Whether it’s a hotel lobby, hotel guest room, restaurant, medical office, or bar, people who frequent these establishments take notice of the furniture, including the tabletops. Not only do you want your tabletops to be aesthetically appealing, but you also want them to be durable and easy to maintain, too.
As such, the material that you choose for your interior design plays a key role in the overall look and function of the establishment you’re furnishing and designing. There are various types of materials that can be used for tabletops, but certain ones are more favoured than others.
Here are some of the more popular tabletop materials that interior designers prefer when styling their establishments.
Wood has been a staple in the world of restaurants, hotel lobbies, and other types of businesses, and for good reason. Wood is durable, attractive, and when sealed, it can be resistant to stain. Even as the material ages over time, it can be sanded down and restained to give it a renewed look.
Different types of weed can be used for tabletops, including oak, maple, and mahogany, each with their own natural colour and grains to give each piece a truly unique look.
An increasingly popular material for tabletops in different business venues, Caesarstone is a great choice for a number of reasons. For starters, it’s visually appealing, which can boost the look of any interior. Further, it’s chemical- and stain-resistant, which makes it durable.
And the fact that Caesarstone is stain-resistant too makes it easy to keep clean. Lastly, Caesarstone is non-porous and mold-resistant, which makes it perfect for places like restaurants and medical offices.
Metal is durable, sturdy, and very modern. This material is also stain-resistant, making it a great option for eateries. While it may be too “cold” looking for a medical office, metal makes a great option for a more modern restaurant or hotel lobby to give the interior a more sophisticated vibe.
At Unichairs, we offer a wide range of tabletops in different materials and styles. Our standard tabletop sizes are 24×30, 30×48, and 30×66, though we also offer custom sizes.
Our selection is vast, and we invite our designers to visit our showroom where we can help you navigate all our collections. In fact, our consultation services are extremely useful when you need a helping hand to select table tops sizes to accommodate your service space.
Get in touch with Unichairs today and we’ll be happy to help you choose the right pieces for your project!