Shop for tables – 240cm deep from multiple webshops

With Furniture Ferret you can search dozens of shops for 240cm deep tables (2.4m) suitable for any living room. Please find the results below. You can also search for many different types of furniture, bathroom fixtures and white goods by size, colour and price.

€919

Width: 100 cm
Height: 74 cm
Length: 235 cm

Every table is unique, with varying grain pattern and understated colour shifts that are part of the charm of wood. Solid wood is a hardwearing natural material which can be sanded and surface treated when required. acacia/black 235x100 cm. SKOGSTA / INGOLF Table and 6 chairs. Great if you are looking for a 240cm deep table. Get it from IKEA.

€1,009

Width: 100 cm
Height: 74 cm
Length: 235 cm

Recommended if you are searching for a 240cm deep table. Every table is spectacular, with varying grain pattern and understated colour shifts that are part of the charm of wood. Solid wood is a hardwearing natural material which can be sanded and surface treated when required. acacia/black 235x100 cm. SKOGSTA / NORRARYD Table and 6 chairs. At IKEA.

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€949

Width: 100 cm
Height: 74 cm
Length: 235 cm

Ideal as a 240cm deep table. Every table is one-of-a-kind, with varying grain pattern and natural colour shifts that are part of the charm of wood. Solid wood is a hardwearing understated material which can be sanded and surface treated when required. acacia/black 235x100 cm. SKOGSTA / NORDVIKEN Table and 6 chairs. From IKEA.

€69

Width: 160 cm
Height: 1 cm
Length: 230 cm

Perfect in your living room or under your dining table since the flat-woven surface makes it easy to pull out the chairs and vacuum. The rug is suitable for outdoor use because it’s water resistant and made for easy care. light blue 160x230 cm. MORUM Rug flatwoven, in/outdoor. From IKEA.

What is the best colour for a table?

If you have the option to choose between different colours for a table that fits your space and budget, it is helpful to know how different colours work together. The two main things to consider when it comes to colours is balance and associations. Balance means that the colours should ideally be coordinated, so that the room looks like a unit instead of a random collection of elements. Usual techniques to achieve this are considering a colour wheel, and choosing colours that are either quite close to each other, or quite far. Associations with and emotions connected to colours are also important. In all likelihood these emotions are cultural and learnt, which means that they can be quite different in different cultures or just for different individuals. The associations can even be contradictory, making it even more difficult to use them as a guide. Blue is often connected to productivity, but also stability, calmness and even sadness. Green is undoubtedly the colour of nature, and is said to be associated with safety, luck and envy (though in other cultures this latter is yellow instead). White can be associated with peacefulness, cleanliness, innocence and emptiness, and, for example, mourning in India. Red is thought of as the colour of friendship, willpower, leadership, desire and anger, which is a very wide range of emotions. But it is clear that in nature, it means danger and importance, so you probably need to put it next to a neutral colour to allow the eye to rest. These associations are so varied that these guidelines all seem to boil down to just this: pause and see what the colour means for you.
€349

Width: 170 cm
Height: 1 cm
Length: 240 cm

Suitable in your living room or under your dining table since the flat-woven surface makes it easy to pull out the chairs and vacuum. The beauty is in the uniqueness. handmade multicolour 170x240 cm. this rug is handwoven making it one of a kind. RESENSTAD Rug, flatwoven. The rug is hand-woven. Shop now at IKEA.

€69

Width: 160 cm
Height: 1 cm
Length: 230 cm

Suitable in your living room or under your dining table since the flat-woven surface makes it simple to pull out the chairs and vacuum. The rug is ideal for outdoor use because it’s water resistant and made for easy care. rust 160x230 cm. MORUM Rug flatwoven, in/outdoor. The rug is machine-woven. At IKEA.

€329

Width: 170 cm
Height: 1 cm
Length: 240 cm

A flatwoven masterpiece in long-lasting wool with a colourful stripe pattern that livens up the room – just as nice by the sofa as under the dining table. BUDDINGE Rug, flatwoven, handmade multicolour/stripe pattern, 170x240 cm Each BUDDINGE rug is a charismatic handmade work of art. Get it from IKEA.

