Windsor Barnwood Dining Chair
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This rustic, yet sleek, Windsor Barnwood Dining Chair gets its inspiration from the spa town of Buxton, which is nestled in the center of the Peak District National Park in England.
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This rustic, yet sleek, Windsor Barnwood Dining Chair gets its inspiration from the spa town of Buxton, which is nestled in the center of the Peak District National Park in England. The town is known for its beautiful gardens and impressive Georgian and Victorian architecture, and it provides the perfect backdrop to a rich cultural scene that is full of a diverse mix of music, theatre and a variety of festivals.
Shown In: Roughsawn Barnwood and a #3 Glaze finish
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The Georgian and Victorian architecture that graces the town of Buxton shines through in the design of this classic dining collection, which boasts a natural feel with an elegant and light touch. The anchor piece of the set is the table, measuring 42”W x 72”L x 30”H with a 1 ⅝” solid top. The solid top is also available in lengths of 60”, 84”, and 96”, or can opt for the extendable top with skirt and leaves so that you have the perfect sized table for any occasion.
The table serves as the perfect centerpiece for this impressive collection and is pictured with a Mission Roundover edge with hand-worn corners. Made of rough sawn Barnwood oak, there are several stains to choose from, and you can add a distinctive touch by opting for one of several glazes, pictured is the #3 glaze, but you can also choose from distressed pearl, windswept, white/black or royal blue.
Pictured here, the sturdy table is surrounded by our classic Windsor side chairs that provide the perfect complement to the table’s dark stain and clean lines. If you lean towards a more rustic look, you can choose to add the Buxton bench to your seating arrangement, which measures 13”W x 72”L x 18”H, providing ample seating at your table or even used as a separate seating area in the space for after-dinner conversation.
If you need a place to store all of those serving pieces and linens, no problem! The Buxton Dining Collection offers a matching server that provides a functional and attractive addition to your dining room. If you’re looking for a natural, rustic look with a touch of elegance, then the Buxton collection is the perfect choice for your home!
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Whether you’re seating 10 people or just 4, you’re going to want to make sure the table you pick out size wise makes sense. Just because a 48″ round can sit 6 people doesn’t necessarily mean it’s the best when it comes to sitting 6 people at all times. Below are some example table sizes and our recommendations for each size.
Round & Square Tables
When it comes to square or round tables, typically a 42″ and 48″ will be able to sit the same amount of people just like a 54″ and 60″ can. We have seen some diagrams that show a 48″ can sit 6 people. This is highly situational. The only way something like that is possible if it a pedestal style table. When you sit 6 people at that kind of size, it is a very tight fit as well.
Oval & Rectangular Tables
On any style table, a 42″W x 60″L can sit 4 people comfortably and a 42″W x 66″L or 42″W x 72″L will seat 6 people. Leg tables will be more constrained when it comes adding chairs due to the fact you lose your corners on each end.
On a 42″W x 60″L leg table you will typically only be able to sit 4 people at the table (1 on each end). Depending on the size of the legs, it may be possible to put 6 people around the table but this is rare and still may not be comfortable for everyone sitting. To 6 people around a leg table the minimum size is a 42″W x 66″L but the recommended size is a 42″W x 72″L as it is the most comfortable giving everyone enough leg and elbow space between each other.
When it comes to 42″W x 60″L trestle tables, you will be able to sit 4 people comfortably. Depending on the trestle base, you will only be able to push 4 chairs in all the way. This is the same when it comes to 42″W x 66″L trestle tables. A 42″W x 72″L will be able to push 6 chairs in under the table.
Typically, most tables come in a 42″ wide standard. You are able to increase that to a 48″ wide. This doesn’t increase the amount of people you can sit at your table. This just creates some extra leg room for those on the corners. The one thing to keep in mind when you increase the width, it can make it more difficult passing dishes and condiments. Rather than simply passing the salt, you might have to toss the salt.
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