No wonder that the dining room is one of the most important rooms in the house as it’s a gathering place, a conversation place and a bonding place for family and relatives. It’s considered to be a vital room of the household, that’s why it should fit with your taste and style. Dining room always reflects the owner’s personality and style. Do you know that dining room table and chairs are one of the most obvious and first choices to come in your mind when you decide furnishing your dining room?
When it comes to dining tables, they come in many different shapes. Make sure that your dining table matches for your room and your needs as well. Here are a few dining table shapes that will help you create a flow and makes your space look and function better:
Rectangular dining tables. This type is the most common type because most dining rooms are rectangular. Also, it is good to seat more than four people.
Square dining tables. This type makes square rooms look best. It offers a good solution if you don’t have a large group to seat most of the time. They provide intimacy and a satisfying solution to seating small number of people.
Round dining tables. It the best shape for small gatherings. In case you prefer a round table over a rectangular and at the same time you want to seat a large number of people, go for a round dining table with an extension leaf.
Oval dining tables. They are very similar to the rectangular ones in all their characteristics except their look of course. They seem to occupy less room than a rectangular due to rounded corners.
Always keep in mind before you buy a dining chair that it should be both comfortable and stylish. Once you have made a decision about styles, materials, colors and brands, it’s easy to pick out the one that fits you the most.
Here are a few factors that will help you choosing your perfect dining chair:
Measure for size.
Arm or Armless?
Picking a style.
Do you know that your dining room furniture is a big investment as it can be moved to other settings? Keep in mind to match the room of furniture, not the other way around.