A pretty woody rustic style set (for 6) with a worn grey finish. A rectangular tabletop has a concrete inset in a lighter tone. All pieces have angular tapered legs. A bench seat, seats and backs of chairs are covered in linen with nailhead trims. A classy woody dining set in browns. A table (for 6) has a rectangular top with a leaf and 2 X-like curved supports on feet joined by a stretcher. A 2-seat bench has a similar base. A rectangular seat is covered in white fabric with a nailhaed trim.
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.
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An elegant setting for a compact dining room, furnished with a dining table made in a rectangular shape out of solid wood with a dark brown coat of paint, paired with a comfortable bench and four matching dining chairs. This dining table with bench will be a great proposition for all, who like traditional or classic decors. Crafted from dark wood, this solid construction is designed to accommodate up to 6 people.
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.
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.