No longer are table bases designed to pale into the background below the featured table top. Conical bases are here to elevate the humble table base and make a bold statement of the solid structure that holds the top aloft. Unmissable chunky designs, available in eye-catching finishes, these bases ensure every inch of space is fully utilised to create the desired aesthetic.
Conical bases also help achieve more muted, flowing, organic lines throughout a scheme as the tapered curves of a conical base are much softer than a traditional straight base.
Benefits of Conical Table Bases
Conical table bases are available in a range of styles, sizes, materials and finishes.
Conical table bases do not obstruct diners’ chairs in the way that a four legged table can.
Conical table bases are more flexible, if tables are pushed together, for instance, diners can sit all around the combined table - there are no legs in the way.
While traditional pedestal bases are unobtrusive, conical bases make a feature from the base, creating visual intrigue.
Conical table bases are easier to move around without damage. Dragging a 4 legged base causes damage and eventually loss of the trailing leg.
As conical table bases are often chunkier with a larger column than say our standard inox bases, they are great for supporting tops of a greater weight
Similarly, they'll provide greater stability outdoors if windy weather conditions are a concern. However, if you have an uneven surface outside you may want to opt for a three legged base, that will be better suited to finding a natural equilibrium or a self-adjusting table base such as the Nouveau.
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