Special Long Ethan Dining Table for Luxurius Look
Both square and round tables have disadvantages, so weigh the pros and cons before you buy. Square tables don’t work well in rectangular dining rooms because seating on two sides of the table is closer to the walls, making family members and guests feel crowded. Even if the room is large enough that diners won’t bump into the wall as they sit down or get up from their seats, the mismatch in proportion creates a crowded feeling. If you need to pull up an extra chair for a dinner guest, someone has to sit at the awkward corner. Round tables can pose tipping hazards when they are supported by a single center pedestal. Before you buy, it’s best to lean on a round table and apply pressure to see how sturdy and steady it feels. Opt for a round table that has a wide pedestal base to sufficiently support the weight, or multiple legs.