The most important factor in buying round bar stools is the size. After all when you think about it, the dining table is one of the biggest single furniture in most homes. Whether you have a separate traditional dining room dedicated to entertaining or you plan to put your round dining table in the kitchen or breakfast room, it is important that you measure the space and choose a dining table that is comparable to the rest of the room.
The problem lies, not so much in buying round bar stools that are relatively small for space – it is your own personal taste and circumstances that will decide this. Instead, the problem arises with a round dining table that is too large for the room. If this happens people will struggle to move around the room and table comfortably and the environment feels narrow and closed. The widely accepted rule is that there must be a 900mm minimum gap between the edge of your table and the wall, not only to stop people from feeling like sardines but also so that when a dining chair is pulled out by a visitor, the chair does not brush against the wall.
The general consensus with round bar stools is that 762mm must be permitted per person; this is because the shape of the table means that the space allocated by people will narrow closer to the center of the table. The size of the table you need will vary according to how many people you plan to sit there. If you want six people to be able to sit at a table then go for a table that has a diameter of 1524mm.
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