Square or rectangular tables will be the most popular, so you'll find the most options in that category in terms of styles, sizes, and extensions. But a round or oval table can provide you a bit more space to move around, since it cuts off the corners but still offers a good surface area. For tighter rectangular spaces, the oval might be your best option, said Dyer. Harris added, Round or oval tables can be great for parties and conversation because there's no head of the table, too. As for squeezing people in, you're limited only by the perimeter of the table-but you can lose just a little space for serving pieces once you have all your place settings at a round or oval table.
Sit in the chair for quite a while; don't go in one to the other prematurely. You will need your guests to linger over dinner conversation, so make sure that the chair is comfortable for a longer period of the time. It should be wide enough for your guests to be comfortable. The chair should support the back and allow one to maintain your feet on the floor.
Sign up to receive updates and join our one subscriber that see what's new with my Konoha's Blog!