How to Design Oval Pedestal Dining Table

Feb 7th

Oval pedestal dining table is multifunctional. They are used to gathering around at meals, talking with friends and family around, doing homework, and doing crafts and playing board games. Most homes have a designated place for a dining table, and some of these spaces are large while others are small. The space you have, along with the needs you identify a dining table, will greatly inform your design.

Oval Pedestal Dining Table Design
Oval Pedestal Dining Table Design

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Determine the size of the space you have for your oval pedestal dining table. This aspect of the design is important so you know what kind of table will fit in your space. Measure the area so when you design your table you will have precise measurements. You may also want to put newspapers on the floor to get an idea of ​​how a proper table fits into the space. Browse through furniture stores to wake up your creative juices. Look at all the different styles of tables to help you decide what you like and what you do not. Take your measurements and use them to help get an idea of ​​what style of table best suits your space. If your space is long and narrow, you need a rectangular table that is not too big.

Design your new table to complement the style of your kitchen. If you have a modern look in your home, design the oval pedestal dining table to blend in with that theme. The modern style has clean, straight lines with a dominant, single color and tables are usually made of wood or metal with a glass sheet. If your style is more traditional, then your table will be made of wood, have curves and well-groomed, ornate legs. Choose woods that are considered deciduous trees, such as oak, maple, walnut, cherry and all. Hardwoods will keep up with everyday use better than wood that is considered soft, such as pine, ash, or birch. You also want to try to match wood from your table to other woods within the same area, such as kitchen and living room.