Miscellaneous

Create Family Traditions at the Modern Dining Table

Dining tables are an essential part of everyone’s home. Without dining tables and chairs, families would be relegated to eating dinner out of boxes or off TV trays in front of the television. While eating in front of the TV may have evolved into a family sport for many busy families today, it certainly isn’t ideal for bringing families closer together.

The Monticristo CollectionThe dining table, therefore, is integral in helping to promote family bonds. A meal shared together intimately in close proximity to loved ones gives different generations that quiet time necessary to not only discuss the happenings of the day but allow younger members of the family to share in memory making moments that will last a lifetime.

While many people don’t remember every aspect of their childhood, there are quite a few that can recall a different time when sitting down at the dinner table with family was a normal, everyday event. Family members took special time to open themselves up to each other and really focus on enjoying time together. The camaraderie and fun that ensued was vastly different from the distraction of entertainment media that influences us today.

Whether eating dinner, playing cards or putting together puzzles, the modern dining table can once again be a place to reconnect with each other, build family values and share stories of the past. Let The RoomPlace help you in your family’s memory making with our collection of traditional dining room sets. Furniture that will become part of your family’s shared legacy for generations to come.

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