Published at Tuesday, October 10th 2017, 01:07:04 AM by Sabine Kuester. Kitchen Table
Traditionally, square or rectangular tables have been the choice for American homes when it comes to having a dining space in the kitchen. The common belief is that it makes a better use of the space. The truth lies somewhere in between. While the same size square table can offer more table space than round kitchen tables, the tradeoff, at least in some homes with more challenging space, is less room to maneuver around it. With round kitchen tables, you get the added advantage of the softer lines of the table, allowing everyone to spread out a bit more, particularly with a pedestal model. Because there are no hard edges, a round table will not only give you more elbow room, but allow your guests to get in and out of their chairs more easily, especially if space is a little tight.
If you want a little more real estate to put out a spread, you may want to forgo the bistro table and get something a little larger. This really depends on the space you have available in your kitchen, as round kitchen tables come in all sizes. One of the benefits of going with a round table is that it appears a little more open, leaving your kitchen feeling less cramped. However, to get the same approximate square footage of table space on top, you may have to go with a slightly larger diameter than you ordinarily would.
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