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Where to buy kitchen dinette sets

Sometimes, it is not convenient to set up the dining room for the whole family. Kitchen dinette sets are perfect for a quick and easy supper-time furniture solution for eating on the go. In addition, dinette tables are perfect for small spaces. This article takes a look at where to get great value kitchen dinette furniture to help you find the right product for you.

Online bargains

Furnishing Touch (Furnishingtouch.co.uk) Furnishing Touch has some excellent kitchen furniture, including small square and round wood kitchen tables, as well as dinette tables and chairs, available to buy from their online store. Hot picks from Furnishing Touch include the fabulous rustic Mexican dinette set. This small, solid wood table comes with two sturdy benches, making this a fantastic cosy kitchen dining furniture solution. The Mexican dinette set is now on sale at Furnishing Touch, priced at just £63.72, saving you £7.04 on the original retail price of £70.46. With a recommended retail price of £99.00, this compact yet attractive dinette is fantastic value for money. Net Furniture (Netfurniture.co.uk) For a rustic look which works in traditional interiors, log on to UK-based online furniture retailer Net Furniture for some fabulous wooden kitchen tables and dinettes, as well as chairs and stools. Favourites from Net Furniture include the cute, scandinavian-style Maxille dinette set in solid pine furniture. This distressed waxed finish dinette set comes with two solid pine benches. Perfect for small country kitchens, the Maxille dinette set would also look fabulous in studio flats and apartment kitchenettes, for a space-saving dining option. Priced at £109.00, this dinette set from Net Furniture is an affordable option for individual customers and families alike.

Compact furnishing solutions

Terleys (Terleys.com) Dinettes are also ideal for narrow boats and caravans. For portable a dining table which will fit easily into a small space, check out the two-chair dinette table set from online home furnishings retailer Terleys. Priced at just £99.99, this cute light-wood dinette table is excellent value for money and comes with two comfy upholstered chairs, making it the perfect option for people on the move. Alternatively, for an ultra-compact folding table, take a look at the Swiss Drop Leaf Table in an oak finish which also comes with two padded upholstered chairs. The Swiss Drop Leaf Table is available from Terleys, priced at just £139.99, saving you £20.00 on the recommended retail price of £159.99. * Prices are correct as of 26.07.2011.

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