Dining Room. Tuesday , April 24th , 2018 - 08:28:00 AM
The size of the table is important as well. Be sure to allow approximately 48 inches between the table and the wall, so no one is uncomfortable getting into or out of their chairs. A round table fits well into a small room, while a larger room can accommodate a rectangular table.
Shape and structure obviously play their parts in the various styles of dining room tables, as well as the materials used and the functionality available. All aspects play a part. But style is not so much dependent on a single factor. And, when picking a dining room table, it's really about what fits your needs, both decoratively and functionally. Maybe you want something that isn't necessarily flattering, but gets the job done. Maybe you want something that is going to be used a lot every single day but still looks beautiful and elegant. There really is something for everyone, and this can make shopping for dining room tables a somewhat enjoyable experience.
In addition to your table, chairs, and hutch, there are some fun furniture items you can add to your dining room if you have space. You can add a wash stand-a great option if you are designing and old-fashioned or Victorian-style house. You may also want to consider a silver chest or a tea cart. You can also add a china or curio cabinet-these usually have beautiful glass doors, sometimes with mirrors behind them. Pie safes are a fun addition. You can even add a wine rack to your dining room. Don't forget that along with your beautiful furniture items you will want to add accessories: china and tea sets, candlesticks, chandeliers, paintings and mirrors, vases of flowers, and place settings are just a few of the possibilities.
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