Published at Monday, February 12th, 2018 - 03:38:30 AM. Dining Room Table. By Cathrin Fischler.
Room size is the most important. One will need after all other furniture is added to the room in the form of china cabinets and buffets, etc., 30" to 36" of space around the dining set. This is to accommodate the scooting of chairs out from the table and people walking around the table. If the family is very large, that is the size of the person, or in the use of overstuffed chairs at the table, the free space around the dining room set increases to 48". Each person should have 22" along the perimeter of the dining set for eating comfort, this will also accommodate a 20" x 44" area in the center of the table for food.
Once the homeowner has determined the area needed to accommodate it for his dining needs, the next area of consideration is the shape. They come in three shapes, oval, round and rectangular. The largest of the oval and round sets is 60". The largest of the rectangular tables is 144" x 40". The next considerations will be kind of wood to be used, the type of finish of the wood, the type of legs preferred, whether to have a drawer under the table top installed, and the kind of apron for the table. When dealing with custom built dining room tables, sometimes the thickness of the table top can be chosen. The style of and the wood used will make the difference. Many wood tables can have the option of leaves which will greatly increase the versatility of the dining room table, when a smaller table is desired.
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