If our house is quite large and often we happen to organize dinners with many people, you need a table that can offer a good number of places to sit. If this is not available and decide to buy it, we can go to a furniture store and choose between different forms . Among these are the rectangular or square with both the boards to be placed in the middle whenever there is need to extend it, or by purchasing those that faithfully reproduce the English style that is extendable with a crank . Let us see what are the basic features for choosing an extendable table.

The extension table in the English style of the Victorian era or even original, is available in two versions. The first is of square shape, extending to the middle of a crank that as it actuates opens the right table in the center in order to access to a compartment where the inside, there are preserved the boards connected to that particular joints, allow to align them with both sides making the table top compact. This type of table having two tablets of approximately 50 inches wide, allows you to increase the seats for at least four people.


However, if you need to buy a table with at least twelve people, you should opt for the same type (English with crank), where once you open the table, we find four extensions instead of two, completely free from constraints and joints that pack it, through the joints between themselves and the fixed sides of the table. In this way, each table can secure two seats in the more so, if the table before it closed he could to ensure you are, now open even offers the opportunity to prepare fourteen seats. These types of tables, both original period that redone, they have their own cost so if you intend to save money without sacrificing style typically English, we can choose the one extending from both sides.

In this case, the banks are external, visible and perpendicular to the plane of the table and then are fixed These three types of table represent the top and have the advantage of being robust, well finished and reliable than any other modern structure, often made ​​with materials cheap and easily prone to rupture in the joints.