By . Dining Room. Published at Tuesday, April 17th, 2018 - 08:15:45 AM.
Never purchase a table without verifying that it will clear the doorway of the room it's going to occupy. It’s also crucial to leave a gap of at least 36 inches on all sides so that occupants of the table have room to push their chairs in and out when sitting.
If you want a cozy dining spot that's perfect for two but has the capacity to accommodate kids or guests when needed, consider a small-scale glass-top set. When it's just the two of you, place your extra dining chairs against the wall so you can focus on each other without the distraction of empty seats. And what's a romantic night without a little candlelight? Put your lights on a dimmer and-voila!-you have instant ambience!
To make sure everyone is comfortable, look for chairs with features like contoured backs and upholstered seats. Armchairs at the heads of your table can also lend a sense of grandeur to your dining area.
This do-it-all table is quickly becoming a staple of the high-activity household. The table’s elevated height is a great way to improve the flow of your kitchen, making service from countertop to tabletop a breeze. Many counter-height tables even offer practical under table storage for napkins, place mats and more! And with table styles ranging from ultra sleek to country chic, there’s a counter-height table for every kitchen or dining room.
Any content, trademark’s, or other material that might be found on the G7 Webs website that is not G7 Webs’s property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does G7 Webs claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.
© Copyright 2018 G7 Webs. All Rights Reserved.