Rustic arrangement for a compact dining room, furnished with a thin, rectangular-shaped dining table made out of walnut wood with a rough finish, fitted with a low-profile bench and four leather-upholstered chairs. Contemporary setup for a spacious, bright dining room with a long, rectangular dining table crafted out of bright birch wood with an unpainted finish. The room has two benches to provide seating, one with a back.
Contemporary style for a spacious dining room with a dining table bench combo, fitted with surfaces made out of polished pine wood and a black-painted aluminum frame, finished off with some faux leather chairs. A rustic take on a dining room with an industrial style to it. The dining room is furnished with a unique dining table made out of rough, unpainted oak wood with a frame made out of old water pipes, providing an unusual sight.
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A super sturdy dining table for four and a 2-person backless bench crafted of solid wood and entirely finished in nice light browns. Both a tabletop and a seat are thick and rectangular. Upright legs are of thick rectangle section blocks. Rustic setup for a cozy dining room, furnished with a long, old-fashioned dining table made in a rectangular shape out of oak wood with a rough finish and a dark tint, matched with a seating desk made in a similar style.
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.
Having a bench, instead of dining chairs, at your dining table can actually do a lot for your space. It makes the dining area look more spacious, because you are doing away with visual volume in the form of seat backs. Benches are also useful for squeezing in more people around the table — good when you have guests over! Also, in an open-concept dining area, having a bench doesn’t break the visual flow between spaces, since it is low-slung.