Published at Thursday, March 28th, 2019 - 04:40:12 AM. Dining Room. By Nanette Levy.
The basic and minimum dimensions for a dining room are based on the number of persons to be seated and the way in which the dining table is arranged. For a minimum of 4 persons, the dimension is 8’ x 11’ 6” and above. For 6 persons, you need to have a 10’ x 13’ or 12’ x 10’ and above. For 8 persons, it should be 10’ 6” x 15’ or 13’ x 11’ and above. For at least 10 persons, you need a size of 11’ x 15’ or 13’ x 11’ and above. When the width has to be less, the dining table, the crockery cabinet is placed at the end along the length of the room to make it appear longer. If the room’s width can be bigger, the dining table and buffet can be arranged along the width of the room to make the room look a bit shorter in length.
One of the biggest issues in dining room furniture arrangements and especially in formal room arrangements is storage for various dining accessories. Those miscellaneous items like bread warmers, condiment servers and napkin rings can be a chore to find a home for without making a room look cluttered or junky. When you are planning out your room arrangement, plan to include another piece of furniture totally unassociated with eating and there are a couple of different approaches to this.
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