Since the pedestal is centered under the table, it offers more space around the table to accommodate chairs. And in great rooms heavily used by children, the round table’s lack of corners is a great help in regard to safety.
This gorgeous entryway manages to be both formal and inviting, with its round pedestal table and welcoming seating area. Stylish accents like an elegant console table, framed mirror and sparkly chandelier add to its elegant style.
A custom corner banquette and round pedestal table make for a cozy breakfast nook in this gray-tiled eat-in transitional kitchen. Cabinets below provide handy built-in storage, while a pair of stools offers extra seating.
A spacious banquette makes for a cozy ambiance in this contemporary breakfast nook. Two chairs flanking the round pedestal table provide additional seating. Pops of red are added through the vintage-style wall clock, framed artwork and throw pillows.
Dark oak flooring anchors this kitchen and dining area's marriage of rustic and modern aesthetics: the kitchen's island and cabinets of barnwood and blue-painted fronts and the dining area's graphic designer wallpaper, traditional round pedestal table, and quartet of red acrylic chairs.
This dining room features a round pedestal table, slipcovered chairs, a delicate silver metallic chandelier, a framed Barnstable County map print on the walls, and a pair of triple-ball topiaries, which add a pop of color in the otherwise all-white space.
A dramatic cascading chandelier lights a curving staircase in this luxury Miami Beach retreat. Sinuous lines characterize this space, emphasized by the circular design of the mosaic tile floor and the round pedestal table. A soft, neutral palette gives the space a relaxed, yet elegant feel.
The open-plan living room transitions smoothly into this informal dining area, using the same soft neutral palette. A round pedestal table matches the finish of the hardwood floor, and an arched polished nickel chandelier echoes the arched ceiling of the dining space. Rattan chairs provide durability for the daily wear, giving the transitional space a more casual feel.
If you're dining on a smaller table, try adding depth by stacking elements. On this round pedestal table which seats four comfortably, most of the decorative elements were also chosen for their round shapes. The lack of corners saves room, and by stacking different materials from the chargers to the salad plates and varying the finishes, visual depth is created.
A round pedestal table holding an Asian tree is used as a living room divider and is flanked by a large beige sofa and a contemporary seating area with modern turquoise blue arm chairs. Arched window shades cover the large windows above three sets of French doors. The contemporary seating area features a zebra print rug and glass coffee table while both sections are accented with red throw pillows.