By Bi5MiLl4hRunamuckfestival. Bar Tables. At Wednesday, November 14th 2018, 06:30:24 AM.
Bar Tables are tables that many people enjoy having, and if you're considering getting one for your home, then you will surely have a good time finding one because of all the different kinds that are available. If you are going to buy one, you will need to consider whether you will be buying it as a set or separately. Some have the chairs that go with them, and this is the way that most people prefer to buy them, to make it an easier and shorter shopping experience. However, if you are someone that is looking to be creative and having a unique look in your home, then you might want to take your time looking for a table, and then going elsewhere to buy the chairs separately. It will probably cost you more to buy a table by itself and then get the chairs separately.
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.
Traditional bar furniture is still dominated by the old 'Colonial' designs of chair, for example the 'Mates' and 'Captains' chairs with the Windsor and Wheelback chairs still being very popular. The Windsor chair has a history dating back to the 18th Century. Not surprisingly the first Windsor chairs were reputed to have been made in Windsor and developed from simply adding a few back spindles and a top rail to a regular joined wooden stool and gradually developed to the Windsor chair with sweeping curved back and decorative central supporting splat that is recognised as the classic design.