Dining room. Friday , September 22nd , 2017 - 22:39:03 PM
Whether its once a year or every night, we want our family and friends to be happy in the dining room with more than just our excellent food and company. Catering equally to tall, small, robust or svelte loved ones is a good goal. If you follow simple ergonomics guidelines when buying your dining table and chairs, your guests will feel comfortable and return again and again.
If the chair has armrests, it needs to support the forearms without shoulders being raised. The height of the rests should be 7 to 9 inches above the seat.
A round table usually has one pedestal leg, offering extra leg room. I like the timber footrest on the bottom of this pedestal, as those seated can raise their feet off the ground and get a little extra support.