Diagram of the various diameters available for Circle Tables with recommended dimensions and seats possible
Circular Dining Tables are space efficient tables designed with a variety of common diameters for specific seating arrangements from small two person tables up to larger twelve person designs. By removing corners, round tables have smaller footprints than square or rectangular tables but are ultimately less flexible because round tables cannot be connected to other tables easily. Small round tables for two start at a diameter of 2’6” | 76 cm and grow up to sizes for four to six people at of 3’-4’6” | 91-137 cm. Large circular tables for groups of 10-12 people have diameters between 7’-8’ | 213-244 cm.
Circle | Round Table Sizes Common Questions
What sizes do circular tables come in?
Round tables range in size from four person tables with diameters of 3' to 10 person tables with 8’ diameters.
How big is a circular table for 6 people?
Round tables for six people should have an overall table diameter between 4’-4’6” | 122-137 cm.
How big is a circular table for 8 people?
Round tables for eight people should have a table diameter of at least 5’ | 152 cm.
How much space should be between a table and a wall?
Clearances of at least 36” | 91.4 cm should be provided from the table edge to a wall or other objects near the table. A clearance of 48” | 122 cm is recommended for maximum flexibility and movement.
How much space should be allowed between a dining chair and table?
A depth of 18” | 46 cm for the movement and use of dining chairs should be provided around dining tables.
Are round tables more space efficient than square tables?
Round tables are more space efficient than square or rectangular tables because their lack of corners results in a smaller footprint.