Tables

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Tables are pieces of furniture that have a flat smooth surface and are supported by one or more legs. Serving a range of specialized tasks, uses, and spatial demands, tables are adjustable and adaptable to the wide spectrum of human activities and functions. The design of a table is commonly concerned with elements that include the size, height and shape of the tabletop surface, type of legs, flexibility, adaptability, portability, weight, and materiality.

Kitchen Tables

Height: 28”-30” | 71-76 cm
Width (Tabletop): 36” | 91 cm or larger
Tabletop Shapes: Any
Leg Types: Pedestal, legs, plank
Uses: Kitchen, small dining areas
Benefits: Utility, multi-use, communal

Kitchen tables are pieces of furniture that have a flat smooth surface supported by one or more legs and are generally found in shared common spaces of the home. Typically smaller than a formal dining table, kitchen tables are efficient and adaptable to various kitchen setups. Today with apartments and homes becoming more multi-functional, kitchen tables have taken on a much more central role in space planning.
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Café Tables

Height: 28”-30” | 71-76 cm
Width (Tabletop): 24-36” | 61-91 cm
Tabletop Shapes: Square, round
Leg Types: Folding, pedestal, legs, plank
Uses: Coffee shops, public spaces
Benefits: Indoor/outdoor, flexible, lightweight, moveable

Café tables come in a variety of shapes, sizes and materials but typically are defined by their efficiency and flexibility. Designed to be lightweight and moveable, café tables are most commonly found in coffee shops and can easily be moved and arranged by customers and staff. Café tables have surfaces that are typically between 28”-30” | 71-76 cm from the ground.
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