No real matter what shape you select for a table, you should allow at least three feet between your table edge and an obstruction such as a server or wall. This provides sufficient space for individuals to move across 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.
Make the most of your dining area by selecting the right size dining set for your space, plus your dining and entertaining needs. Whether you have a traditional dining room or a designated dining area in, or offset from, your kitchen, it's important to choose a set that will not only accommodate your loved ones and frequent dining guests, but will also fit your space. However, discovering the right size dining table and chairs for your room may also be easier said than done. Many homes are open concept, and the area can be misleading. Here are some guidelines to help you choose a set that will fit your dining area and help make sure that your room looks balanced.
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