End and side tables enhance the ambiance of any room and even more so if they are made of durable, yet refined, teak. Placing these tables between furniture gives rooms a sense of connection. Teak end and side tables can be square or round, and are great for holding plants or flower vases.
For those with little ones, the children’s teak dining table is ideal. The right size for children, this table is perfect outdoors or in. Kids can host a tea party of their own with this miniature teak dining set. As this table is extremely durable, it can withstand all forms of child’s play. The kids’ table is no longer a punishment thanks to this elegant, handcrafted piece.
Here is a suggestion how to create such a focal point in your home. If you have a large column or square plant stand, either in your garden or consider purchasing one, first look at your living space and envision where a free standing column might add interest. That could be near a window, in an open area between two different use areas such living room to dining room, or between family and living room. I choose a location at the end of a dividing wall that separated the kitchen from the living room but was wide open to the dining room both from kitchen and living room.
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