Here at Kilcroney Furniture we are delighted to announce new ranges in our Dining Furniture from our European Supplier. Arriving into our store for September. As all return to school its the perfect time to come and visit the store and plan a few changes.

There are so many shapes and sizes of dining tables. The look of your table is important, of course, but making sure it fits your space and gives enough seating is even more critical.

Your table needs to allow for the number of diners you want to seat comfortably and still leave enough room for to walk around it. The width of your table should be at least 90cm wide so there is ample space for place settings as well as food.

Round tables are great for small spaces. They fit in tight spaces and have no sharp corners to bump into. You can usually fit more people around it because it has no corners. Pedestal tables are even better, as they offer more legroom.

A rectangular table works well in a long, narrow room. It leaves more room for traffic flow. For most tables, as the table length increases the width increases as well. When a table has an extension it is a real plus if it fits within the table when stored.

Go square. If your room is square, a square table, like a round one, makes for a more intimate dining experience because everyone is an equal distance apart. Also it will look great mimicking the room shape around it.

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