Bar table – Classic pub or bistro tables are ideal for recreating the atmosphere of a real Parisian bistro. Tables should be between 35 and 36 inches long. For publication tables, wood tops can provide a calm and relaxed atmosphere. As for chairs, bars often use high counter stools that are between 24 and 26 inches long. These tables and high chairs work well in smaller and often crowded dining spaces, including bistro restaurants full of life.
One of the main components to properly decorate a bar table is the tablecloth. For a vibrant Paris feel, lively, classic red checkered tablecloths should easily do the trick. However, many other suitable options are available, including solid, tile, threaded, pin punched, checked marble, striped and checkered tablecloths. For a past sense of time, tablecloths that are made out of old advertisements can also be useful. Since bars tend to get a lot of traffic, durable and resistant materials like vinyl are preferable for tablecloths.
Cutlery is a must for any dining table, but you can also add an aesthetic touch. For the decoration of a bar table, it is useful to look for cutlery that has a classic and modern atmosphere. Bright stainless steel is useful for daily use in a restaurant; however, for a more elegant appearance, satin finishes can go a long way. To achieve elegant French style, covered with rowing shape handles is recommended. Look for spoon bowls that are particularly large and round.