Tables, coffee tables and folding tables by GO IN
Welcome to GO IN, one of the leading providers of tables and chairs for furnishing cafés, restaurants, bistros, lounges or hotels.
Design your establishment with GO IN furniture innovations - the GO IN online shop has a wide range of tables, bistro tables, folding tables in any style for both indoors and outdoors.
Or visit our showrooms in London, Windmill Place - Unit 2-4 Windmill Lane, Hanwell. Or if you would like advice by telephone or email, please contact us under +44 (0) 84 50 21 / 46 46 resp. info©go-in.co.uk
Further information on the subject of Table & Chair
GO IN has the right table for your restaurant. Tables are used for a variety of purposes; the most common forms in the catering and hotel industry are:
As the name already suggests, a bistro table is mainly used in bistros, brasseries or street cafés. Bistro tables by GO IN are available in rattan weave with aluminium frames.
Combined with upholstered armchairs, a coffee table is ideal for lounges. Coffee table frames are available in beech stained and lacquered. Further colours: nature, cherry, mahogany, walnut, red, blue or green.
A folding table is mainly used in beer gardens, street cafés, on patios or other outdoor areas. Folding tables by GO IN can be adjusted in height; they are foldable, collapsible and stackable sideways and can be branded with your logo. Used materials: RESYSTA ®, teak, robinia wood, galvanized steel or powder coated aluminium.
Further common table types used in restaurants or the catering industry:
- Banquet tables
- Lloyd Loom Tables
- Patio tables
- Beer garden tables
- Standing tables
- Bar tables
- Side tables
- Designer tables
Combination of materials
Materials are very often combined. Material combinations for example from cast iron, poly rattan or marble give tables a special charm. Tables should not only stand out by their understated lightness but also provide an added value based on a wide range of options to use them. The design, manufacturing principle and assembly of inviting and tasteful tables and chairs should merge to form an elegant unit, which makes them stand out from traditional choices.
Overview of commonly used table materials:
- Wood/Wood effect
- Stone/Stone effect
- Marble/Marble effect
- Mosaic/Mosaic effect
- Rattan/Rattan look
- Polyethylene weave
- Glass/Glass top
- Stainless steel
- RESYSTA ®
The table and its functions
A table normally has four legs on which a rectangular or square table top rests. There are also tables with one, two or three legs and different table top shapes (round, oval, kidney-shaped). A table is used to bring items onto a higher level to make using them easier. Furniture, which is most associated with tables are chairs, which are placed in front of or around it to sit. However, there are also tables, which are used for standing up (standing tables or bar tables) and which do not require chairs. The most important function is the gathering of people having a meal together. This practice is a feature of almost all epochs and cultures. In the catering and hotel industry, tables are exclusively used for this purpose.
Ergonomic tips for restaurant tables
Tables and chairs represent elements of relevant living areas (catering, restaurant, workplace, school, university, etc.). The choice of proper tables and chairs is vital for being able to adopt a good posture or whether a person will suffer long-term back pain, neck pains, headaches etc. In order to avoid damage, we want to underline the important characteristics of a good table. Important ergonomic tips for tables:
- a fixed, non-adjustable table should be between 73 cm and 75 cm high
- the height of an adjustable table should be 65 cm to 75 cm
- the foot depth should be at least 70 cm
- the leg height at least 64 cm
- the work surface should be at least 14 cm wide
- a table with a mat finish is preferable
- the leg space for each person is ideally at 80 cm, free of supports, etc.
GO IN UK Ltd.
Commercial Chairs and Tables
Windmill Place - Unit 4
2-4 Windmill Lane
Hanwell - Middlesex UB2 4NJ
United Kingdom (UK)
Tel: +44 (0) 84 50 21 / 46 46
Fax: +44 (0) 84 50 21 / 46 47