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Counter Top Dining Tables

counter top dining tables

    dining tables
  • A table on which meals are served in a dining room

  • The first dining tables of which survivors remain are the type known as refectory tables. They are made usually of oak, and one of the earliest, at Penshurst Place in Kent, has a typical thick top of joined planks supported on three separate trestles.

    counter top
  • Countertop (also counter top, countertopping, counter, benchtop, or (British English) worktop) usually refers to a horizontal worksurface in kitchens or other food preparation areas, bathrooms or lavatories, and workrooms in general. It is frequently installed upon and supported by cabinets.

  • Currently all our dispensers are counter top models which implies nice exposure and easy installation (i.e. no modifications are needed to lead tubes to basements or other locations as is the case with some other type of bag-in-box dispensers.)

counter top dining tables - 9pcs Granite

9pcs Granite Top Counter Height Dining Table & 8 Stools Set

9pcs Granite Top Counter Height Dining Table & 8 Stools Set

9pc Marble Top Counter Height Dining Table & 8 Stools Set
You will receive a total of a 1 counter height dining table and 8 stools.
Counter Height Dining Table: 54"L x 54"W x 36"H
Counter Height Stool: 24"L x 19"W x 39.5"H
Finish: Brown and Medium Brown
Material: Marble Top, Leather Like Vinyl and Solid Wood
9 pc Contemporary Marble Top Counter Height Dining Room Set .
This counter height dining set is the ideal accent for any dining room.
It features a medium brown finish.
Classy marble top and wood construction.
Stools feature cushioned seat and back and wrapped in durable leather like vinyl.
Matching regular height dining set is available separately.
Assembly required.

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Kitchen Area

Kitchen Area

This kitchen illustrates why it's so hard, to get a simple message through to my architect, when describing what you want. Now, my Cantonese isn't bad, but I could just as well have been speaking Klingon to them for all the difference it made!

The fan. Originally, they'd left power points for fans to be mounted in the top part of this window, and the one on the other side, to the right of the 'extractor fan column' (not shown in this picture). I wasn't even told of this, it was just a standard HK thing. I baulked at the idea. Not only would that be overkill, it'd look totally ugly. I did suggest mounting the fan on the wall, thus not eating into the window space and blocking light, but but that would have meant digging a hole in the wall, which isn't such a great idea as there are structural steel rods buried in the concrete. We finally settled on having one fan, after being coerced into the idea it would be a necessity. The more and more I look at it though, the more and more 80's it looks, and really not in line with how I want my place to look. So, I'm getting rid of it!! :-)

The wall cabinets. Somehow I'd forgotten to tell them when to stop, when they were building them. So, they ended up building them right to the ceiling! Now, practicalities aside, like steam entering through the gaps, they're just down right oppressive looking. But it's too late, so I guess I'll have to reduce them using lighting effects. Another thing that f*cked me off is the finish. I originally wanted a white enamel finish. Fine the architect said. Until he found out they don't generally do custom sized factory finished enamel doors/panels! If he'd known, and told me that in the first place, I would have rethought my colour scheme! So I've had to settle with this cheap looking white melamine material. It doesn't look so bad in photos, but trust me, it's on the wrong side of cheap.

I may seem pedantic, but I don't think I'll ever get the chance to build my own house again, so I kinda want to get things right. Plus I believe it's all down to detail, which is something that the crew I've hired don't seem to understand.

21 foot dining kitchen

21 foot dining kitchen

Kitchen/Breakfast Room (Dimensions : 20' 10" x 7' 4" (minimum))
There is enough room for a six seater table in this kitchen/diner. This is a practical and nicely decorated space to dine and cook in. Spotlights overlook white kitchen units with wood effect counter tops and tiled splash-backs. There is a bay window by the table making it a lovely light place to eat and an additional double glazed window above the kitchen sink. There is laminate flooring in the dining area and ceramic tile flooring in the kitchen. The back door leads into the yard.

counter top dining tables

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