Parsons dining table came in the 1930s, when a decorator lecture at Parsons School of Design’s Paris branch asked his students to produce a standard table that would work with a variety of decorations and in a variety of situations. The table basic, boxy was born. The basic design of Parsons table has since been adapted to make coffee tables, side tables, dining tables, consoles and Parsons Accent tables.
Wood has long been the standard material for traditional Parsons Tables but tubular steel is common for a Parsons dining table. Tubular steel constitutes the framework of it with a piece of glass or other material that is inserted into the top of the frame for the tabletop. Other tabletop options include granite, quartz, marble or wood. Black is the most common color for the frame.
Parsons dining table is reason enough to blend with any decor. A parson’s shape of the table accent makes it useful for dining or working on a laptop or a variety of other tasks. Bottom of parsons slides under a chair, place the table top directly above seated person’s lap. Parsons tables also create striking accent pieces with space to display artwork, a plant or other decorative elements in the middle of the base.
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