Dining & Kitchen

Your dining room should be the hub for evening meals with the family and a showcase for entertaining your friends. Your choice of materials and design can complement a favourite theme or period - Arts and Crafts or contemporary Scandinavian - or set a neutral background for more showy accessories. Our attractive dining chairs, dining tables, side tables, buffets and hutches come in all styles and every material for any purpose you can put them to.

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What furniture goes in a dining room?

What you put in your dining room is up to you, as long as it serves its main function. Most dining rooms have, at the very least, a table and chairs to eat at. In addition to that, a sideboard, buffet, or display cabinet can be added for both storage and aesthetic purposes.

Those that like a drink with their meals may enjoy a wine rack or drinks trolley in addition to their dining homewares.

What are the names of dining room furniture?

There are many different pieces of furniture that can go into a dining room setup, which can consist of:

-Dining tables
-Dining chairs
-Dining stools
-Sideboards and buffets
-Dining benches
-Display cabinets
-Wine racks and bar
-Counter and bar tables
-Drinks trolley
-Hutch

Dining sets may be a good option for those that want to ensure a uniform style across their dining room. Lovers of variation may prefer to mix and match their furniture pieces.

How to arrange dining room furniture

Here are three easy steps to positioning your dining room furniture well:
1. Think about your room: Your room’s size and layout will strongly inform where you can place your dining room furniture. Ideally you’ll place your table in the centre of the room, or slightly away from entryways.

2. Consider lighting: Positioning your dining table under a pendant light is an easy way to ensure that your table is a focal point.

3. Be practical: When it comes to your dining space, it pays to think about functionality. If you’re adding in a display cabinet, think both about where it will best be seen and how it’ll be most accessible.

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