By Romaine Delage. Kitchen and Table Chair. Published at Wednesday, December 20th, 2017 - 12:00:49 PM.
A number of societies do not use a dining table at all. Meals are served on the ground, with a small mat or a small stool kept underneath the plate. This tradition is more visible in the Eastern countries. While the Chinese and Japanese have very elaborate dining customs, the formality of customs per se are less elaborate in South East Asia and the Indian subcontinent. Here, too, a mat may be all there is to sit on and have your meals, especially in the rural areas where these customs still hold well. Move further west, and we have the Islamic nations. The concept here is generally to eat from a common plate to show a spirit of one-ness amongst each other. Europe and America, however, have had and dining chairs as far as anyone can remember. It is in Europe, perhaps, that the tradition of having a dining table originated in the first place. It is the urban societies everywhere that have taken to this convenient piece of furniture for their daily usage.
Bistro style tables. These kitchen tables are manufactured from metal or wood and usually features a round glass top. They are usually favored for this unique European touch that they give to the room, a reminiscent trademark of exquisite French bistros and cafes along the Parisian streets. For you to make the table more attractive, you can add up a nice top cover of beautiful mosaic tiles in warm bright colors for that eclectic and kitschy feel.
Churches and schools are also great places to use folding tables and chairs. A school can make use of the gymnasium as a temporary theatre for a pageant or play by setting up rows of folding chairs. In this case, they may want to use ganging clamps to tie the chairs together in rows so they can't be rearranged by the guests. This will also ensure than nobody will thoughtlessly block the fire exits by sitting in the aisle. Church weddings also require lots of temporary seating, and folding chairs and tables are an excellent choice. In that case, you may want to consider using table skirts to make them look more like regular furniture. You can hide the legs and framework of the folding tables and chairs using table skirts and chair covers - which will make them look great for those all important wedding shots.
The idea behind folding tables and chairs is simple, they are inexpensive, yet after you buy them you may find that they have many more uses than, say, your dining room table. The obvious benefit of folding tables and chairs is their ability to collapse for easy storage. However, having folding chairs and tables handy means you can instantly add seating for guests during the holidays. When your car is not in the garage (and let's face it, when is it in there?), you can unfold your folding tables and chairs for extra workspace for virtually any household project - painting, building small crafts, working with bicycle or small engine parts, building model airplanes, refinishing kitchen cabinets, and the uses don't stop there.
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