No matter what shape you decide on for a table, you should allow at least three feet between the table edge and an obstruction like a server or wall. This gives sufficient space for folks to move round the table, and in and out using their seats. On the other hand, more than six feet remaining between one wall or obstruction and the table means that the set is too small.
When you purchase your table, you might want to look into table pads as well. Table pads tend to be felt-covered on the trunk side and vinyl at the top surface. They usually are covered over with a table cloth when used. The pads protect the table top from hot dishes and moisture and can drastically prolong the life span of your dining set.If you opt for table pads, look at a protection plan like Protection First. Furniture that's worth buying will probably be worth protecting and such a plan will help you take care of your investment in order that little mishaps don't cause a major eyesore.
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