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Gather for the food. Stay for the stories.

Getting them to the table is easy. So our dining furniture is designed to help with the hard part – keeping them there. Because when the chairs are comfy and the table is just the right size, everyone will be happy to stay for a while (even if there's no dessert).

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A dining room with an oak drop-leaf table that seats six people, two brown-black chairs and a rattan chair. Shown together with a black-brown glass-door cabinet.
A dining room with an oval white dining table and yellow chairs. Shown together with a white shelving unit with space for glasses, plates and bowls.
A dining room with a black dining table and chairs. Combined with a beige trolley and a dark grey glass-door cabinet.
A light dining room with a black dining table and white leather chairs with chrome-plated legs. Combined with brown cabinets and glass-door cabinets. 
A light dining room with an oval-shaped dining table with white table top and birch legs. And white chairs with grey chair pads.
WINTER collection – Enjoy the season (for a change).
A set table with place card stand in mouth blown glass.
Do things your way this holiday season. Everything from placeholders to foldable chairs and disposable tableware. Make any place you choose the perfect home for the holiday feast.
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SÄLLSKAP collection - limited edition
A dining table in black stained solid wood with two benches.
The SÄLLSKAP table and bench are made in solid pine and can endure much more than dinner (like being the roof of a blanket fort).
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SÄLLSKAP Bench $990
12 fresh ideas on dining
Small IKEA table with two chairs, laid for breakfast, in the corner of a kitchen.IKEA goes small: why multifunctionality matters when downsizing Make use of a trolley to create a kitchen in miniature. You can stock the trolley with cutlery, crockery, cooking utensils, pots, pans and there’s even space for food and a wash-up box. Attach rails to the wall for even more storage. A living room layout doesn’t have to focus on the TV. This illustration highlights, using green, how you can have a face-to-face seating area as the rooms focal point instead. A long table decorated with wild flowers, fresh lemons and crisp white linens is a simple way to create a naturally summery party.