Room Planning Guide

This chart is a good guide for the minimum requirements for the most common tables. Standard cue length is 57", but smaller cues can be used for rooms or walls that may not have the necessary space requirements. We recommend, when possible, to stay with a 52" or 58" cue for the greatest enjoyment. Children should use smaller cues for easier handling, and a "Kiddy Cue" is great for teaching children while minimizing the possibility of damaging your table.

Table Size Cue Length
36" 42" 48" 52" 57"
3' X 6'
(35" X 70")
8'-11" x 11'-10" 9'-11" x 12'-10" 10'-11" x 14'-6" 9'-9" x 14'-6" 12'-4" x 14'-10"
3'-6" x 7'
(39" X 78")
9'-3" x 12'-6" 10'-3" x 13'-6" 11'-3" x 14'-6" 11'-11" x 15'-2" 12'-9" x 16'-0"
4' X 8"
(44" X 88")
9'-8" x 13'-4" 10'-8" x 14'-4" 11'-8" x 15'-4" 12'-4" x 16'-0" 13'-2" x 16'-10"
4' X 8' OS
(46" X 92")
9'-10" x 13'-8" 10'-10" x 14'-8" 11'-10" x 15'-8" 12'-6" x 16'-4" 13'-4" x 17'-2"
4'-6" x 9'
(50" x 100")
10'-2" x 14'-4" 11'-2" x 15'-4" 12'-2" x 16'-4" 12'-10" x 17'-10" 13'-8" x 17'-10"