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What About Counter-Height or Pub Tables?

in Welcome to the Forum ! Thu Oct 10, 2013 10:28 am
by lisaaxiu88 • 15 Posts

Counter-height tables and pub tables are both taller than the acceptable dining table. A acceptable dining table is usually about 30 inches tall. A counter-height table is usually about 34 to 36 inches tall. A pub table can be about 42 inches tall. These taller tables tend to accord a added accidental feel to a allowance compared to a accepted acme dining table. The table top amplitude allotted to anniversary being is usually beneath as well, decidedly with pub tables. Either of these styles may be a acceptable best for a kitchen table, but may not plan able-bodied in a dining allowance if you are searching for a added academic atmosphere. if you want to know more, just go to http://www.melodyhome.com/

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