56" Round table with claw foot ped

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Here's one of my favorites. It doesn't have all the bling like some of my other tables, but it's a real beauty.


56" round, custom microsuede cloth, black 6" vinyl rail, 3/4" raised rail, nickel decorative nails, Bombay Mahogany stain.



 

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I've always liked this table.
 

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Chanman, what's your opinion on size of round tables and # of players?

Gorgeous table. I'd love to own one someday when I have the space for more than one.
 

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It depends mostly on the type of chairs you use. If you use big cushy chairs with armrests, the you'll need more space per player. I normally allow about 22" per person for tables, so for a round table 56" is good for 8 players.
 

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My table is 55" round and I think 6 players is a good number to be comfortable. I don't have any cup holders so leaving a little room for the players to reach back to a drink/snack table is good in my situation. I could squeeze 8 if needed, but if you think you will have 8 players more often I'd go with a 60".
 

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Yeah it really depends on your situation. Like I said, size of chairs matters. Other things like size of players, side tables, etc are a factor as well. You can see from the pictures that 4 chairs are lined up around half of the table and looks roomy enough. For me and my friends, we're all pretty small and can fit 10 players around a 42"x78" table, whereas most people prefer a 44"x96" table to fit that many players.

I always suggest to anyone who asks me about size, to make a cardboard mock up of the table size and see how many you can fit around it comfortably in their own environment.
 
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