Published at Monday, February 12th, 2018 - 03:36:27 AM. Dining Room Table. By Cathrin Fischler.
At the furniture store, don’t succumb to sticker shock and don’t settle for the first price you’re quoted. Don’t be afraid to haggle. Many salespeople work for commission, and it’s to their advantage to not just show dining tables, but sell them. Often a store will have a clearance section with designs that are being phased out. Other times, a store might be willing to slash the price tag for a floor model. If you know you’ll need extra chairs, ask if you can purchase two extra chairs for your dining table, instead of settling for four or six. Stores might match the ad sale price of another store, or even offer you free delivery for your new dining table.
Square Dining Table - A square table construction would be ideal for a couple without kids, or a small family of up to four people. Square tables are usually built small, so they are ideal within space-constricted dining areas. They are also quite mobile compared to other types. They might not be quite ideal for households that entertain a lot, or who regularly dine in a long room. Rectangle Dining Table - This is the most common shape for the dining room‘s main piece. A rectangle table can give a linear, organized feel to a regular room, and would be great for families with several kids or extended members like uncles or cousins (parents can sit on either end). Having a rectangular table also means never having to worry for buffet space come Christmas or Thanksgiving time.
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