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I think they only sell these in sets now, but I have this solid oak table and bench in my own kitchen (mixed with contemporary chairs) and I love everything about them — the wood, the color and the look.
Provence 6-Piece Dining Set
The blend of old and new wood makes a beautiful farmhouse focal piece. The blend of chairs and a bench is reminiscent of a true country home.
This Sheraton style table is both beautiful and practical. Quality craftsmanship is apparent in the intricate slip-matched swirl band inlays, and splayed saber legs.
I like the castors and simple construction on this table. I can't help but think that this could be potentially fun (or crazy) to DIY with plumber's pipe and reclaimed wood.
When it comes to practicality, it's hard to argue with Ikea. Reasonably priced and few enough parts to set up that you'll keep your sanity.
Melltorp Dining Table
This table was made from reclaimed wood signs and discarded iron. I love the patina on the iron and tabletop. I can't help but think that it'd be great in a home with destructive children.
The best thing about trestle tables is their form. Not only does this one provide beautiful contemporary lines, the legs don't get in your way when you pull your chair up to eat.
Seymour Trestle Dining Table
This lovely trestle table has mad farmhouse-meets-Paris flea market style. Pair it with just about any style dining chair or mix and match them.
This simple table has farmhouse style with the twist of gray cerused oak. IT has simple lines and adds a nice old patina to a dining room.
Get the look of vintage modern style with this beautiful trestle table from Pottery Barn. It has simple lines, beautiful wood, and has transformed a work table into a fabulous place to dine. This would also make a gorgeous desk if you're someone who needs a lot of room to spread out when you are...
I love the farmhouse style of this white oak trestle table. It goes with a wide variety of dining chair styles. Oh, and the wood is repurposed from old tobacco barns.
Hudson Valley Dining Table
This X-base table is a wonderful solution for a tight space, whether it's a small area dedicated to dining or an eat-in kitchen. With a large scale bed, a two make a great pair of nightstands. Also available with a red or white base.
Simon X Table Base
Old Vine Grapevine Dining Table - made from century old grapevines that were making wine during prohibition in California. A work of art.
Clayton Extension Table
Designed by Eero Saarinen in 1956, the classic tulip table was inspired by his disdain for "the slum of legs" that were cluttering up U.S. homes.
This wonderful table combines old and new, with a gorgeous wood top and a more industrial metal base. It recalls a 1930s Parisian look, but also works well in today's vintage modern, new traditional or eclectic spaces, as well as in contemporary and mid-century decors.
Coastal kitchens should have the warmth and relaxed feeling of natural, weathered wood. This simple yet stunning table from Restoration Hardware is made from 100-year-old solid, salvaged pine beam timbers.
Some of my favorite design features are contrasting colors and styles: light and dark, or old and new. I think this intricate white table is so special because you can make it really exciting when you pair it with an opposing chair.
This sturdy European pine dining table makes a great desk where children and adults can spread out with various projects. The triangular sawhorse legs are reminiscent of old architects' tables.
I absolutely adore the look of reclaimed wood. It's great for photo shoots, and as a food photographer, this I know.
I love my tall dining room table. This one would be perfect against an empty wall with bar stools set around it. It's beautiful and made with reclaimed Australian wood from old ranches, bridges and wharves in varying grains. I love it.
A large table does double-duty as a buffet for a large gathering or as a place to dine alfresco. This one from Crate & Barrel looks great au naturel, adorned with placemats or covered with a cotton tablecloth in a cheery print.
This dining table is all about form and function. With shapely legs and the ability to expand, it has the best of both worlds: good looks and practicality.
The contrast of sleek and shiny stainless steel with a favorite throwback – burled wood, adds up to a showstopper of a dining room table. Forget tablecloths, you won't want to cover this baby up with any more objects than absolutely necessary.
Bond Dining Table
I am always a sucker for nailhead trim! This is a classic pedestal table with a too-cool-for-school metal top. It's traditional with an updated twist.
Cooper Round Dining Table
This coffee table is functional and stylish. Decorating the home takes time, but incorporating elements that reveal a glimpse into your personality turns your home into a true sanctuary.
Extension dining tables are wonderful for accommodating large crowds when necessary and remaining compact when not in use.
Arcadia Extension Table
Make your dining room stand out with this unique iron dining table. Its gentle curves and rivet details make this a true industrial standout.
This gorgeous farmhouse trestle table will add sophisticated country style to your dining room or eat-in kitchen.
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