Rectangle Table Sizes

Plan illustration of varied rectangular table sizes with people sitting around the tables for scale

Rectangular Dining Tables are efficient tables that are available in a variety of sizes and proportions for seating two to twelve people. Able to be combined side by side as larger collective dining layouts, rectangular tables are found in most restaurants that need to be flexible for various party sizes and compositions.

Drawings with dimensions of various Rectangular Table sizes with lengths and widths labeled in plan view

Smaller rectangular tables for four to six people start at widths from 2’6”-3’ (76-91 cm) and lengths from 5’-6’ (152-183 cm). Large rectangular tables for groups of 6-12 people start at widths between 3’6”-4’6” (107-137 cm) and pair with lengths from 8’-10’ (244-305 cm).

What sizes do rectangular tables come in?
Rectangular tables are available in a range of sizes and proportions from common 4-6 person tables at 2’6” x 5’ | 76 x 152 cm, up to large 10-12 person tables at 4’6” x 10’ | 137 x 305 cm.
What big is a rectangular table that seats 6 people?
Rectangular tables sized for six people have a variety of widths from 2’6”-3’ | 76-91 cm and lengths from 5’-6’ | 152-183 cm.
What big is a rectangular table that seats 10 people?
Rectangular tables sized for ten people vary in widths from 3’6”-4’6” | 107-137 cm and lengths from 8’-10’ | 244-305 cm.
Rectangle Table Sizes


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2 Person Table: 2’6” x 3’6” | 76 x 107 cm
4-6 Person Table: 2’6” x 5’ | 76 x 152 cm
6-8 Person Table: 3’ x 6’ | 91 x 183 cm
8-10 Person Table: 3’6” x 8’ | 107 x 244 cm
10-12 Person Table: 4’6” x 10’ | 137 x 305 cm


Drawings include:
Rectangle Table Sizes plan, plan (seating), plan (people), size diagram

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Dining rooms, often featuring a dining table, chairs, and sometimes sideboards or china cabinets, serve as communal spaces for eating and socializing. The layout of these spaces prioritizes ease of movement and communication. The dining table, central to the space, is surrounded by chairs.

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