How do I choose a good dining table set for my home?
Most people give a lot of thought to a new sofa. They try it for comfort, to debate their color, and to think long and hard about which style is the best. However, dining tables rarely receive such attention. Generally people go for something in wood, simple in shape, and call it a day. But that is not just a missed opportunity; It is often a mistake. Choose the wrong table and you will see that it will not look or work the way it should.
Do not let this happen to you.
First, measure your dining room, and take note of the hallways inside it. You want to make sure that you have enough space to move around the room easily, and that goes for when the chairs are removed from the table. So add at least 36 inches of space to the perimeter of the table when figuring out the best option for your room and 48 inches if the chairs again on a main street.
Another note about the size: Even if the room is on the small side, do not go very small with your table. It is counterintuitive, but the use of furniture too small in scale can make the whole room look smaller than it is. It is better to go to a smidgen too large than too small, as long as you can move through space with relative ease.
The proportions of the room will also inform the shape of the table. Square and circular tables will work well in rooms that are square, and ovals and rectangles generally work best in longer rooms. If you are using a buffet, make sure you take that into account when plotting your space. You can change the available surface area from a rectangle to a square or vice versa.
Next, consider how many people you want to accommodate. Maybe you want the flexibility of extra seats for holiday dinners. If so, but the space is tight, try a pedestal table. With no legs to work, you can often squeeze in another place or two.
Once you have the shape and size of the table in place, it’s time to think about the finishes. Wood is the most popular, of course, and with good reason. It is attractive, inexpensive, and provides a lovely, organic warmth. Not all wood is created equal, however. Stick to one with a rough-hewn surface if you have kids in the house; Any dings they provide just add to its charm. If it’s just adults chez vous, you can go for something more refined. A smooth surface will not only look elegant, but also be very easy to clean.
Although not as ubiquitous as wood, marble is also a great choice for a dining table. It may lack the warmth of wood, but it has its own organic appeal that works particularly well in modern settings. If the marble is out of budget, try the glass. It has lots of same stones qualities for a fraction of the price
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