Table Sizing guide
Aesthetic & ergonomic considerations are also important – there’s no point designing a beautiful pool or snooker table if there’s no room to stand back and enjoy it… or nowhere for your opponent to sit while you clear the table. So the biggest playing slate you can squeeze in is not always the best choice.
Usually we recommend about 5′ all the way around the table to allow for full length snooker or Pool cues, though, if you prefer a shorter ‘standard’ cue – you’ll also need less space. For smaller tables and more friendly games – particularly for Pool – a 48″ cue is often sufficient, so the minimum room size we recommend is less.
To help you we’ve provided a quick and easy way to see what size table matches your room size. Just choose the nearest minimum room size for the type of table you require and we’ll give you an idea of the type of table you could consider.
Our suggestions detail tables from our range of custom made a dual-purpose, adjustable height, Dining/Billiard tables. If you require a fixed height playing table, just use the recommended table size and choose from our range of Antique or Designer & custom tables.