By Kamille Vasseur. Table. Published at Wednesday, July 12th, 2017 - 23:46:17 PM.
It's been more than fifteen years that I am staying with my family in the three bedrooms & hall apartment; I've witnessed the things change over the years, even the interior of the house has changed. However, there are certain things that we never want to change, and our dining table set is one of them. Our mind consistently keeps reminding us that the set needs to be changed, but the heart doesn't let us do that; probably there's some deep connection that we feel with the table, and mom says memories shouldn't be changed, one should be allowed to hold on to them forever. But, the question is, 'Is there anything we can do to improve the quality of the memories spent on the dining table set?' And the answer is Yes!
In the last fifteen years of my life, where new and evolved pieces of furniture and decor were brought into the house, I believe this dining table set is the best, and I feel a special affinity for it. No longer do we have to feel embarrassed by eating in batches or extending the table, it allows us all to sit together and enjoy a great meal. Apart from this, the table can be easily folded when not in use, thus making up for the constrained space in the room, an unquestionably good characteristic to have.
Every home's interior reflects the owner's personality. As everyone has different personality traits and so it is evident that their decor will also vary. But, if you wish to have a standard 8 seater dining table set, then buying a sober design with a glass top would be a perfect choice. A solid wood table combined with a glass top can match with many interior themes may it be traditional or modern. The glass reflects back light, thus highlighting your dining space and also adding up a serene feeling to the area. If you use tempered glass, then it will be an advantage as your table would become scratch proof and durable at the same time.
To avoid bumping elbows with the next person, everyone must have a comfortable "personal space" on the table, which is at least 24 inches in width. This space allows you to add a place or two when company arrives and stays in for dinner and you can be confident there won't be overcrowding. If you don't want chairs to bump against the wall every time somebody stands up and sits back down, there ought to be a 32-inch space between the walls of the room and the dining table.
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