Topped with heavy-duty leatherette or other durable materials, table protection pads have a soft, cushioned bottom that will not scratch or damage your wood or glass table. The durable top can withstand spills, hot dishes and sharp edges that would otherwise harm your table.
Most furniture items are made of softwoods, which come from coniferous trees. Examples of softwoods include pine, larch, spruce, cedar, fir and Douglas fir. Less often, furniture is made from such hardwoods as oak, maple, mahogany, birch, teak, walnut, poplar, aspen or elm. One of the biggest differences between these types of woods is durability. Softwoods are less dense than hardwoods, making them less durable and more susceptible to dents, scratches and stains. Softwoods are also less fire-resistant than hardwoods, and show burns more easily when a hot object is placed on them.
Table pads protect your table from spills, scratches and other damage. When using a table protection pad, you can have peace of mind during family dinners, game nights and everyday occasions. You will know that a spilled glass of wine, stray game piece or hot dish will not stain, scratch, dent or burn your beautiful table.
Many table manufacturers offer a table protection pad, but a custom designed pad is ideal. A custom table pad fits your tabletop perfectly, even if it's irregularly shaped, ensuring that every inch is protected. Custom pads are available in a wide variety of styles, including colors and textures such as wood grains or leather. These beautiful styles eliminate the need for a tablecloth, make clean up easy and fit right into your existing decor.