219 Boat Club

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Vaishnavi Nayel Talawadekar added this to The Essential Guide to Buying a Dining Table14 October 2018

GlassFrom frosted and stained to tinted and clear, there’s a host of variants in glass to pick from. If your room is already light-starved, glass is a good choice to avoid robbing it of more light. This will allow light to filter through unobstructed and fill your room with luminosity. Pros: Economical material for use as a tabletopCan last decades with proper maintenanceCons:Can easily reveal stains and fingerprints, and can chip or crack from heatStoneStone tabletops, including marble, composite, cement and quartz, can lend sophistication to your space. However, they are high on maintenance, requiring regular resealing and frequent cleaning.Pros: Sturdy and durable Cons:Extremely porous, with a tendency to absorb stainsCan chip or crack, and be difficult to restoreMore expensive stones like marble can be exorbitantly priced

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Saurabh Sachan added this to NCC9 August 2021

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