It’s no secret that we love to have everyone around our dining table. Particularly in special occasions and holidays!!!
So, when it comes to outdoor dining tables, the bigger, the better. But what is the right size for outdoor space? There’s a few things you need to keep in mind.
The first thing is the size of your outdoor dining space. You need to make sure that the table you choose will fit comfortably in the space you have available. Make sure everyone can walk around the table.
The second thing to consider is the number of people you typically entertain. If you frequently have larger parties, you’ll need a large outdoor table to accommodate everyone. However, if you typically only have a few people over, you can get away with a smaller table. Or why not consider an extendible outdoor table?
The third aspect to consider after choosing your table top, make sure the table base gives you enough leg space to sit comfortably. There’s nothing worst than hitting the table base when you’re using your favorite heels on a special evening!
Also, don’t leave this behind! The shape of your table…
Here’s a quick guide to help you make the best decision depending on your space:
Are best for smaller spaces or for more intimate gatherings. They seat four people comfortably and can fit up to six people if needed.
These are perfect for larger spaces or for more formal gatherings. They can go as small as to seat six people comfortably or as large as to sit ten or twelve people.
Oval tables are a great option for those who want the best of both worlds. They’re perfect for smaller spaces but can accommodate more people than a round table. They seat six people comfortably and can fit up to eight people if needed.
Now that you know what size table is right for your space, it’s time to choose the perfect one for your home. Check out our great selection of dining tables to find the perfect one for your needs.
Ohhh and don’t forget… After your table and base are set, make sure you consider the size of your chairs as well. They play an important role in the right sizing of your outdoor dining space. Do you prefer side or arm chairs? Or Both? Take into consideration that side chairs take up less space than arm chairs, but some people find that arms are a must