Question: How many inches does a person need at a table?

Each person needs a minimum of around 24 inches (61cm) to eat comfortably, although some tables and chair designs (such as wooden benches) can allow more people to squeeze in when required.

How much space is needed per person at a table?

18 to 24 inches A general guideline is to allow for 18 to 24 inches for every person at your table, but that measurement can flex up or down depending on your unique space. Tiny Tip: Allow for cozier seating with a round table (instead of rectangular) and bench seating (instead of chairs).

How much room do you need for 1 person at a dining table?

At a dining table, expect each person to need between 1 foot 6 inches and 2 feet of space. Estimate 2 feet to allow plenty of room for comfortable dining. As for depth, each diner requires at least 15 inches.

What is the size of a 12 seater dining table?

Rectangle, oval, square and round table sizes2 seater dining table size12 seater dining table sizeRound dining table sizesMin: 26″ Ideal: 3ft8ft (244cm) 9ft (274cm)Rectangle/Oval dining table sizes2×26″ (61x76cm)12×46″ (366x135cmSquare dining table sizes26″ (76cm)8ft (244cm)

How far apart should legs be on a table?

58 between the table legs (72 - 14). Most dining chairs are 16 - 20 wide and youll want several inches of space between the table leg and the first chair and between each of the chairs.

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