At the end of a long day, it is vital that the family comes together. The family meal is a ritual that many would say is starting to decline. Do you sit as a family to eat your evening meal or does your busy work and social schedules not allow for this?
Sometimes it is the only time when we can tell people what is going on in our life and find out about theirs. The dining table is a great place to discuss and discover new things. Sometimes you might find that someone is having difficulty at school or work, and they need some moral support or practical help. These things often go unsaid when people focus their attention on the television or computer. However large or small your family, we have a dining table to suit. Our extending dining tables can fit a small space for everyday and accommodate extra guests for a special family dinner. We have a range of dining tables to suit all tastes from the ever so popular Copenhagen to the traditional Trafalgar and Santiago ranges or if you prefer the Country Kitchen look you could choose the Burghley.
Who’s ever asked the question “what did you do at school today” and heard the response “nothing”, if that’s the case why not have an “ask a fun question” conversation at the dinner table. Here are a few ideas: