One of the areas that you can really get away without in your dining area is a matching set of dining furniture. These matching sets contain a set of tables and chairs that have matching materials and similar aesthetic attributes with each other. Many of the sets come with accompanying table cloths to continue with the symmetrical theme across the different components.
Furniture sets can be quite an expensive purchase to make, but there are plenty of budget options available too. In fact, a dining furniture set can be acquired brand new for under £100, and if you’re prepared to purchase secondhand and spend some time searching online at places like Ebay, the price can be even lower.
Of course, as with anything that you have to buy, you have product lines and brands which are targetted at people who just want something that does what it says it does, and others that target those who want to purchase a luxury item.
At the higher end of the market, dining furniture sets comes in rare and expensive wood varieties such as Teal and Mahogany, along with custom made and unique attributes adorned on the furniture. As you can no doubt understand, this can start to raise the price exponentially.
In fact, the most expensive piece of dining furniture is a breakfast table made by Thomas Tufft 200 years ago, which sold for 4.6M dollars. Obviously a large part of this is due to it being a collectors item, but unique sets with high quality materials and unique workmanship can also be sold for roughly £200,000, which happens regularly in the homes of the wealthy.