Published at Saturday, February 10th, 2018 - 19:42:50 PM. Dining Room Table. By Marlene Brahm.
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.
The first thing that you need to consider is how many people your dining room table is meant to seat. Consider large occasions as well as small ones; for instance, how many people are going to be seated during dinner, when it is likely that the whole family is going to be dining together? This is something that can make a big difference as to the model of the table that you buy. Is your home a center for special occasions and do you routinely host events? The truth of the matter is that the more people you host, the bigger your table should be!
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