BREAKFAST BAR TABLES
Breakfast is, as we all know, the most important meal of the day, and it is often nice to relax in the mornings with a cup of tea or coffee. In order to have the most refreshing and invigorating breakfast possible, it is important to remain stress free, and this is where our breakfast bar tables come in.
Breakfast bar tables are the ideal addition to any room in your home, whether in the kitchen itself, as part of your dining room or even tucked away in some corner of your house. Their compact size, usually with a 60cm tabletop, allows you to place them in most any environment without impinging on the space. For smaller locations, clear glass breakfast bar tables make a perfect choice; the clear glass allowing you to see right through the table to keep the overall look light and airy, making the best of the space available.
These glass tops are usually available in a whole range of finishes, including smoked glass with a grey translucent top, black glass with an opaque finish and sparkle glass bar tables, which have a crystalline finish that glints and shimmers when it catches the light. Aside from providing a classy feel, glass tabletops are very hard wearing and scratch resistant, as well as being very easy to clean, needing only a wipe with a damp tablecloth should any spillages occur.
Similarly, ABS resin top tables are also a doddle to clean, also being a high impact material that copes well with the rigours of mealtimes in the home. They also come in a large range of colours, being injection moulded using dyed resins, so provide a funky retro look to their surroundings.
Breakfast bars are an ideal communal space, and the advantage of using a bar table is that the bar is not fixed; the location can be changed and the look dictated by the types of breakfast bar stools surrounding it. Any number of people can sit around a round topped table, each with equal space, whilst square tops easily accommodate four people, with one on each side.
Some of these are gas lift bar tables, where the unitis housed in the central column between the top and the base. This allows you to raise or lower the tabletop so it fits into its surroundings more neatly, and gives you greater accessibility. The gas lift also allows you to rotate the tabletop through 360 degrees, making it all the easier to reach that plate of scrambled eggs first thing in the morning!