A small dining table is all a home needs when you’re not in the habit of hosting sinner parties or family events. If it’s just you and your partner there’s really no point in wasting space with a table bigger than this one.
To emphasize the cozy nature of the space, pair a round pedestal dining table with a few relaxing chairs/ armchairs. These ones are perfect for this setting. They have reclined backrests and they’re versatile with a hint of rustic.
This pedestal table is quite small so we wouldn’t really call it a dining table. It is, however, a great
A larger table would look great in a cozy dining nook and you could pair it with a bench or with a small sofa. Add some armchairs too to complete the setting.
The same combination can be possible if you’re using a pedestal dining table with an oval top. In a way, this would be a better option for smaller spaces and it would make it easier to pair the elongated table with a bench or a small sofa.
Round table fit perfectly in nooks like this one.
An L-shaped bench or sofa can also be a good match for a round dining table. It could wrap around it, leaving room for a couple of chairs on the other side. You can match the bench to the furniture in the kitchen and give it
With such a cool view and a curved wall, there is no better option than a round pedestal table. It simply makes sense in this particular spatial configuration. We love how the chairs are coordinated with the curtains and how the whole setting is harmonious in every way.
Pedestal tables are pretty cool because they can look charming just about
Complement a round pedestal table with a circular area rug to emphasize its form. if you want, you can even complement it with chairs with rounded backrests and with a chandelier that mimics
Placing the dining table close to a window with a nice view is always a wonderful idea.
This pedestal table is blue, just like the walls that frame it. The chairs have a chic metallic finish which looks lovely against the blue backdrop and in combination with the neutral-colored floor.
This family room has an arched window and the elegant table placed in front of it only enhances the view instead of obstructing it. This is a really cozy setting where shapes, proportions, patterns and colors dialogue in a harmonious way.
You can’t really go wrong with a pedestal dining table, regardless of the style you choose or the setting. Here you can see such a table on a traditional deck. There’s an
Round dining tables have have a specific number of people that they can