instrument UNO dining table [solid oak and metal] - INSTRUMENT FURNITURE
instrument UNO dining table [solid oak and metal]
£858.00
instrument RADIO dining table and set [reclaimed wood and iron] - INSTRUMENT FURNITURE
instrument RADIO dining table and set [reclaimed wood and iron]
£599.00
instrument CASTELLO dining table [solid oak and brushed stainless steel] - INSTRUMENT FURNITURE
instrument CASTELLO dining table [solid oak and brushed stainless steel]
£799.00
instrument BRICK dining table [reclaimed wood and metal] - INSTRUMENT FURNITURE
instrument BRICK dining table [reclaimed wood and metal]
Regular price £498.00
instrument WAREHOUSE early 20th century table [mango wood] - INSTRUMENT FURNITURE
instrument WAREHOUSE early 20th century table [mango wood]
Regular price £452.00
instrument WAREHOUSE cage dining table [mango wood] - INSTRUMENT FURNITURE
instrument WAREHOUSE cage dining table [mango wood]
£692.00
instrument WAREHOUSE rectangular dining table [mango wood] - INSTRUMENT FURNITURE
instrument WAREHOUSE rectangular dining table [mango wood]
£558.00
instrument XANDER glass dining table [extendable 180-230] - INSTRUMENT FURNITURE
instrument XANDER glass dining table [extendable 180-230]
Regular price £889.00
instrument WARIS round dining table [extendable 120-160] - INSTRUMENT FURNITURE
instrument WARIS round dining table [extendable 120-160]
Regular price £759.00
instrument VANITA dining table [extendable 160-210] - INSTRUMENT FURNITURE
instrument VANITA dining table [extendable 160-210]
Regular price £827.00
instrument MANHATTAN dining table [extendable 160-240] - INSTRUMENT FURNITURE
instrument MANHATTAN dining table [extendable 160-240]
Regular price £899.00
instrument HANJO dining table [extendable 160-210] - INSTRUMENT FURNITURE
instrument HANJO dining table [extendable 160-210]
Regular price £847.00
instrument TAVOLO dining table [glass] - INSTRUMENT FURNITURE
instrument TAVOLO dining table [glass]
Regular price £528.00 £488.00 Sale
instrument LEYLA dining table [solid oak and metal] - INSTRUMENT FURNITURE
instrument LEYLA dining table [solid oak and metal]
£1,016.00
instrument TIRSO dining table [extendable 160-200] - INSTRUMENT FURNITURE
instrument TIRSO dining table [extendable 160-200]
Regular price £519.00
instrument MODUS dining table [extendable 180-220] - INSTRUMENT FURNITURE
instrument MODUS dining table [extendable 180-220]
Regular price £749.00
instrument BRICK dining table and set [reclaimed wood and iron] - INSTRUMENT FURNITURE
instrument BRICK dining table and set [reclaimed wood and iron]
£398.00
instrument WAREHOUSE round dining cage table [mango wood] - INSTRUMENT FURNITURE
instrument WAREHOUSE round dining cage table [mango wood]
£598.00
instrument WAREHOUSE cage bar table [mango wood] - INSTRUMENT FURNITURE
instrument WAREHOUSE cage bar table [mango wood]
£464.00
instrument BRICK large crank table [reclaimed wood and metal] - INSTRUMENT FURNITURE
instrument BRICK large crank table [reclaimed wood and metal]
Regular price £298.00

Dining Tables Buying Guide

A gathering place for your family and friends, your dining room table is a place of celebrations, family dinners, homework, and coffee with friends. When choosing the right dining room table for your home, not only do you have to consider your personal style, but you also have to make sure it works in the space you have as well as fit your lifestyle. To help you figure out what features work best in your dining room, here are a few tips on what to look for in the best dining room table. 

Shape 
Your dining room’s shape and dimensions will determine the shape of your table. Your options are limited to square, rectangle, round, or oval. If you have a tight area, a square table is a good choice while an oval or rectangular table will work better when you have to fill a long, narrow room. Round tables are a great choice if you want to maximize the space you have in a square or small dining room. 

Size 
How many people you want to seat along with your dining room’s dimensions will help you determine what size table you can accommodate. You want to allow between 60 to 72 cm of space for each diner. Round dining tables need a minimum 80 cm diameter to seat 4 people, 116 cm for 6 people, and 152 cm for 8. 
The 152 cm per person guideline also applies to oval and rectangular tables. However, rectangular tables have a capacity that is restricted to six people with one person on each end and two people on each side. 

Other considerations should include the room’s size with the perfect measurements between the table and wall falling somewhere between 92 and 122 cm. This will give you enough room to pull out chairs and move around the table. 
Remember that table leaves will give you the most seating flexibility. When inserted into the center, you can expand the table’s size an additional 30 to 60 cm. 

Height 
The height of most dining tables falls somewhere between 72 and 76 inches. A pub-style table will stand taller ranging between 102 and 107 cm while tables that are counter-height measure 92 cm tall. 

Material 
Since it is used every day, durability is the most important consideration when choosing a material for your dining room table. Here are a few common materials for a dining table and how well they hold up to daily use. 

Wood 
Durable and easy to update, wood is the most commonly used material for a dining room table. It is easy to refresh or change with stain or paint or follow the current trend of weathered wood that will hide scratches and chips. Wood is a good choice when it comes to a dining table, especially for families that have young children. 

Veneer 
Tables with laminate are less expensive and hold up well to stains but can’t be refinished if they are chipped or scratched. They also tend to warp with too much heat so make sure to use trivets with hot plates. 

Metal 
Highly durable, metal-topped dining tables give a room a contemporary feel, but they do tend to patina and corrode. Avoid harsh cleaners and make sure to buff it with metal cleaner or polish it regularly with lemon oil. 

Glass 
Giving your dining room a sleek look, a glass-topped dining table works well in contemporary and modern spaces. This is a low maintenance table that is hard to stain. Plus, these days they are made with tempered safety glass so even if would break, it won’t shatter. 

Style 
Now that you have determined your table’s material, size, and shape, you can move on to the fun part of choosing a table to match your own personal style. Whether you are traditional or contemporary, there is a range of table styles including farmhouse, pedestal, and mid-century out there to choose from. Have fun finding your favourite!