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The right table height in a restaurant can mean the difference between a comfortable dining experience and scooching your way through a meal. But having the right table height also means having the right chair.
No matter how carefully you consider which table height is best for your space, if the wrong chair is paired with that table, the customer’s experience will suffer. Looking at the three different height options for tables, we’ve picked our favorite table and chair pairings below.
When you decide to go with traditional dining height (and why wouldn’t you, it’s so versatile!) you want to make sure it stands out. For the perfect standard height pair, look for a mix of playful and simple.
The Table: For a classic style, try our Cassandra Table. With it’s straightforward design and adjustable sizes, it’s perfect for any space. And, its steel base holds up against even the most demanding restaurant space.
The Chair: To complement traditional, try a whimsical chair with playful curves like our Bentwood No. 18 Chair. The straight base of Cassandra and curves of Bentwood are the perfect, traditional height pair.
When you want to encourage mingling and conversation, choose counter height tables.
The Table: Our Brady Pedestal is the perfect table to promote conversation by blending in. Its minimal design adapts to any space.
The Chair: Bring out the best of Brady with our Merano Counter Height Barstool. Style meets engineering with this lightweight stool that can be easily shifted and moved. It’s unique, sharp angles are highlighted when paired with Brady’s simple design.
This perfect pair entices patrons to hang around and socialize.
BAR HEIGHT: 42”
Great for: Very casual environments like breweries, pubs, and quick serve restaurants