Published at Wednesday, April 11th, 2018 - 18:11:12 PM. Dining Room. By Clementine Gaetane.
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If you don’t have the space for a formal dining room, look for opportunities to leverage another space to do double duty. This center entry hall also functions as the dining room. Built-in seating adds storage, and a narrow table ensures free traffic flow behind dining chairs.
Guests sitting around a typical dining room table are likely to feel more formal than those sitting in a standard counter or bar table. This simple difference in table height can lend itself to an ambience that is more intimate and relaxed. Kitchen counter height tables are great when you host small gatherings so that you can step away from the table to prep more food without seeming like you are walking away from the meal.
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