Best Planning and Distribution of Rectangle Dining Table

Feb 10th

Rectangle dining table – Turning the kitchen into one of the rooms of the house around which family life revolves is a trend in the design of kitchens.   More and more households are looking to make their kitchen a multifunctional space, where in addition to cooking, it is possible to eat and dine comfortably. Contrary to what many may think, having a kitchen with dining room is not a tendency reserved for large spaces, but in any kitchen, however small or irregular, it is possible to create a dining area. The only requirement is to study the best planning and distribution of furniture.

Rectangle Dining Table Wood
Rectangle Dining Table Wood

Close an annexed terrace to integrate it into the kitchen is the best solution to gain useful meters and brightness. This new space, in front of a large window, will become the ideal setting to locate a dining area. An idea of ​​distribution is to place a rectangle dining table accompanied by a pair of chairs and a wooden bench – in the same space occupied by two chairs three people sit. In addition, it will be very practical to have extra storage areas where you can store crockery, glassware and tablecloths to serve the table. To do this, nothing better than a couple of showcases as in these two kitchens or any other furniture made to measure, an excellent option to get the most out of the space.

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Extendable rectangle dining table and folding or stackable chairs are perfect furniture to save space: they leave the free passage when they are working and when they are needed; they form a daily dining room. When planning the distribution of the kitchen it is important to locate the dining area at a point where the table does not obstruct the passage, either attached to the wall or to a central island.