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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Made from reclaimed teak wood, this dining set with benches constitutes a perfect proposition for all, who look for solid and stylish constructions. Ideal for both indoors and outdoors, will work out well in gastronomic and one’s own spaces. With benches tastefully upholstered in a dark grey fabric and U’ shaped aluminium legs which support the glass table top, this dining set constitutes a great example of a contemporary design.
A very space-saving feature of dining tables with benches that you may unknowingly overlook is their storage capacity. For instance, ottomans can have a box or drawers beneath the seat. A pew-like bench may also come with drawers. You will find many designs, style, and finishing options in materials like wood, plastic, wicker, metal, and leather.
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.