Chess Tables

People buy chess tables for various reasons: some really need a great spot to display a more special chess set, some others want the kids to have a corner where to try their skills and many others merely look for a nice piece of furniture that would match their hobby.

Some chess tables are entirely made of wood, and manufacturers usually have to perform a whole range of technical processes to make sure there are no modifications due to temperature or humidity. If there is a flaw in the design, wood-made chess tables could get cracked or scorched.

Consequently, the use of a veneer inlay in the structure of the chess tables guarantees there are no expansion problems whatsoever. Don't imagine veneer to be some synthetic material; we are actually talking about pure essence wood sliced in the thinnest manner possible. So don't be surprised if chess tables with veneer inlays are a bit more expensive than solid wood ones.

Most chess tables are conceived in such a way so as to ensure a high quality standard; game pieces are included in the structure together with special game boards. Thus, chess tables are very often used for other games as well, and backgammon, checkers and dice are among the most common ones.

Besides wood, stone is sometimes included in the manufacturing of the chess tables as well; warm colors and matching materials make the happiest of combinations. Some models are even designed according to the client's specifications so that they are unique in both materials and decorations.

The stone part of such chess tables is usually to be found in the structure of the boards, and marble is among the most common choices. Black and white marble squares are considered both stylish and classic, but they definitely don't match any type of interior. Before ordering a chess table for a room, make sure it fits well in the background particularly in terms of color and materials.

Chess tables come in a variety of models and designs, so that it is almost impossible not to find one that matches the rest of the interior of your house. From the most modern, to the very classical carved ones, the prices of chess tables vary accordingly. To get an idea of how much you'd have to pay for one, take a look on Internet sites that promote and sell such items.