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Gather Around Your Dream Dining Room Table
Dining room tables offer more than just delicious meals and mouthwatering desserts. They bring people together to enjoy lively conversations and create lasting memories. Bring home a beautiful table that will fit your home and your family’s personality. RC Willey has a vast assortment of options for you to choose from, so sit back and enjoy shopping until you find the kitchen table of your dreams. First, choosing a contemporary option keeps your home looking fresh and current. Industrial dining room tables will give you darker tones and finishes with wood and metal, while a rustic dining table will keep the wood finish more natural. Another style with softer finishes and a distressed appearance is farmhouse style. If you are looking for something sleek with clean lines, try our modern collection.
Tables come in varying heights from standard, to counter height, to bar height. Select the right size based on the space you have available and the people that will be sitting there. Whether you are playing games, doing arts and crafts with your little people, or simply chatting, our sturdy dining room tables will become the gathering place for your home and help you create lasting memories.
Frequently Asked Dining Room Table Questions
- What type of dining table shape is best?
- What size table do I need?
The answer depends on two things: the shape and size of your dining room. An oval or rectangular table might work best for you if your dining room is also rectangular and has plenty of space. Opt for a round or square table if your space is more intimate and you only have 3-4 people dining there regularly.
To get the right size, simply measure the length and width of your dining area. Once that is complete, subtract six feet from both the length and width. By doing this, it grants three feet walkways on all sides of the table. This will give you the maximum size for your dining table, although you can go smaller if you’d like.