CHOOSING YOUR TABLE STYLE
For entertaining occasions, how many friends will you want to invite round? Do you favour small parties, or more formal lunches for large groups? Probably it will be some sort of combination of the two. But how do you choose an outdoor table for this flexible entertaining style?
If you only occasionally cater for large groups then a Mead Table arrangement might be another answer. This is a table essentially rectangular, with curved ends, but Gaze Burvill makes a special connecting piece, so if you have two small size tables, say seating six or eight each, then you can when required connect the two tables together to make one long table.
At Gaze Burvill, we see a great solution in an oval table: you can seat fourteen at our largest size of Broadwalk Oval Table, but then you can just use half of the table if you are just four or six for dinner, as no one is too far from each other at one end of the oval – it just works.
For some, the very best sort of table is always round! Our Bailey Tables offer a range of different sizes, always with a central, very strong pedestal, so no-one will have to battle with annoyingly positioned table legs to get comfortable. For a larger table to sit ten or twelve, opt for a round Broadwalk Table, a superb craftsman-made piece to impress your guests, with a rotating central ‘lazy Susan’.