Conference rooms are cool.
Whether you’re meeting with clients, collaborating with co-workers or hearing about new and exciting things your company is doing, they provide a centralized space for communicating.
But how do you choose what size table is best for your room?
There are 2 key things you need to consider when you’re making this decision.
1. How big is your room?
A 10 x 10-foot room is actually not big enough for a 10-foot conference table. A good rule of thumb is to make sure you have a minimum of 3-4 feet on all sides of your table, so that chairs can be moved comfortably within your space. In a 10 x 10′ room, a 42″ or 48″ round conference table are your best bet.
Most 10-foot conference tables are between 3.5 and 4-feet wide, so a 16 x 10-foot room is the minimum size you will need to fit…
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