Relevant categories: Dining Tables
(Above photo - Large period Regency pedestal dining table )
One of the best ways to decorate your home is by using a pedestal table. It is stylish, elegant, and highly versatile. You can put it in virtually any room in your home or even at the office. The pedestal table has been around for centuries. So, you could be looking for an antique or a new table. If you want, the Regency pedestal tables will be great for decorating your home just like those from other tables. Below, we suggest some of the uses to which you can put a pedestal table.
1. Great for the Entryway
(Above photo - Regency Pedestal Dining Table Walnut Extending Tables )
Pedestal tables are made to stand on one leg. The elegance of the pedestal table makes it great for displaying in the entryway. It is the same as presenting a piece of art. By now, you should already know how difficult decorating a foyer can be. Put a pedestal table there and decorate it with a bouquet of flowers. As soon as visitors step into your home, they will appreciate your ability to pay more considerable attention to detail.
2. Serves as a Great Desk
(Above photo - Mahogany Regency Pedestal Dining Table Diner Extending Tables )
When working from an office desk gets boring, it’s time to think outside the box. You could as well turn a pedestal table into a desk. The tabletop for the pedestal table is large enough to hold most of the things you use in an office. It is enough for a computer (or laptop), tray, desk lamp, and a stapler. Whether at the office or in the home, this is an excellent way of utilizing an antique pedestal table.
3. A Replacement for the Coffee Table
(Above photo - Regency Pedetal Table and set of Chippendale chairs )
Not all pedestal tables are created to stand high. Some have the same height as that of a coffee table. You can use it in the place of a conventional coffee table to accentuate your stylish sofa set. For example, if you have angular sofas, you can create contrast using a round Regency pedestal table. When it comes to style, the best way to go about it is by creating contrast. You can then place a vintage vase, some leather-bound books, and an exciting accent. Or, you could leave the tabletop empty.
4. The Dining Room
A pedestal table is ideal for the dining room, not just because of its shape, but its ability to accommodate many diners. Unlike square tables, which can only hold a limited number of people, a pedestal table has an almost infinite capacity. An odd number of people can sit around the table without worrying about bumping into the legs.
5. A Night Stand or Side Table
(Above photo - Large Regency pedestal dining table )
If you have a small-sized pedestal table, why don’t you turn it into a nightstand? After placing it on the side of your bed, use it to hold a reading lamp. Or, you could put it next to the couch. Turning it into a side table can help you to maximize how you use the space in your home.
So, are you looking for Regency pedestal tables? All you need to do is look at some of the antique shops you know. Or, simply come to us.
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