No matter what shape you select for a dining table, you should allow at least three feet between the table edge and an obstruction such as a server or wall. This gives sufficient space for individuals to move around the table, and in and out from their seats. Alternatively, more than six feet remaining between one wall or obstruction and the table means that the set is too small.
Flip top tables are another great option for expanding seating. A flip top table is distinguished with a table top that is doubled over on itself. Since it is unfolded it is either rotated or shifted on the table base for support. Inside the folded state they could be used as console tables in the dining area, or behind a sofa in the living room as a sofa table.Like the flip top table, a tilt top table can be positioned near a wall with the table top tilted to a vertical position. When needed the table is moved away from the wall and the table top is laid horizontal.
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