No matter what shape you select for a dining table, you should allow at least three feet between your table edge and an obstruction such as a server or wall. This gives sufficient space for individuals to move round the table, and in and out off their seats. On the other hand, more than six feet remaining between one wall or obstruction and the table means that the set is too small.
Marble is a big investment, but without exception marble dining tables are almost always showstoppers. Tables crafted from quality imported marble are really beautiful. Buy without guilt if you truly fall in love with one - marble's timeless appeal can make it a table that is always popular - but do remember that a marble tabletop comes with a handful of drawbacks. First, marble tables of any sort are bulky and heavy. Second, they need to be well looked after, as the marble can crack and stain. In order to avoid stains, keep carefully the table cleared and clean at all times, covering it with a tablecloth or placemats when burgandy or merlot wine and foods that can damage marble are on the menu.
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