Tables & desks
Gather around the table and hear the family news, play a game, help with homework or set your stuff down. With our tables in a wide range of sizes and styles, you’ll find one that fits whatever you want to do in whatever space you have. You can find a table online or test them out in our stores.
From coffee tables to computer desks, and bedside tables to dining sets. A table is a versatile piece of furniture, often multitasking as dining, working, studying, gaming, and living area. As such, it needs to fit your space and needs perfectly. That’s why we have a wide range of tables in different shapes, colours and materials, to make sure you find what you’re looking for.
Different tables have different features
Getting a table is not just about what looks good. Make sure to think about the design and shape of the table as well. Different designs have different features, so take some time to consider which type suits you best.
Legs or no legs
Don’t just think about the shape, make sure to consider the height and design of the legs as well. For example, you might want a slightly higher coffee table if the family often eats in front of the TV. That way, you don’t have to bend over too much when it’s pizza time. Also, consider the shape of the legs. Slanted legs can look great. But you also run a greater risk of hitting your toes, as it’s easy to forget the fact that they protrude more than straight legs.Then there are the wall-mounted tables, best used in the kitchen or bedroom. The obvious advantage is that they save space and don’t take up any floor space. They can provide an airy feel in an otherwise cramped room. Plus, it’s really easy to clean underneath.
Round vs. square
Round tables often require more space than rectangular ones, as they are perceived as being bigger. If it’s a dining or kitchen table, you’ll also need more space to be able to pull the chairs out properly. However, they do give a softer impression thanks to their smooth shape.
Rectangular or square tables give a sharper impression. But they are often easier to adapt to the room. The shape works with most interiors, no matter the theme. This kind of table commonly takes up less space than a round one does, and it’s easier to place in corners or position in difficult layouts.
Get yourself a table that stands out...
Feel free to let your table shine and stand out if you are to place it in the living room, dining room, or kitchen. It’s a natural showstopper and can really lift a room. Try to work with contrasts when it comes to colour and shape. That is, if you have a lot of furniture that is angular in shape, try adding a round or oval table.
… or one that blends in
If contrasting colours and different materials aren’t your thing, you can also try the monochrome style. Match tables and other furniture in the same or similar shade. For example, a beige rug, a white sofa, a birch coffee table, a light grey TV bench, and a white lamp. See what we mean? As long as the materials differ, the look can still work its magic.
No matter what type of table you’re looking for, we’re sure you’ll find something to your taste here. Visit one of our stores if you want to take in the different options or get your table online if you are sure of your thing.