Published at Monday, February 12th, 2018 - 03:03:35 AM. Dining Room Table. By Irma Schlechter.
Consider the construction quality of a dining room table. Do you want something temporary, until you decide to redesign your dining area again? Or do you have an active lifestyle with a busy family, and expect the table to withstand much wear and tear from countless meals and homework projects over the years? Many pressed woods are of high quality, but they are sensitive to extreme heat. If a ceramic tiled dining room tabletop catches your eye, consider what might happen if a tile is chipped or damaged. Does the store offer any type of warranty for damage? Then there’s upkeep to think about. Some tables may look pretty on a showroom floor, but keeping them clean is a chore. For example, consider the modern look of a glass or acrylic table top. How smudge-free is the surface? You should consider if the table surface will be easy to clean, or if it’ll show every smudge and fingerprint.
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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