What Size Meeting Table?
These guidelines will help you make sure that your new table is the correct size for your needs:
Table for 6 people - 200cm x 120cm
For 8 people - 240cm x 120cm
For 8-10 people - 300cm x 120cm
For 10 people - 360cm x 120cm
For 12-14 people - 400cm x 140cm
Need something different? Bespoke sizes are available for large tables.
How do I choose a meeting table size?
When choosing a meeting table it’s important to look at the space around it as well as the table top size. For example, there should be a minimum gap of 1 metre between the edge of the table and the wall, but we would recommend 120cm for ease of moving around. For wheelchair users there should be a clear 90cm walkway around the table at all times.
How do I choose the right meeting chair?
For short meetings - say of less than an hour - a plastic meeting chair that can be moved and stacked will be suitable and very practical.
For meetings of between 1 and 2 hours, look for a chair with a soft, upholstered seat and, if your budget allows, armrests are always welcomed.
For longer meetings, boardroom sessions or training days you will need an adjustable chair - similar to a desk or task chair.
Can I add power and data sockets to a meeting table?
It’s easy to incorporate useful plug sockets, data and USB charging points into modern meeting room furniture. Choose from a range of intelligent placement options including hidden, fixed and under-top, depending on exactly where access is needed and how unobtrusive you need them to be.
What is the best meeting table colour?
Classic white is now the most popular colour for modern meeting room spaces because it works so well in many different environments, from minimalist to retro. White table tops are usually a very subtle off-white shade so that light reflection and glare are not an issue. For an up-to-the-minute modern feel try adding extra warmth to a white table by pairing it with stylish solid wooden legs.