Square shaped rooms look best with a square dining table. Square dining tables are also a good solution if you don't have a large group to seat most of the time. A square table that can be expanded with leaves is good for the times you do need to seat more guests. Two square tables can be grouped together to create a larger rectangular seating arrangement for special occasions.
Ideally, a table with this shape should be between 36" to 42" across. Narrower rectangles can work well in a narrow room. However, if the table is any narrower than 36" you may find it difficult to fit place settings on both sides and also have enough room for food on the table. If you do prefer to have such a narrow table, you might want to consider placing the food on a sideboard, so guests can help themselves before sitting down.
In addition to the functionality of a round dining table over an angled one is the feng shui concept of harsh angles and their negative impact. “Poison arrows" come from angles, which shoot out negative energy. When a dining table has no hard corners or angles, this negative impact is minimized or altogether omitted for a much more healthful dining experience.
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