema Shade Din­ing Ta­ble cre­ates a strik­ing cen­tre­piece. Price $10,700; rogerseller.com.au CLAS­SIC SHADES

CON­TEM­PO­RARY AN­GLES This chic replica Eif­fel DSW Replica Din­ing Ta­ble from Charles & Ray Eames with a sturdy MDF top and beech­wood legs brings a mod­ern min­i­mal­ist style to any home. Price $229.95; zanui.com.au

Free­dom com­bines a sleek bev­elled­edged tem­pered glass table­top with sturdy pine planks in a unique X-shaped base to make for an eye-catch­ing piece. Price $999; free­dom.com.au NAT­U­RAL DIN­ING

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