A traditional dining room, fitted with a long dining table with a frame made out of solid wood with a white coat of paint and an oaken top with a very dark tint and a polished finish, paired with a bench and a few dining chairs. Sophisticated composition of furniture in a space-efficient dining room, furnished with a dining table made out of black-painted oak wood and matched with a seating bench as well as a set of padded dining chairs.
Adding incredible charm and warmth to the space, this dining set enchants with its two-toned wooden construction. Combining white and dark pine is a stylish statement that will work out well in cottage chic or vintage interiors. An aesthetic traditional woody dining table for 4 and a 2-person backless bench. A rectangular tabletop and a rectangular seat are in light browns. Their simple aprons, upright table legs and slanted bench ones (joined by an H-stretcher) are white.
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Square Table – Wanda Lozada Interior Design: We generally see benches used with long tables, but this square arrangement works as well. It’s a good way to provide contrast. Hideaway Seating – Kelly Donovan: The bench is perfect in this eat-in kitchen because tucking it under the table allows for the dining space to become another counter or prep space when necessary.
Upholstered Bench – Studio William Hefner: This simple upholstered bench looks great in front of the wall of windows. It adds a cozier element to the clean lines of the space. High Contrast – Nicole Hollis Interior Design: The spare wooden bench, paired with the two upholstered wingback chairs and the large wall mirror, makes for a striking dining arrangement.
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.