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      If the kitchen is the heart of the home, then the dining room comes a close second. It’s where all your family members and friends can get together for good food, good company and good conversation. It’s a room where experiences are shared and memories are made. This is why dining room furniture is so important. If you’re going to spend so much time in this space, you need it to be comfortable and practical. Our modern dining tables, chairs, consoles and more make mealtimes efficient and elegant. Shop our full dining room furniture range today!

      Dining Tables and Consoles

      The most important item of dining room furniture you could own is the dining table. It’s the centrepiece of the room and needs to be able to accommodate everyone who sits at it and everything that’s placed upon it. Our designer dining tables are contemporary in design – simple and sleek – and will suit almost any home decor style. In addition to the dining room table, a console table is another great piece of dining room furniture. Forget your traditional big and bulky buffets and sideboards, a console table is slimline and much easier to position up against a wall for extra storage or as a display unit.

      Dining Chairs and Stools

      Obviously, you can’t have a dining room table without dining room chairs, it’s just a matter of what type you want. You can go straightforward with a set of modern and monochromatic plastic chairs. We have tub chairs, chairs with armrests, chairs with curved backrests and chairs with wooden frames. Or you can go for fabric chairs made of velvet, polyester or textured upholstery. Another great style of chair for the dining room is a stool. Whether you add them to the ends of the dining table for extra guests, or at the kitchen counter, a stool is a simple yet handy addition to your dining room furniture collection.

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