Dining Room. Thursday , May 17th , 2018 - 15:14:48 PM
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.
Another option for your dining room table and chairs is to get a table that is long yet not very wide. When placed lengthwise in a room, it can make the room longer. It offers the added benefit of leaving more space around the table and chairs itself, allowing guests more convenience and a little more elbow room. If you use chairs on one side and a bench on the other side of a skinnier table, you can gain even more room in a small dining area.
Choose Your Furniture Carefully- If you will be entertaining frequently, choose a very solid wood. The darker the wood the better, as it is often easier to disguise any stains that may accidentally occur. A harder wood will often withstand scratches and dings, but may need more frequent polishing to keep it looking beautiful.
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