Whether you build it yourself or order your own piece, design your own 60 round dining table to ensure you get exactly the look you want. Many factors go into the design of a dining table. Take the time to think about what you want and need from the furniture to choose the best design for your room. After all the hard work, you can enjoy a custom dining table for your family and guests.
24 Photos Gallery of: Standard Height of 60 Round Dining Table
Analyze your use for the dining table. Imagine how many people eat on it regularly. Also show how often you use the dining table while entertaining to help you determine the best size and design for the table. Measure the dining room to see the table design fitting. Take care of the chairs, leaving enough room to push the chairs in and out. Leave enough room to easily walk around the table when people sit in the chairs. If you want to buy a round table and wonder how long it will be, there’s no need to worry. Thankfully, the furniture industry has standardized dining table heights, which makes it easier for consumers to mix and match tables and chairs to their wishes and know that the pieces will work together as far as the height is concerned.
Standard Dining Table
Whether a dining table is 60 inches around, 32 inches around, oval, square or rectangular, the standard height is about 28 to 30 inches from the top of the table in the floor. A rule of thumb in the furniture industry sets the chair seat height of about 10 to 12 inches less than the table height, which sets the standard mat chair seat height of about 18 to 20 inches. Counter-height dining table, also called pub tables, is the height of a standard kitchen counter, which is 36 inches from the floor. After 10-to-12-inch rule of thumb, which gives versus height chairs a seat height of 24-26 inches.
Bar-height tables are usually 42 inches from the floor, and bar stools or bar chairs have a seat height of 30 to 32 inches. If you want to buy bar height or contrasted chairs make sure to measure them before you buy them, as they are both often just called “bar stools” and sometimes no description of their seat height is given. Take part of chairs with weapons. Measure them to make sure your arms will fit under your table. Also look out for low or wide table aprons. Some common height dining tables have aprons – wood panel that attaches the legs to the desk – which reduces the amount of space under the table.