How To Make A Dining Room Work In A Small Space

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Small apartments and houses can sometimes come across as cute and chic. But admit it or not, we can’t deny that living in one is such a hassle. I don’t know about you, but one of the biggest problems I encountered while living in a small house is that there is little to no space for a dining room.  I know, if you’re living on your own or with your partner, you can just eat on the kitchen or even in bed while watching TV. But come on, that’s not the proper place to eat. Having a dining room or even just a dining table with chairs around it is important because you’ll get the right area where you can eat your heart out, entertain visitors, conduct dinner parties and even celebrate Holiday occasions.  Living in a small space can limit your options when it comes to this particular topic but it is not entirely impossible. Believe it or not, there are ways in order for you to have a dining room, even if you’re living in an apartment or a house that has a relatively small floor space.

Use A Round Table Instead Of Rectangle – Round tables can actually seat more people than rectangular ones.  Plus, rectangle tables also take up more space due to it being longer and wider. What’s also great about using a round table is that you can easily place it in a corner and it will still work the same without eating a lot of space or minimizing the amount of people that can sit around it.

Be Creative With Your Table And Chairs – Another good way to maximize the space is to be creative. There are a lot of options, especially when it comes to tables. The Foldable, Pull Out or even Built-In tables will do you great because you can just remove them after you’re done eating and you’ll have extra space that you can walk on. You can also use double purpose chairs that will work with the table.  Using bar stool is a great option because it’s an all around chair that doesn’t take up much space and you can easily carry them around and place them against the walls if they’re not needed.

Go Tiny – This can actually work a lot for you. Using a tiny table and chairs is very logical considering the amount of limited space you have. Just make sure they’re stylish enough so they can come off as chic.