The bistro table is the perfect answer for casual dining in small spaces. Bistro comes from a French term referring to small, casual restaurants with tables and chairs fit to the Parisian theme. Bistro tables and chairs became widespread due to their style and convenience. Bistro tables often seat four, but sometimes only two people. There are styles that have a leaf for extending, but it then no longer has the appealing look of a bistro table. You can find indoor or outdoor bistro tables, in stainless steel, wrought iron, wicker, or wood. Colors and styles are endless, so don't limit your imagination.
Bistro dining tables are more likely to be built from wood, as this maintains a dining room look without crowding your room. Cherry, black walnut, or oak wood. Glass tops or stone tops, or the traditional wooden tops. All paints, stains, or finishes are up to you. Be sure to consider the atmosphere you want to create. Some styles are more delicate, some ornate. Traditional or contemporary, this table will complete your dining area.
Outdoor dining tables are smaller; often only seating two. They are made from a material fit for any weather and come in styles even more variable than a bistro dining table. Mosaic, ceramic tile, glass, or even granite tops with wicker, wood, or metal legs. If you're looking for something lightweight, consider a folding bistro table. Whatever the surroundings, you can find the perfect bistro table for your patio, garden, or poolside area.