Best Selection Of Dining Tables To Adorn Your Dining Room! – From the most basic to the most luxurious, LUXXU Blog will show you some ideas for dining tables that may go unnoticed but unconsciously provide the finest detail and one of the most important aspects of your project, or, on the other hand, make the grandest statement as the ultimate decor piece!
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Algerone Dining Table is a commanding rectangular dining table inspired by sleek architectural details. The presence of meticulously placed brass lines adds to the strength and classic nature of Statuario marble in this classic piece. The combination of these materials creates an enticing decor statement.
Shinto shrines are places of worship and the abodes of the ‘kami’ – gods – where sacred objects are kept in the innermost chamber of the altar, where no one can see them. The SHINTO Round Dining Table was created to keep those moments we all enjoy over dinner, good conversation, and good food, safe. This modern round dining table will look great in your dining room.
Extreme simplicity, modernity, and seductive power are the characteristics reflected in every detail that will have you falling in love at first sight with the Bonsai Dining Table. Bonsai is related to the furniture tradition of Boca do Lobo, which is inextricably linked to the innovation and vanguard of contemporary art. The possession of handpainted faux marble furniture represents wealth and prosperity. It was a status symbol in those days that inspired our modern furniture makers to adopt the concept of hand-painting.
The Patagon Round Dining Table is the culmination of the inspiration for the entire Patagonian collection. The table’s intriguing and one-of-a-kind foot, with miniature globes representing each archipelago, glacier, landmass, and city in the Patagonian region. The culmination of this homage is a circular Patagonian marble top, while the champagne lacquered foot represents the region’s individuality and natural beauty.
As you travel south in Patagonia, the soils become drier and rocky, and large swaths of stream-rounded pebbles, known as grava patagónica, appear. These formations and shapes are mirrored on the top of the Grava Dining Table, where the material symbiosis of metal champagne, black lacquer, and Patagonia marble creates the same illusion of soil. With its four modern legs and use of the same finishes, this piece is opulent. This table will be a conversation starter at any dinner party.
The Heel Stone, a stone with a highly texturized surface and elemental carved shape, is located northeast of the Sarsen Circle, beside the end portion of Stonehenge Avenue. The three feet are made of carved hardwood taper with characteristics similar to the Heel Stone and highlighted in a three-color finish to resemble the sky and light cast on the Heel Stone at various times of the year. The shape and colors of the famous stone are immediately mirrored by the dove white marble tabletop. The collection’s unifying element, a granite stone adds luxurious details to this Heel Stone Dining Table, transforming it into a one-of-a-kind item for any dining setting.
Marble is without a doubt one of nature’s most beautiful materials. In this sense, this Marble Big Dining Table is an ode to one of the most beautiful materials on the planet.
The Heel Stone, a stone with a highly texturized surface and elemental carved shape, is located northeast of the Sarsen Circle, beside the end portion of Stonehenge Avenue. The two feet are made of carved hardwood taper with characteristics similar to the Heel Stone and highlighted in a three-color finish to resemble the sky and light cast on the Heel Stone at various times of the year. A rounded acrylic tabletop instantly reflects the famous stone’s shape and hues. A granite stone, the collection’s unifying element, provides the final luxury accents to this Heel Stone Round Dining Table, elevating it to a one-of-a-kind piece for any dining setting.
Maxime Dining Table is named after Maxime Gaillard, the name of a little bistro in Paris that opened in the 1890s and became a legendary spot in Paris nightlife. Maxim’s has received the finest of the French elite throughout its history, reaching its pinnacle a century later, in the 1980s, when it was owned by visionary designer Pierre Cardin. Its structure is made of solid wood and brass, with a clean glass top that provides both sophistication and vibrancy.