What Size Table is Right for You?

What Size Table is Right for You?

You don’t need to be a designer to figure out what size table will work best in your space. We’ll share the tips and tricks we’ve gleaned over our years of building solid wood tables for dining rooms and kitchens all over the country!

First, you’ll need to know the measurements of the space where the table will be placed.

1. Measure table-to-wall clearance

Measure the space around the room. To allow diners to sit down and get up easily from their seats, try to leave 24”-48″ between your table and walls.

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Pro Tip: Using painters tape to mark the size of table you’d like is a great way to get a visual reference of what your new space could look like before you commit to a table size.

2. Measure table-to-furniture clearance

If there is furniture in the dining space, begin your 24”-48″ measurement from the edge of the furniture instead of the wall. This will allow you to get an accurate measurement for which table size best suits your needs.

Once you decide on a table size and style, head over to our shop and customize the perfect piece for you and your family to enjoy!

Picking the Right Finish

Picking the Right Finish

Picking the right stain or finish can be a challenge. You need to find the perfect color to match or compliment your current room design and decor. That’s why we are proud to offer the full line of Minwax  stain finish options

Visit our  stain color guide  to help familiarize you and your family with our finish options. Our furniture is built from solid, real wood; therefore every piece of DeWolf Custom furniture will have a unique appearance with some wood taking the stain lighter or darker and with slight varying hues.

We encourage you to browse pictures on our site to see how each stain can appear differently in each unique setting.  Please remember that lighting can change the appearance of any color. That applies to wood stain as well. Some pictures may have been taken in florescent, incandescent, or natural lighting which will also influence how the stain appears in each picture.