Table tops ideas
Whether it's a dining table, a desk or the counter on the kitchen island, choosing the perfect table top is essential because it can give great character and identity to the whole space. Here is a selection of table top cover ideas, perfect both for refinishing an existing one and for creating a new one that matches the stoneware finishes of the whole house.
Porcelain tile table top
When considering table top design ideas for the home or office, aesthetics don’t always pair with functionality: a rough wood top, for example, will be more delicate and difficult to clean, while a simple laminate top will not really stand out much. This is where Atlas Plan porcelain tile table tops become the ideal answer to transform a simple table top into a designer piece of furniture, beautiful to look at but also extremely durable and easy to clean.
5 ideas for the base of the table
Stone, marble, cement and more: the wide range of finishes available offers endless customisation possibilities, able to embellish any room according to your tastes and needs. If you are looking for some style ideas for home or office tables, here is a list of suggestions to inspire you.
A deep black table top enriched by contrasting irregular veins immediately catches the eye, especially in large spaces. The final result is luxurious and impressive.
2. Ultra contemporary
Especially when combined with kitchen cabinets or floors, a stone-effect table top cover gives an ultra-contemporary atmosphere to any room. The material effect of Dolmen Pro Grigio flamed porphyry combined with the reduced thickness of the sheet is extremely pleasant even on small tables.
Elegant and bold at the same time, porcelain tiles in an solid black finish is perfect for those who want to create obvious contrasts but appreciate linearity without excesses. This is an extremely popular choice for dining tables, because it can be easily combined with any type of seating, from the simplest to the most structured and unique.
4. The protagonist
The oxidised metallic effect in the Blaze Iron color can give an original and suggestive twist to environments with neutral tones. This bold table top, tanks to its iridescent surface, can be softened by choosing rounded edges or a set of legs with soft lines.
5. Timeless classic
Few materials withstand trends such as the marble effect, always refined and prestigious: in private environments such as luxury restaurants, statuary marble effect porcelain tile table bases add a royal touch to any space thanks to their milky white background marked by elegant grey grains.
The Soapstone Dark effect to the touch restores all the material feature of soapstone, but with the resistance and practicality of porcelain stoneware. The dusty appearance is even more sophisticated when combined with ecru neutral tone surfaces and finishes.
A travertine-effect porcelain tile table is a modern but not trivial choice, which fits both in classically inspired environments and today's minimalist spaces. Since it matches most furnishings perfectly, it's a great solution for separating the kitchen and dining room.
Widely used in open spaces, the cement-effect stoneware table top is a sort of white canvas that allows great customisation: chic and sophisticated when combined with impressive leather chairs, it immediately becomes vigorous and decisive if inserted in contexts with a modern and dynamic design.
If the kitchen is the hub of the home, a table with a Desert Soul marble effect finish will make it even more evident: refined and eccentric at the same time, this surface is characterised by significant spots of color and unprecedented intertwining that shows best on large tables.
Brilliant without being flashy, the white marble effect gives a feminine and sophisticated touch that shows best on round or oval tables. The white background embellished with light grains makes this finish perfect for any space, from modern kitchens to more classic dining rooms.
With a slightly cooler shade than its Sand counterpart, the Pearl Travertine table top cover attributes simplicityand elegance to any space. The grey shade of the base creates a sophisticated contrast with wooden finishes and furnishing accessories, while seamlessly pairing with stone or concrete effect floors.
Those looking for ideas for unique and bold table top ideas will find the answer with Fior di Bosco marble-effect stoneware. The intense grey of the base is embellished with fine golden grains making it extremely original and personal.
Calacatta Borghini marble-effect stoneware slabs are the right choice for enhancing table tops, whether it's a conference room or the dining room where the whole family gathers. If combined with natural wood or copper tones, it is even more precious and welcoming, whilst adding a touch of warmth to ultra-contemporary and minimal environments.
Simple, yet full of rich details: Cream Prestige marble-effect porcelain tile is characterised by warm tones and almost imperceptible grains that make it extremely versatile. It is particularly appreciated as outdoor table tops, or when used as a kitchen countertop, adding a touch of style but without overwhelming the surrounding furniture.
The solidity and resistance of stoneware, but with the elegant and impalpable aesthetic rendering of clouds: the White Cloud color is ideal for lightening environments characterised by bold furnishings such as full-height kitchens. The very fine grains across the slab create an extremely delicate movement, making this finish ideal for countertops, table tops or large islands.