ta­bles

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Let the size of your space and the in­te­rior scheme both dic­tate the ta­ble style and shape you de­cide on. When it comes to the shape, square and rec­tan­gu­lar tops are al­ways a safe bet but if you’re lim­ited on space and need room to ma­noeu­vre, oval and cir­cle tops should be at the top of your list. don’t for­get to con­sider the ta­ble legs: a tres­tle ta­ble of­fers gen­er­ous leg room while a pedestal ta­ble is per­fect for free­ing up space in a smaller din­ing room.

‘LUXOR’ DIN­ING TA­BLE IN AN­THRACITE WITH MAR­BLE MO­TIF PORCE­LAIN TOP, R26 999, MOBELLI

CHRISTOPHE DELCOURT ‘SAGA 2’ DIN­ING TA­BLE IN SOLID OAK, R77 060, ROCHE BOBOIS

‘STAR’ METAL DIN­ING TA­BLE, R17 654, GATE­HOUSE BY MAVRO­MAC

AN­TIQUE WOODEN TA­BLE, POR, the CROWN COL­LEC­TION

‘CH337’ DIN­ING TA­BLE IN WAL­NUT, R64 549, CARL Hansen & SØN

‘LO­GAN’ RETRO DIN­ING TA­BLE IN OAK, FROM R6 555, SOFACOMPANY.COM

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