Published at Monday, February 12th, 2018 - 03:06:34 AM. Dining Room Table. By Cathrin Fischler.
Consider the construction quality of a dining room table. Do you want something temporary, until you decide to redesign your dining area again? Or do you have an active lifestyle with a busy family, and expect the table to withstand much wear and tear from countless meals and homework projects over the years? Many pressed woods are of high quality, but they are sensitive to extreme heat. If a ceramic tiled dining room tabletop catches your eye, consider what might happen if a tile is chipped or damaged. Does the store offer any type of warranty for damage? Then there’s upkeep to think about. Some tables may look pretty on a showroom floor, but keeping them clean is a chore. For example, consider the modern look of a glass or acrylic table top. How smudge-free is the surface? You should consider if the table surface will be easy to clean, or if it’ll show every smudge and fingerprint.
When material other than wood is desired in a dining room table, acrylic and glass are options. There are limitations as well as advantages to these material choices. The limitations are they tend not to have leaves for the increase or decrease in table size. Weight of the table is a factor, with glass tables being the heaviest and wood and acrylic being the lightest. Ease of care are found in the glass and acrylic tables since one does not have to be so careful about spills on glass or acrylic as they do with wood finishes.
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