A natural set of dining room furniture made in a rough, austere fashion. The set consists of a rectangular dining table made out of reclaimed wood and comes with two matching dining benches made in a matching style. Vintage style for a spacious dining room with a long, rectangular-shape dining table made out of oak wood with a dark tint, fitted with a dining bench in the front and two upholstered dining chairs on the sides.
An attractive rustic style dining set (for 6 persons) made of solid wood with a natural finish. A table has a rectangular top and 2 upturned T-like legs joined by 2 crossed stretchers. A bench has a rectangular seat and 2 inverted T-shaped legs. A pretty rustic style dining set (for 8 persons) of solid wood with a natural finish. A table has a rectangular top and 4 thick rectangular recessed block legs joined by a stretcher. Each of 4-person benches has a rectangular seat and 2 block legs.
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Simple Wooden Bench – Lonny: This bench and table set will fit with almost any contemporary decor. Plus, the roughly finished wood brings a little rustic to the modern lines. Built-in Bench – Bulthaup Kitchen Architecture: This mod bench is perfectly suited to the space since it’s affixed to the wall. It’s like the updated version of using an old church pew in the kitchen.
Since most of us seem to be accustomed to the idea of an eating setting that is surrounded by chairs of different sizes, shapes, and designs, it is hard to turn to a dining table with benches and rationalize the decision to have one in your house. However, you should not overlook the fact that the standard dining configuration may not always be an option, especially if your living or kitchen areas aren’t well endowed with space.
Whether you have a formal dining room or a small eat-in kitchen, adding a bench instead of individual chairs can be a great choice for many reasons. Not only can it be more economical (depending on how large your table is, the cost of your chairs can really add up!), but it can also make for a more versatile seating arrangement. Plus, you can often tuck the bench under the table and out of the way if you need more floor space.