Are you thinking about hosting a party at your home? You want to be a warm and welcoming host to your guests and, at the same time, show your style and personality without coming off as a braggart. While hosting a party, the dining table should be your prime focus. As a matter of fact, it's your dining table that makes a statement and speaks volumes about your personality. A dining table holds a key position in your family. This is the place where friends and family dine and share good conversations. This is why buying a dining table merits some attention to details. Among many factors you need to consider before buying the right dining table for your home, the shapes and sizes of this key furniture item require special attention. Here are some tips that can help you make the right decision.
Size of the Table. To allow each person to have ample elbow space when they are eating, you should select a dining table that provides at least 24 to 30 inches of surface area for each person. If you are purchasing a rectangular table, you will need to add about 12 inches of surface space for the people who are seated at the foot and the head of the table. Additionally, picture the table in the room that you are purchasing it for. Will it look proportionate to the room? Will the dining room swallow the table up? Will the table look overwhelming in the room? These are important factors when purchasing a table for a dining area. When you are taking measurements of rooms and dining tables, keep in mind that if you want to seat six people, you should aim for a round table that measures about 60 inches or a rectangular table that measures about 72 inches.
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That brings us to our next point when shopping for dining tables. Always make sure you have the space in your dining room. You never want to be stuck with a table that takes up so much room, that it doesn't leave room for dining chairs. There is still a lot more to know about the dining table. However if you want to get the skinny, then you'll have to wait for 'A Closer Look at Dining Tables, pt. 2'. For now though, I hope this article has given you a better idea as to why Dining Tables are such an important piece in our daily lives.
Modern/Antique: Adjustability: Antique dining tables can add a sense of age and character to a room, but offer their own shopping challenges. If the table has leaves, be sure you take them out and try them before you buy, to make sure they fit correctly and match the finish of the rest of the table. If you're buying an old farmhouse table or similarly rustic piece, check the height to make sure it's suitable for dining (29-30 inches is standard), and try sitting at the table with the dining chairs you plan to use. (Some old tables have aprons that hang down from the top, making it hard to slide your legs underneath.) Quality: Last–but certainly not least–buy the best table you can afford. You'll remember the quality long after you've forgotten the price and indeed! A circumstance of receiving a `Heavy Discount` on some selected items purchased through an agent or retailer directly wit bargaining facility to desired customer.
The dining set, comprising of dining table and chairs, is the focal point of the dining room décor. The table and chairs that you select for the dining space should be complementary to the environment of the room. Apart from budget, the area of the dining space, the material and the design of the furniture should be taken into account while selecting dining tables and chairs. Dining Tables and Chairs Sizes. A spacious dining room requires large whereas small sleek dining sets can be easily accommodated in smaller dining areas. For regular family meals, a four to six-seater table is appropriate for most living arrangements. However, for large family get-togethers or for entertaining guests, you may need extra dining space – this is where larger extendables come in which can accommodate 8 to 10 diners happily. Dining tables with removable leaves are a popular choice in a large number of modern homes. These tables can be adjusted accordingly to accommodated diners during special events. In a dining set, the table and chairs are selected to match each other. However, if you are buying chairs and tables separately, make sure that the design, color and materials of the chairs complement the table and are at an optimal dining height.