Weld a Dining Set
Welded steel frames are a great way to create one-of-a-kind rustic furniture. Some of the most long lasting pieces of furniture incorporate welded steel. Learn how to weld a dining set and start making stable tables for friends and family.
One of the easiest ways to achieve a coordinated look for just about any size room and every type of space is a matching dining set. When space is limited, a full set of dining chairs around a large dining table are often in the way. Choosing a table with matching stools, you can easily make room for more.
MiG Welding Furniture
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Rustic Pinewood Dining Set
Size and Shape
Standard dining table height may vary between 28–30 inches (71–76 cm) from the ground to table top surface. Some older tables tend to be lower, around 28–29 inches while Formal dining tables tend to always be closer to 30 inches.
That means your seat height needs to be within the range of 17-19 inches. 11″-12″ is the standard distance between top of table and top of seat.
Learn more about MiG welding furniture in these articles:
- How-to Make Modern-Rustic Dining Tables
- How-to Make Rustic Pinewood Barstools
- How-to Glue-up Live-edge Tabletops
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