The stone finish, both easy to maintain and captivating in its beauty, has become a hot trend due to its contemporary character.
Innovation, aesthetics, style and resistance. Ceramic is the only material used in interior design that can be defined using these characteristics. A family and social gathering place, the table is a key element in the interior decoration of any living room. The fusion of concepts to create the ceramic table allows the creation of contemporary and avant-garde spaces.
Ceramic covered dining tables adapts to a wide variety of interior design styles: minimalist, Scandinavian or industrial. The most popular style is the veined white panel, which can be more prominent, as in the case of XTONE Viola Rossor more discreet, like XTONE Glem White.
The decorative elements that accompany and adorn the table, such as chairs, vases, lamps, light fixtures and floor tiles, will determine the role of your dining table in the overall style of your space.
When it comes to matching the floor to a ceramic covered dining table, the combinations are endless. Ceramic wood (PAR-KER Minnesota Ash of Porcelanosa) or large-format porcelain stoneware with a stone or marble look (XTONE Fiori di Bosco and XTONE Astana Polished Gray respectively) are just some of the alternatives offered.
Different shapes for different spaces
Rectangular, round, square, curved or with rounded edges. There are so many ways to designer ceramic tables for dining rooms. The location of your room, its use and the distribution of the overall space are determining factors in the choice of its dimensions.
The choice of table format is particularly important and can help ensure its successful integration into the room. In small spaces, we recommend a table with a central foot, to prevent diners from hitting the table legs. This configuration also makes it easier to move and place dining chairs.
For larger and longer tables, we recommend position legs in corners or create rectangular support structures at each end as the most suitable design options. These can be made of wood, metal or iron.
In other cases, enhance the beauty and presence of your ceramic dining table framing the space with contrasting flooring and the creative use of decorative profiles (Texture Collection by Butech).
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