7 Foot Dining Table

7 Foot Dining Table

Comments ↩ Send me emails about new comments. Send me emails about new comments. Add New Comment Showing out of comments 4 months ago Marie I looked for my dining table for years. I entertain a lot. My must haves are recessed legs so you can squeeze in more people and use different chairs without anyone’s knees hitting a table leg. To me the table needs to facilitate people connecting which means seating people close together. I want rounded corners so no one hurts themself. I want a sturdy, narrow table with lots of leaves, rounded corners and pedestal legs. Very hard to find. over 1 year ago Barb I have a 90″ round pedestal table from the 1930’s with 12-10” leaves. We have a set of 8 chairs for the table in the round and then a variety of straight back chairs around the house to accommodate more. Our table works wonderfully for the two of us and can accommodate up to 25 or so when company comes. It also works well as a buffet table when all the cousins gather. over 1 year ago Lisa Cronin Plume I would add that leg placement is critical. Squeezing people in is cozy until your legs are straddling a table leg or your knee is hitting stylish looking bracing. I vote for pedestal legs for that reason in the dining room over 1 year ago savorthis We build lots of custom dining tables primarily with local hardwood trees we mill into slabs. We’ve made everything from a square table (an inch taller than normal to accommodate a tall couple) to a 12.5′ claro walnut private chef’s table with a steel “river” down the center. The best part of that process is finding out what each unique need (want) is and being able to fulfill it both in good design and function. More than anything I love the feel of a wood slab table and that every tree we cut open will have its own distinct grain and figure and story. A good dining table is something you can invest in knowing it will age gracefully, withstand years of use and be passed along. over 1 year ago Tucker & Me The Northeast Kingdom of Vermont is a treasure trove of great finds. Many years ago, and I mean many, I snagged a beautiful round table (48″) with 3 leaves turning it into a significant oval that seats 10 comfortably, 12 intimately. Did I say the leaves have there own hand hewn case to hold them. The price was spot on, and I wouldn’t trade it for the world even if the squeeze is sometimes tight. 🙂 over 1 year ago kitpollard I love my dining room table with all my heart. It’s a 70-inch round, perfect for 4 people on a regular night, but it has hidden panels, so it opens to a larger round that comfortably seats 10 and squeezes up to 13. It’s wood – Danish, 1960s. I found it in a shop that specializes in mid-century furniture – when I saw it, my heart actually started beating faster. That was 7 years ago and I am still obsessed with it. over 1 year ago Leslie Stephens Assistant Editor, Food52 I love this!! over 1 year ago amysarah amysarah is a trusted home cook. Good piece. A couple of things I’d add – a critical variable for size, especially in a tight space, is clearance around the table – i.e., between table and wall. Rule of thumb is 36″ to comfortably get in/out of a chair, but I’ve done it with 30″ in small apts. Also, re squeezing extra places at the table – an inset leg (top overhangs) vs a leg right at the edge allows more tolerance. Lastly, I love chairs with arms too, but they definitely occupy more space. If that’s an issue, with a rectangular table arm chairs at the ends, arm-less on the sides is a good compromise. over 1 year ago amysarah amysarah is a trusted home cook. I meant, minimum 36″/30″clearance. (Where’s that edit button?) Add Comment Showing 9 out of 9 comments
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7 Foot Dining Table

4 months ago Marie I looked for my dining table for years. I entertain a lot. My must haves are recessed legs so you can squeeze in more people and use different chairs without anyone’s knees hitting a table leg. To me the table needs to facilitate people connecting which means seating people close together. I want rounded corners so no one hurts themself. I want a sturdy, narrow table with lots of leaves, rounded corners and pedestal legs. Very hard to find. over 1 year ago Barb I have a 90″ round pedestal table from the 1930’s with 12-10” leaves. We have a set of 8 chairs for the table in the round and then a variety of straight back chairs around the house to accommodate more. Our table works wonderfully for the two of us and can accommodate up to 25 or so when company comes. It also works well as a buffet table when all the cousins gather. over 1 year ago Lisa Cronin Plume I would add that leg placement is critical. Squeezing people in is cozy until your legs are straddling a table leg or your knee is hitting stylish looking bracing. I vote for pedestal legs for that reason in the dining room over 1 year ago savorthis We build lots of custom dining tables primarily with local hardwood trees we mill into slabs. We’ve made everything from a square table (an inch taller than normal to accommodate a tall couple) to a 12.5′ claro walnut private chef’s table with a steel “river” down the center. The best part of that process is finding out what each unique need (want) is and being able to fulfill it both in good design and function. More than anything I love the feel of a wood slab table and that every tree we cut open will have its own distinct grain and figure and story. A good dining table is something you can invest in knowing it will age gracefully, withstand years of use and be passed along. over 1 year ago Tucker & Me The Northeast Kingdom of Vermont is a treasure trove of great finds. Many years ago, and I mean many, I snagged a beautiful round table (48″) with 3 leaves turning it into a significant oval that seats 10 comfortably, 12 intimately. Did I say the leaves have there own hand hewn case to hold them. The price was spot on, and I wouldn’t trade it for the world even if the squeeze is sometimes tight. 🙂 over 1 year ago kitpollard I love my dining room table with all my heart. It’s a 70-inch round, perfect for 4 people on a regular night, but it has hidden panels, so it opens to a larger round that comfortably seats 10 and squeezes up to 13. It’s wood – Danish, 1960s. I found it in a shop that specializes in mid-century furniture – when I saw it, my heart actually started beating faster. That was 7 years ago and I am still obsessed with it. over 1 year ago Leslie Stephens Assistant Editor, Food52 I love this!! over 1 year ago amysarah amysarah is a trusted home cook. Good piece. A couple of things I’d add – a critical variable for size, especially in a tight space, is clearance around the table – i.e., between table and wall. Rule of thumb is 36″ to comfortably get in/out of a chair, but I’ve done it with 30″ in small apts. Also, re squeezing extra places at the table – an inset leg (top overhangs) vs a leg right at the edge allows more tolerance. Lastly, I love chairs with arms too, but they definitely occupy more space. If that’s an issue, with a rectangular table arm chairs at the ends, arm-less on the sides is a good compromise. over 1 year ago amysarah amysarah is a trusted home cook. I meant, minimum 36″/30″clearance. (Where’s that edit button?) Add Comment Showing 9 out of 9 comments
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7 Foot Dining Table

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7 Foot Dining Table

Aragon 7 Foot Dining Pool Table – White $2,499.00 4.5 Stars based on 2 Review(s) Andrew Troy, MI 4 Stars I would recommend this item to a friend. Great table for the price April 6, 2016 I just received my White Aragon pool table today. Everything is as described, and it’s a great quality table for the price. I’ve deducted 1-star based on the both the design and quality of the material used for the holes. They look and feel a little cheap. That said, the rest of table seems like great quality and the white trim and modern lines look exceptional with the rest of our d

7 Foot Dining Table

7 Foot Dining Table
7 Foot Dining Table
7 Foot Dining Table