Plano TX Dining Room Furniture Antique-Style Bar Tables Pub-Style Released

A furniture manufacturer in Plano, TX has released a range of dining room sets. BT Furnishings prides itself on offering something for everyone, whether they want a formal or casual dining space.

Dallas, United States - October 18, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

Bt Furnishings, a furniture manufacturer based in Plano Texas has launched a new range of dining room furniture sets for traditional and relaxed environments. BT Furnishings explains it offers everything from five-piece dining sets, to antique-style bar tables, and pub-style furniture for cozy, relaxed environments at affordable prices.

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The newly launched range of dining room furniture is ideal for people who want to give their dining room a makeover for less. The dining sets available include the five-piece Alexis Dining Table Set, which features an extendable table and cross-back chairs with faux leather upholstery. The wood is finished in dark cappuccino and an Alexis Dining Bench can be added to the set to create additional seating for guests.

Large families or people who frequently entertain may benefit from the elegant seven-piece Camila Silver Dining Set. It offers elegance with a modern twist as it features a white marble table with six silver easy-care polyurethane chairs. Additional seating can be added to any order to cater for guests.

For a casual environment, the team at BT Furnishings recommend the three-piece Torjin Pub Set, which is ideal for apartments or homes with limited space. The Torjin pub set adds an element of urban chic to any space as it offers industrial-style adjustable-height stools that fit under a two-tone pub table. It is a distressed light rum-colored wood top with aged gunmetal accents. Two stools are included in the set but a third could easily be stored.

Another option for a casual dining room is the five-piece Centiar Pub Table Set, which has mid-century modern styling influences with its pub-style table and contoured bucket chairs with wipe-clean faux leather for easy maintenance. The two-tone table-top has a brushed bronze-tone metal base that would suit a modern kitchen or dining room.

A company spokesperson said: “At BT Furnishings our mission is simple, we want to transform people, communities, and homes. Value is valued by our team, which is why we offer a best price guarantee. We believe your home and payments should be comfortable, so you have the option to explore our no-interest, no-credit needed financing options.”

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Contact Info:
Name: Amber Thurman
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Organization: Bt Furnishings
Address: 4350 Gannon Ln, Dallas, Texas 75237, United States

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88981281

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