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Create A Well Designed Space with A Rectangular Dining Table

In modern spaces, dining tables make a bold statement and also serve as functional furniture that can be used daily as a place to enjoy meals. Rectangular dining tables, in particular, add elegance and style to traditional and contemporary decor styles. Modern rectangular dining come in various sizes, styles, and finishes, making them the perfect addition to any space, regardless of square footage.

Bestselling Rectangular Dining Tables

No matter your design preferences, there are plenty of modern rectangular dining table options available. Narrowing down your choices will be largely based on the functional needs of your space combined with aesthetic preference. Drawing inspiration from the existing furniture and decorative accessories in the space is the first step to choosing the perfect rectangular dining table for your space.

Many of the bestselling rectangular dining work well in traditional dining areas and feature a variety of premium materials, complimentary light and dark wood finishes, and convenience options like removable leaves that are perfect for entertaining large parties. Top-selling wooden dining tables in this category seat up to 10 people and come in small, medium, and large sizes. There are also several popular oval dining tables that add elegance to dining room dominated by traditional furniture, lighting, and decor.

For mid-century modern spaces, look to rectangular dining tables that features solid hardwood cherry tabletops combined with splayed legs made of matching cherry wood or anodized finished in brushed nickel. First popularized in the 1950s and 1960s, mid-century modern furniture is versatile enough for use in minimalist, traditional, and even ultramodern spaces.

In minimalist or contemporary spaces, there are several top-selling rectangular tables to choose from and choosing a table with chairs from a different furniture line is a fun way to add interest to a dining room. Don’t be afraid to get creative with the you choose to go with a rectangular table. For a streamlined look, make sure all the chairs are matched and consider picking chairs that are part of a leather collection. Alternately, try mixing things up by choosing chairs that contrast the style or finish of the table.

Other Things to Know About Rectangular Dining Tables

With the vast array of sizes, styles and material options, choosing the perfect dining table for your space can be challenging. After thinking about style, the next step to think about utility. Ensure the that the table you ultimately choose will easily fit into your space – you don't want a really large rectangular table in a room with minimal square footage nor would you want a smaller table in a larger room. Also be mindful of the existing decor in the space and use it as inspiration when shopping for a rectangular dining table. Also remember the right dining room living is essential not only for daily activities in the space, but also to bring out the natural beauty in your new rectangular dining table.

Modern dining rooms are often the hub of activity in the home so it is important to carefully consider your day to day needs when shopping for the ideal dining table. Using a combination of personal preference, room size, and functionality will make the selection process easier.