An Overview of Dining Table Edge Shapes

 

In this video Laura shows samples of different table edges that are available on dining tables.  The table edge shape or contour refers to the style of cut that is made all around the outer edge of the dining table top, which is usually one inch thick or more.

 

In other words, the edge shape is best seen from a direct side profile, but each edge shape can bring out a completely different look and feel in each table.  Tables are built with standard edges that are selected by the builder, but can easily be customized for any table based on the customer’s preferences.

 

When it comes to selecting an edge shape, we recommend being less analytical about which edge best goes with the rest of the table or your room, but to simply select the edge shape you are most drawn to.  With this approach, we notice the overall look of the table and how it looks in the room falls into place.

 

 

An Overview of Dining Table Edge Shapes - Amish Furniture Factory

Mission

 

In our blog article, we offer a detailed overview of the dining table edge shapes

Champfer

 

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Bevel

Bevel

 

45 Degree Champfer

45 Degree Champfer

 

half-inch-roundover

Half Inch Roundover

 

Ogee

Ogee

 

waterfall

Waterfall

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Half Inch Thumbnail

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