By Bi5MiLl4hRunamuckfestival. Bar Tables. At Wednesday, November 14th 2018, 06:19:16 AM.
The concern here is how to get the best out of your bar tables after purchasing them. Thus you can appreciate that buying good tables and stools is only the first step. You also need to maintain them in good condition. Now, for commercial bars a lot of people will patronize these places. This means that your tables will be receiving a whole lot of usage from the customers. Now, what is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear bars? Drinks! All the people that will be sitting down are going to order drinks and drink them on your bar tables.
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.
The single poseur tables are available either in turned wood or decorative cast iron. They can also be found with rectangular tops either on a double pedestal base or a conventional four legged base, this size being more suited to a larger bar, where space saving is not such an issue. The most popular traditional bar stools for these tables are either the backless 'Tudor' bar stools with decorative turned legs or the 'Captains' bar stools based on 19th century colonial furniture.