Morning routines vary from family to family. Some families enjoy exercising and drinking coffee, while others prefer to stay in bed and have breakfast wrapped up in a blanket. Breakfast bed tray tables are a must-have piece of furniture for people who indulge in a morning meal in bed. Modern bed tray tables serve the function of a laptop table too. Besides, bed tray tables are comfortable for people with disabilities.
Bed tables offer wooden, mosaic, glass, or natural/artificial leather surfaces, and foldable or non-foldable legs. Tables with non-foldable legs are solid, whereas folding tables are multifunctional and practical.
Wide variety of materials
Bed tray tables are mostly made of wooden materials such as oak, cedar, or maple. Their surfaces are easy to clean and do not absorb unpleasant odors. For long-lasting protection against hot dishes and pans, the surface should be covered with polish or wax.
Aside from wooden tables, bed tray tables can be made of other materials. Metal tables are very durable. They are useful for serving breakfast as well as placing personal computers. Glass tables are transparent or tinted. These low-maintenance materials look attractive and are resistant to scratches. Plastic tables are lightweight and can be found in unusual shapes and colors. Bamboo is one of the best materials for bed tray tables. These tables are lightweight and look beautiful.
When it comes to choosing a design for a tray table, make sure you consider the interior style of your bedroom.
Classic style – relatively massive tray tables made of maple and oak. They are chocolate brown in color, have few decorations, and rounded corners.
Minimalist style – plain glass or wooden tables. Glass bed tray tables are extremely practical and can be used as:
A picnic table
A compact and lightweight table for picnics - you can both cook and serve food on these types of tables.
A board game table
You can play a board game without getting out of your bed. Surrounding tray lips will prevent items from falling over.