The most stylish bar tables to choose from in 2022

Feb 08 2022

Bar tables have a long history in the United Kingdom and have extended their roots to Asia as well.  Since the Romans introduced the taberna, or tavern, to the shores, they’ve been drinking in pubs and bars for roughly 2,000 years. The term “table,” or “tabula” in Latin, which means “plank” among other things, comes from the Romans.

In the oldest taverns and inns, a bar table would have been a basic wooden plank or board supported by trestles or maybe stone blocks, and later barrels, on which food and drink would be put. The bar or pub table has evolved into a multidimensional monster throughout the centuries: it now has legs, comes in a variety of heights and materials, and is very movable.

Whether you own a bar/pub or looking for some innovative kitchen bar table designs, we have presented some amazing styles in this post, keep reading to learn more!

High society table bars

This is the type of furniture that is generally always found in bars. High bar stools are required if your bar has a counter where customers may sit. Sitting on a high seat at the bar, catching the bartender’s attention when your drink needs replenishing, and possibly catching the eye of a fellow drinker, has a very American feel to it.

Trent Furniture’s Monza bar stool (seat height 75cm) or Tall Zeta chrome bar stool (seat height 80cm) with metal frame and pressed plywood seat is suitable for a trendy, modern aesthetic.

Customers can wish to congregate around a high “poseur” table, and there are a variety of stools that would work well in this setting. With a hefty shape and a padded leather top, the Tall Dakota bar stool is substantial and unobtrusively attractive.

Trent’s Pyramid poseur tables, in black or chrome, would look great with this. The Shaker poseur table, which is available in the same selection of wood treatments as the Shaker poseur table, has a more ornamental but still modern design.

Low bar tables

Low tables are commonly referred to as “coffee tables,” despite the fact that they are capable of supporting a wide range of beverages. Although they are not commonly used in bars, they are occasionally utilised in a corner or against a wall with a sofa or chairs; if seating is low, a table will obviously need to be low as well.

Wooden coffee tables, such as Trent Furniture’s Shaker coffee table are more common in dark oak or light oak finishes. These will typically stand between 45 and 48cm tall.

The Pyramid coffee table

The Pyramid coffee table, so named because of its pyramid-shaped base, has a more contemporary style that is wide, to ensure stability. Chrome, laminates, light wood veneers, and powder-coated metal, are virtually usually used in their design, materials, and finishes.

Trent Furniture’s Pyramid coffee tables come in square or rectangular shapes, with steel bases and laminate tops or wood veneer.

The Pub table

This black and chrome pub table stands on x-shaped legs and has a chrome foot rail that adds solidity to the table. The table has two open shelves and may be utilised as a drink bar as well.

Counter tables

Counter tables normally have a fixed top that stays solid when you lay beverages or snacks on it, as well as a choice of stain colours that make the wood stand out, regular table-like legs that are sure to operate well and endure a long time.

This is a crucial aspect for bars and pubs, and it is one of the primary reasons these establishments purchase counter tables.

People normally stand up around a table and eat their beverages and nibbles in bars and pubs, although they can also sit down for more comfort. In any case, the tables must be the proper size and form for the clients’ comfort, as well as durable and able to withstand a lot of damage.

 Counter tables are ideal for this purpose, because even if customers run into them after drinking too much, they may receive treatment and continue working as usual.

Round bar tables

A round bar table’s main purpose is to allow customers to comfortably stand around it without being overly short or tall.

The movable tables accommodate patrons of all heights, and because the comfort of the customers standing around it is so important, it was designed with that in mind.

One of the most distinguishing features of circular bar tables is that they frequently have a swivel top that rotates in both directions, as well as a foot pedal that may raise or lower the table.

They, like other bar tables, are built to endure everything the customers throw at them, and they generally come with great warranties.

Square bar tables

When it comes to square bar tables, there aren’t many other types because the fundamental form consists of a square tabletop and legs. Because they are little, they aren’t always available in more than a few sizes, but their styles can include both traditional and extravagant patterns that serve a purpose while also looking wonderful.

One of the most appealing aspects of square pub tables is that they are simple to mix and match so that they complement one other no matter where they are situated or how many you have.

Buy chic bar tables in Singapore from Urban Wood

Urban Wood is a well-known brand specialising in manufacturing and supplying innovative and progressive furniture. If you are looking to buy innovative and chic bar tables in Singapore, Urban Wood is the brand to explore.  

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