If you are seeking out a great, hardwearing but good looking table then a pine table is ideal for any room. However, which pine table will be right for your needs? Browse through the selection and view the buying guide at the bottom of this page for advice:
Cottage Styling and Rustic Chic
If your home is cottage style then a pine table will work perfectly. The wood is particularly popular for its timeless stylish good looks and handsome grainy texture. Ideal for low coffee tables or as a kitchen breakfast table, choosing pine gives you great quality and practicality to withstand plenty of entertaining as well as a wise option for families as it is easy to maintain. While the charm of this style of table is well suited to traditional looks, in the right setting a pine table will be eye-catching in a modern home too.
Pine is naturally richly coloured in a caramel brown and slots in well with most décor schemes although many tables come in different finishes and colours too such as crisp, clean white. You can purchase unfinished pine or a treated pine table. There are a number of colours from walnut to lighter shades of brown and even black. What is special about pine is the natural texture of wood will always be visible no matter what treatment is applied.
Durable and Practical Style
A pine table will be hardwearing as the wood is strong and long-lasting so will give you many years of service. Pine is exceptionally good quality and bound to draw attention as a centrepiece in a breakfast room or dining area. Available in a number of shapes from circular to oval, square to rectangular there is bound to be something to fit with your scheme. A low pine coffee table can create welcoming warmth in a cosy sitting room whereas a stained white pine breakfast table can look extremely clean and fresh in the kitchen.
The right table for your space
When choosing your pine table you need to take into account the space you have. A drop-leaf dining table or extendable table will be ideal if space is at a premium or if you know you enjoy entertaining large numbers. For stylish living areas, choose low coffee tables but ensure there is enough space for chairs and sofas so your room does not look cluttered. Equally a cleverly positioned occasional table can liven up a hall area and create an interesting feature.