First, be wary of giving into trends, said Christophe Pourny, a master furniture restorer and the author of "The Furniture Bible," who noted that a good table should last at least five to 10 years. "If you get something too funky, with too many weird details, one day you may wake up and wonder what you were thinking," he said. "Keep it simple and sturdy."
If you do prefer a round table over a rectangular one but you need to seat a larger number of people from time to time, consider getting a round table with an extension leaf. That way you can use your round table most of the time but extend it when you have company over.
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.
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