Change the way you work with tables that work better for your space. Everyone can gather to discuss big ideas across a spacious conference table in the boardroom, and guests can collaborate together in smaller groups around a round folding table at networking events. A larger space can look regal with a long, rectangular table at the center and executive chairs on both sides, and temporary spaces can be utilized multiple ways with folding tables that are quick and easy to set up and stash away.
If you're an artist, architect or designer, you can make a drafting table the centerpiece of your office. Work surfaces that adjust in height and angle can help make switching from hand-drawn drafts and computer designs simple, and built-in storage helps you keep all your tools at your fingertips, from your sketchbook down to your favorite stylus. If your ideal table lacks storage, you can make up for it with a mobile stand that can conveniently roll between workspaces and utility closets.
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Whether you're mapping out your boardroom or banquet hall, make sure everyone has enough space to work, eat or chat together with a set of tables that can accommodate your guest list. As a general rule of thumb, 12" to 24" per adult should provide enough space for tableware, elbows and other factors. More people might be able to squeeze together if the guest list includes children, and less if the agenda requires additional room for tools and special equipment.
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