How to Incorporate Bistro Tables into Your Home’s Design

July 16th, 2018 Paul Dekker

Accent tables are meant to accentuate. End tables can be found at the end of furniture, for easy accessibility. Coffee tables Bistro Table at Conway Furnitureare often made for more than just coffee mugs. And dining room tables are in a league of their own.

For every homeowner, there is a variety of table types to consider, each with their own purpose that corresponds with usage.

But how do bistro tables fit into your home’s design?

If you’re not familiar with this table type, bistro tables are exactly what they sound like: they are typically the type of table that you’d find at a bistro or cafe. They’re often small and fit into somewhat tight spaces. They typically come with a few chairs, which allow for a quick bite with friends and loved ones.

The way bistro tables are used at bistros and cafes should be the way you use these tables in your home. They’re perfect for homeowners with less space to work with in the kitchen or can amplify an area that doesn’t have much utility otherwise. If you’re looking to add another place into your home to drink coffee or grab a snack, a bistro table might be your best bet.

In a foyer, bistro tables are ideal for holding possessions that you want to greet visitors with, be it books or artwork. In the living room, adding a bistro table to the overall design can be helpful when you need another table in an unused space but do not want to buy a larger piece of furniture. We like to think of it as a place to have one or two guests over for a tea or coffee, that’s off to the side and not as intrusive as a full table. They work beautifully out on the patio!

The beauty of bistro tables is that they serve a different purpose for everyone. At Conway Furniture, we have a counter height table that makes a great addition to any living room, kitchen, or foyer.

If you have any questions or concerns, let us know—we’d be happy to help you find the perfect table today!

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