Dining room small

Discover creative ideas to maximize your small dining room. From space-saving furniture to clever decor tips, create a cozy and functional dining space.
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LESS IS MORE! Looking for the absolute best simple centerpiece ideas for your kitchen or dining table? I’m a professional designer and organization expert who has compiled my favorite 10+ strategies here for you! Plus, today you can download our FREE Mini-Design Guide!👈

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CharlesTed Home
Decoration, Design, Home Décor, Deco, Hotel, Home Decor, Mesas, Chair Design, Table

1. Material: lychee-like leather, imitation wood table top, round table top, environmentally friendly desktop, wearable / easy to maintain. Iron wood imitation wood spray paint: table legs, chair legs. 2. Product specifications: chair: 70 * 46cm (height x width); table: 60x74cm (diameter x height); table thickness: 2.5cm; packaging: 1 table, 2 chairs. multiple colour. 3. Product details: modern paint scratch-resistant bracket, U-shaped backrest, user-friendly design, comfortable backrest…

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Plusone Kreatives
When it comes to rugs, size matters. I see this all the time… the “too small” dining room rug. Your rug should be large enough to accommodate both the dining table and chairs, even when they are pulled out for seating. A good rule of thumb is to add 24 inches minimum to each side of the table so there is enough space for the chair legs to be on the rug when someone is sitting in the chair.

When it comes to rugs, size matters. I see this all the time… the “too small” dining room rug. Your rug should be large enough to accommodate both the dining table and chairs, even when they are pulled out for seating. A good rule of thumb is to add 24 inches minimum to each side of the table so there is enough space for the chair legs to be on the rug when someone is sitting in the chair.

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Amy Rebekah Interiors