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Our top dining picks

If you’re looking for the best dining table for your home, or want to buy dining chairs to complement your existing table, it can be difficult to know where to start.
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Help is at hand from our Cabinets buyer, Tom St Quintin, who has his eye on the latest trends. Here are his top picks from our 2019 Winter collection.

"I love Deco style, so I’m a fan of the Merlin dining table with its dramatic black metal base. But I’m not picking it just for its looks, it’s also a very practical choice. The ceramic top is heat, stain and impact resistant and can only be cut with a diamond blade – so it’s pretty much bomb (and family) proof. And with its pop up extension-leaf it seats 10, plenty of room for extra guests. Pair it with the Merlin sideboard and the bold Zeus table lamp to complete the look."


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"I’ve picked the Arabella dining table for its mix of modern minimalism and luxury. The stainless-steel base is topped with an extending marble top – so you have space to seat 8. It’s the perfect fit for the contemporary home, especially with sleek designer dining room chairs and the Arabella sideboard."


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"Finally, I’ve chosen the Angeles extending oak and painted dining table because it’s absolutely timeless and will never go out of style. Here it’s paired with what could be our best dining chairs of the season. I’m loving everything about the Angeles fabric dining chairs – they’re luxuriously quilted, buttoned and scroll backed in a choice of chic pastel shades."


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