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Your dining room table is the place where everything happens. It’s where families gather for meals, where holidays bloom, and where your children will do their homework. That’s why it’s important that you find the right one.

The biggest obstacle to finding your table is the size and shape. It all depends on how big your space is and how many people you expect to be dining with.

Not sure what direction to go in? Let us be your dining table size guide. Keep reading for tips on finding a table that’s the perfect size and shape for all your needs.

1. Round

Round tables are the best choice for small dining rooms. They don’t take up as much space as square or rectangular tables because they don’t contain any sharp corners.

Round tables make it easier to see and talk to everyone at the table and are great for smaller, but won’t leave a lot of space to serve food from the table.

Size Guide

A four-foot diameter round table can comfortably seat four people. A five-foot and six-foot diameter one can sit six. An eight-foot will fit eight people and a ten will be able to seat ten.

These numbers can scale up or down depending if the table in question has a pedestal base or not.

2. Rectangular

If you’re working with a considerably narrow room then you’ll want to go with a rectangular dining table. They don’t take up as much room in dining rooms with this build.

Size Guide

This size guide is similar to the round table one. A four-foot one will sit four, a five-six foot one will sit six and so on.

The only difference is that a rectangular table that’s ten-eleven feet in diameter will fit a total of twelve people, not ten.

3. Square

Square tables make for a sort of intimate dining experience because everyone is an equal length apart. A square table is a good option if you’re placing it into a square room because the two will complement each other well.

Size Guide

When thinking about size, the larger the square table is, the harder it will be for everyone to comfortably reach for food. A four-foot one can fit four and a five-six foot one can fit six. We don’t recommend going up any higher than that.

4. Extension Table

Perhaps you only need a large table for during the holidays when you have a large number of guests with you. If this is the case, you can opt for an extendable table.

Keep in mind that if you go this route you’ll need to measure the table when it’s fully extended before you buy it. You don’t want to be surprised later when it won’t fit in your dining room.

Your Dining Table Size Guide

The dining room table is the place where so many events and experiences take place. It’s important that you choose the one that’s the right size and shape for your dining room. We hope you’re able to use this dining table size guide when you go shopping to find the perfect table.

Are you ready to get matched up with your dining room table? Contact us to ask about our showroom.