€75

Width: 170 cm
Height: 1 cm
Length: 230 cm

VONSBÄK Rug, low pile, dark blue, 170x230 cm The vintage expression has the charm of looking worn and adds a special character to the room. The pile is very low and works just as well by the sofa as under the dining table. The pattern looks faded and worn, which gives the rug a vintage look. At IKEA.

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€69

Width: 170 cm
Height: 1 cm
Length: 240 cm

Suitable in your living room or under your dining table since the flat-woven surface makes it easy to pull out the chairs and vacuum. Use STOPP anti-slip underlay for increased safety; to be placed under the entire rug. dark blue 170x240 cm. FASTERHOLT Rug, flatwoven. The rug is hand-woven. Buy it from IKEA.

€69

Width: 160 cm
Height: 1 cm
Length: 230 cm

Suitable in your living room or under your dining table since the flat-woven surface makes it easy to pull out the chairs and vacuum. The rug is suitable for outdoor use since it is made to withstand rain, sun, snow and dirt. beige 160x230 cm. MORUM Rug flatwoven, in/outdoor. The rug is machine-woven. Shop now at IKEA.

€69

Width: 160 cm
Height: 1 cm
Length: 230 cm

Perfect in your living room or under your dining table since the flat-woven surface makes it simple to pull out the chairs and vacuum. MORUM Rug flatwoven, in/outdoor, dark grey in/outdoor, 160x230 cm. The rug is ideal for outdoor use since it is made to withstand rain, sun, snow and dirt. Get it at IKEA.

Questions and answers

How do I measure the space to fit a table in?

Measure both the width and the depth of the area where you'd like to put a table. The easiest way is to use a measuring tape. Hold the beginning of the tape down at the edge of the area, and let it run to the other edge. If the distance is larger than what you can stretch to, ask someone else to assist, or split what you need to measure into multiple parts. This can be done by either holding the tape down halfway and continuing running it while letting the first end go, or by marking how far you have measured on the floor or wall, and start a new measurement. If you want to avoid drawing on the floor, you can position a pointy object like a screwdriver there. You should avoid dead places where the piece of furniture won't be able to go like electric sockets. Also don't forget to measure how high the space is wherever the ceiling is uneven.

How can I find the least expensive 240cm deep tables on Furniture Ferret?

On every search page one can choose to order the results by their price (lowest or highest first), or relevance. Click on the button just above the first table, after "Order by", to change how the results are ordered. Ordering by relevance will show the table at the top that contains most of the search terms, while sorting by price will show the least expensive or most expensive table at the top. Change the order to "Price: low to high" to see the cheapest 240cm deep tables on Furniture Ferret.

How do I spot a bargain when buying a table?

You can check what the expected price of a product in this section is by looking at the median value. The median price is 75 euros which means that exactly half of the tables costs more and half costs less. Most of the tables here cost from €69 to 1,009 euros. This means that 9/10 of the products are between the two figures. The average price of tables in this section is 361.36 euros.

From the history of furniture: Tables And Sideboards Part 3

An example of a wine-cooler and also a pair of knife-boxes is given in Figure 12. Indeed, in convivial days, these wine-coolers were very important parts of dining- room furniture, and were arranged to hold six, eight, or twelve bottles; and one holding eighteen bottles belonged to General George Washington himself, and is now in the possession of some of his descendants, with a large number of the bottles which stood in little compartments, intact, and each capable of holding a gallon.

Major Church, of Rochester, New York, has an autograph letter from General Washington, addressed to Colonel Hamilton, in which he says that he is sending him a wine-cooler capable of holding six bottles, one of four which I imported during my term of gov ernmental administration." There were elegancies of many kinds at Mount Vernon, and the General himself looked after the furnishings of the house, as well as after the purchasing of his own, Madam Washington's, and Miss Custis' clothes. These were imported from England, and were bought by his factors in London in pursuance of minute directions given in the voluminous letters which the General wrote with his Own hand and despatched by every ship. The very " minikin " pins with which the clothes of Nelly Custis were to be fastened were not too small items for his attention, and he gave special orders for her doll to be dressed in the "newest fashion."

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