Interiors Weekly

Time to turn the tables

May 15 - 21, 2019

Gulf Weekly Mai Al Khatib-Camille
By Mai Al Khatib-Camille

Gulf Weekly Time to turn the tables

The dining table is one of the most significant furniture pieces in the home because it’s quite multifunctional – a place to eat, play and occasionally work.

It’s the heartbeat of the home. Families gather to share meals and stories together and particularly during the holy month it’s the place to break bread.

Ethan Allen has launched a new line featuring majestic dining tables alongside a range of chairs and buffet tables.

The American brand, which boasts stores in North America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, offers beautifully-crafted lines, lustrous finishes, and fine, hand-tailored workmanship.

 Traditional style: This has been designed to shine with a modern mix of neutrals and a strong brass tone. The Evansview dining table has an unforgettable star quality, a starburst pattern created and an Indonesian mahogany finish. It’s well complemented by the Yves host and side chairs. Featuring elegance in a chic transitional design are the Lynnwood and Barrymore table that has precise lines clubbed with exotic wood finish.

 Modern style: Everything small is big again, especially in today’s condensed dining spaces. Scaled down with a cool vibe, the Hazelton and Hoyt dining table mixes materials in the most stylish way without making a small dining space feel crowded. To complement these tables are the smart and petite in scale, Vera and Jewel Chair, for the perfect statement piece.

Owners can also beautify the chosen table and add to the sparkling setting with Arabesque-inspired accessories such as crescent-shaped candle holders, lanterns, decorative fruit and candy bowls, as well as elegant trays to serve up the after iftar refreshments.

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