Coastal Dining Essentials
Beach House Dining
Make a statement in the Dining Room with one of our gorgeous tables. We have a table to fit any size room as well as multiple styles, finishes and sizes. Casual or coastal-refined, there are tables for all tastes. Mix up the look with upholstered, rattan or slipcovered dining chairs and complete the room with a breath-taking chandelier.Shop All Dining
Are your driftwood dining tables real driftwood?
Driftwood is floating wood that has washed ashore due to the actions of the elements. Most of us connect this type of twisted, rustic wood with the ocean but driftwood can also be found near lakes and rivers. Since the wood can float for quite a bit of time, it is often bleached by the sun, pitted and porous. Most of the driftwood used for furniture is found along riverbanks, at the edges of lakes, or along the beach. It's a misconception that driftwood is only found on a beach. Rivers & lakes are all good places to get driftwood. In the state of Florida, anyone can collect driftwood pieces. For table bases (dining, coffee, console and side tables) these pieces are hand-selected and custom built to your specifications. The wood is sandblasted and waxed by hand. Perfectly leveled and securely bolted, hidden within the design. The wood is treated with sealant with little to no sheen. Available finishes: natural beige, white washed, and natural light brown. Specialty finishes or deeper finishes will require an additional charge based on the size of the table base and final color.
How do I know what type and shape of dining table to get?
Table size and shape depends on the dining room first and foremost. Always allow space for a seated guest to leave the chair and walk around the table. Make sure that if you have an extension, when the leaves are added, can the table fit?
Seating Guests How many guests on average to you wish to seat?
How many guests on average to you wish to seat? A table that seats four should be about 48" long. To seat four to six people, look for a table that is at least 60" long. For six to eight guests, your table should be at least 78" long. The rule of thumb is to allow 24" of space per seat at your dining table. A 72” - 84” long rectangular table can seat up to 10 adults, depending on table width. A 96” - 108” long rectangular table can seat up to 12 adults, depending on table width. A 120” long rectangular table can seat up to 14 adults, depending on table width.
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