Published at Wednesday, March 27th, 2019 - 03:47:55 AM. Dining Room. By Edgard Courtois.
The basic and minimum dimensions for a dining room are based on the number of persons to be seated and the way in which the dining table is arranged. For a minimum of 4 persons, the dimension is 8’ x 11’ 6” and above. For 6 persons, you need to have a 10’ x 13’ or 12’ x 10’ and above. For 8 persons, it should be 10’ 6” x 15’ or 13’ x 11’ and above. For at least 10 persons, you need a size of 11’ x 15’ or 13’ x 11’ and above. When the width has to be less, the dining table, the crockery cabinet is placed at the end along the length of the room to make it appear longer. If the room’s width can be bigger, the dining table and buffet can be arranged along the width of the room to make the room look a bit shorter in length.
You will need to consider your space wisely before hitting the furniture stores. A really great warming accent that is easily added is an area rug. Even in a room that is carpeted, an area rug can help accentuate your dining area furniture and tie the whole room together. Use occasional pieces to give your formal dining area a cozier, lived in feel. Ultimately, your dining room should call not just to guests, but to your family to gather daily to share in each other’s lives. Buying the right furniture will make the difference. Plus, there is something to be said for that continued rite of passage for children to graduate from the ”kids table” to the ”big table”. Keep the spirit of family dining alive by finding the right dining room furniture to fit your home.
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