Dining Room. Published at Monday, November 21st 2016, 14:55:19 PM by Nanine Deschamps.
Dining room is the most used place to entertain family and friends. Dining room is the place where you can show your style while you are eating and laughing together. A comfortable setting is your main priority when you are arranging table in dining room. You do not want your guests eat in a cramped space, right? So we will give you basic tips to arrange furniture in your dining area. Have a look.
Measure the spaceMeasuring the space is the most basic tips for decorating the room. You cannot buy the furniture if you haven’t measured the room’s space. Don’t forget to bring the measurement chart when you go shopping for dining table. Please keep this in mind that the space between table and the walls should be at least 36 inches wide when you put the table in the middle of the dining room. The reason for the space is to accommodate people getting up and pushing the chairs comfortably from the table. It is much better if you can make the between-space 42 to 50 inches wide. With this in mind, you can measure how big your dining table should be and pick the right one.
Pick the tableIf you like to gather your family and friends, you’ll need a large table to accommodate all. Most dinner party have 8-12 people sitting at one time. If you have large room, a dining table that could accommodate 12 people won’t be a problem. It could be a problem for small room. A table with removable table is the best solution in that situation. You can open the leaf when you have dinner party and fold it when you don’t need it, so the table won’t take space in small dining room. Make sure you have 24-30 inches space on the table surface, so that a guest won’t knock the other guests at their elbow. With these tips, arranging the table in dining room can be much easier.
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