Round Narrow Kitchen Table with Integrated Look
The trick to squeezing a table into limited space is creating the illusion that it hasn’t been squeezed in at all. Choose a table that’s small enough to allow at least three feet of free space around it, more if it’s in a thoroughfare. If your style leans toward minimalism, you’ll want even more room around the table to add to the feeling of space.If you’re in the market for a new rectangular table, you’ll have many to choose from. It’s the go-to shape for most people, after all. An option like chunky, rounded legs is a far more interesting choice than one with the square or turned legs we’ve come to expect.