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Thursday, May 28, 2009

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Large Round Dining Tables

Recently, one of my readers asked me where she can purchase a large round dining table that seats 8 similar to my Berkley Vallone’s post (see photos below).  I have decided to answer her question through a blog post in case other readers had a similar question.
To seat 8 people, a round dining table should be at  least 72” in diameter.  Here are a couple of tables I found through my search:
 rosemnt-rddiningtbl-4 rosemnt-rddiningtbl-6
Rosemont Round Dining Table has a beautiful walnut finish.  This table is 60” with a expandable leaf of 20”.  Best of all, it’s eco-friendly! It’s made out of sustainable harvest wood. Cost $3,000
Dining Table 1 Another great table.  The Cherry Round Dining Table is 60” long with a 16” leaf. Cost $2,149
Dining Table 2
I really like this one! Made out of birch hardwood and covered in a Silver Snow finish. This table extends to 84”. Cost $2,499
For more of a casual look, you may want to consider these tables:
Monroe 72” Round Table by Crate and Barrel. Cost $1,999
Dining Table 3
The Marceline Round Dining Table extends to 72” Cost was not listed.
I hope this answers your question!
Readers if you have a design question similar to the one above, feel free to email me at info@eyinteriorsblog.com and I will feature your Q & A on my blog!

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At May 29, 2009 at 10:55 PM , Blogger Maria Killam said...

Love the last 2, great idea!!

At June 1, 2009 at 3:06 PM , Blogger Kathy said...

I have come to appreciate (and prefer) round dining tables. I think they make it so much easier for conversation and dining. Love your examples!

At June 2, 2009 at 9:57 AM , Anonymous SOPHIE DAHY DESIGNS said...

My grandmother had a beautiful round dining table that I loved sitting at as a child. You always felt a part of any conversation!

At June 3, 2009 at 4:48 PM , Blogger Gina @ The Shabby Chic Cottage said...

Those are all seriously beautiful. But, isn't it just as "earth friendly" to redo a table that is only destined for the dump? I'm just sayin' (please don't throw Manolos at me).

At June 3, 2009 at 4:52 PM , Blogger Tiaa @ EYInteriors said...

LOL! I agree, Gina! If she is willing to do the leg work to restore the table, that would be a great option. Thank you for visiting my blog!


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