By Brigitte Schreiber. Dining Tables. Published at Saturday, February 24th, 2018 - 06:45:15 AM.
Drop Leaf Dining Tables at Mom`s House. When my mother got married, she outfitted her home with a complete coordinated set of furniture-a matched master bedroom set, a cocktail table and end tables, a desk for my dad. But the pride and joy of her home was her dining room table. It was Colonial style, pine with a maple finish, and round, 70 inches across. It came with a leaf that would make it oval, and it was easy to seat twelve guests for Thanksgiving dinner.
Square, round, rectangular and oval ones are usually available in the market. While some designers also experiment with one-off shapes conforming to kitchen design ideas.
On most days, Mom`s dining room table was pushed up against the wall; it projected less than two feet into the room. If we needed a little more space-for homework or a craft project-we would lift one side and slide the movable table legs to support the tabletop. Clear off the table when we were done, drop the side, and the dining room would have a clear passageway again.
A Dining Table for Your Small Space. When decorating your small and quaint space, you have to take consideration on what kind of furniture you should put. The thing about furniture is that you have to take consideration the size and amount of these items based on the space that you have. Sometimes, you can do without some of it since nowadays, there are furniture that can function as two things. One example is the dining table/study table or coffee nook and the list goes on. Before we go into what kind of table you need to buy for your space, you should never forget the essential part of pre-decorating - know the measurements! If you have a clear idea of your space area, make a 2 -2 1/2 feet leeway from the walls and table edges. Below are some of the items you can choose from for your small space.
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