By Bi5MiLl4hRunamuckfestival. Bar Tables. At Wednesday, November 14th 2018, 06:02:21 AM.
Materials - The next thing you need to think about is the material that your bar tables are going to be made out of. While sure, there are pretty bar tables made out of glass and other more fragile substances. Do you really want a bunch of drunken people at your house banging their glasses down on a glass tabletop surface? Probably not. So, maybe it's in your best interest to look for something a little hardier. When it comes to wood look for hard wood tables instead of soft wood that can be easily marked or scratched. Or perhaps you want to look into the resin or metal markets. Any of these will be good choices as they will be able to stand up to a lot of use and abuse from those guests.
Size - Size is the first thing you are going to want to consider. Do you just want one bar table or would you prefer a number of bar tables to be able to seat guests in your home? Your answer to this question will make a difference when it comes to the tables you will want to purchase. If you just need one you have a lot more flexibility in size than if you need three or four that you have to make work into the space of the room you have. Don't forget, in addition to those bar tables are going to be bar stools or chairs where your guests will be sitting that will take up even more space.
The most favoured traditional bar stool design is certainly the 'Tudor' stool, a replication of the simple joined wooden stool and church pews dating back to the Medieval period. In the last three decades these pub chairs and bar stools have been most popular finished in dark oak colour although recently lighter shades in walnut finish or light oak have been more often chosen to brighten up the bar area. These bar chairs and bar stools are often required upholstered and the supplier can offer a huge choice of fabric to suit the proprietors' interior design.