Published at Monday, February 12th, 2018 - 03:19:27 AM. Dining Room Table. By Cathrin Fischler.
On the other hand, if you and your immediate family use the table on a regular basis and you prefer an intimate setting when you do not have company over, then a round table will give you a much more personal setting. However, if you have more dinners with company than with just your family, then a rectangular table is much more convenient for everyone. There are two types of expandable dining room tables. The first kind is a primitive version, where you add the extra pieces or ‘leaves‘ of the table in when you need to expand. The extra leaf usually goes in the middle to make the table longer. Another version of an expandable table, and a much more modern choice, is a 3-in-1 table.
First, consider the size of your dining area. Measure the room where you’ll keep your dining table. Don’t forget to make allowances for chair space, and if diners can push back from the table without hitting a wall. Also, when diners are seated, will someone be able to pass behind the diners easily or is it a tight squeeze? Many people might shop on line for a table, so take note of the dimensions in the store’s on-line ad. If the table has a leaf or expands, will the table be a tight fit at its greatest size? That might be okay for a holiday dinner or large dinner party, but not suitable for a large family every day.
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