After purchasing dining room furniture from Casual Dining, be sure to complement its beauty and quality by making sure that it is adequately arranged in your dining room or kitchen. There are many important things to consider while completing this process. However, once it’s finished, you’ll be left with a functional and beautiful new space. Here is a guide to arranging your new furniture from Casual Dining.
· Allow Room to Serve Meals: There should be enough space between the wall and the dining room furniture for the host or hostess to serve guests drinks and food. This passing zone should be a comfortable width of about three and a half feet. If your casual dining space is small, try positioning the table so you can at least access one or two sides without trouble.
· Give Family and Guests Enough Breathing Room: There’s nothing more bothersome while eating than feeling uncomfortable in a crammed space. Try to give each person about two feet of space to eat. Since some people tend to use their body to express emotions or emphasis while conversing, take particularities into consideration and adjust accordingly.
· Provide a Comfortable Amount of Depth: Be sure to place dining chairs or bar stools at least twenty inches behind the eating surface. This allows your family members or dinner guests to get into their chairs easily. Once they are seated, make sure they feel comfortable knowing that they can adjust this depth to maximize their comfort. It’s also important to provide enough space for them to back up—for most adults this is about one and a half feet.
Here at Casual Dining & Bar Stools, we love helping our guests design the perfect dining space. That’s why we offer excellent customer service and a selection advantage that always guarantees that what you want is what you get. To learn more about our high-quality dining furniture, visit our website or call (858) 578-5881.