This table is like black licorice eye candy. Its traditional Chippendale shape is very rococo, in a high gloss, back-in-black finish that is truly rock and roll. Picture it topped with modern white plates and acid-green napkins surrounded by clear acrylic chairs. Or, rock it out in your own true...
As much a work of art as functional furniture, this table will make an impressive focal point in your modern dining room. It’s hand-crafted from responsibly harvested peroba and guanacaste. This mix of rough and refined woods, as well as classic yet inventive design, means a timelessness that you...
This dining table is the perfect mix of traditional and modern, thanks to the geometric base. It could bring a dose of the unexpected to a breakfast nook without sticking out like a sore thumb. Who wouldn't love it?
Get the carafe, the white bistro plates, and the natural linen napkins. This trestle table would look as great in your dining room as it would in a walled courtyard in Spain. Made of reclaimed Douglas fir, in a lightly whitewashed finish, this piece will only look better with use and age.
Reclaim casual elegance with this rustic-on-a-grand-scale trestle dining table in reclaimed pine. Just like you, the bleach finish only gets better with age.
The Aspen collection is carved from solid hardwood with an oak veneer top. Its rich mahogany finish makes it the perfect accent in any room. Imported.
This handsome country-style table measures 7 feet long and is fashioned from rugged reclaimed pine. The base is painted with an off-white finish, adding to the humble country character.
Add authenticity to your decor with this reclaimed wood dining table. This stately table was constructed from large planks of solid Brazilian Araucária salvaged wood. Unique and handsome, this table features geometric platform legs that will be so pleasing to your eye.
Capturing the rustic charm of the southern French countryside, this sheesham table is the perfect piece for your contemporary dining room. Its heavy plank top has been cross-planed to achieve a unique distressed surface that encourages casual daily use.
Get off the tracks. The style train is coming through. This trestle table features shapely pedestals and an antiqued finish that lets the grain of the reclaimed Douglas fir show through. It's just the ticket for your French country or Napa style dining room, or switch it up with more contemporary...
Graphic and modern and spare and distressed, this table has it all. With simple legs of dark metal and a whitewashed wood top, it adds a striking note in nearly any dining room. Add a Mason jar of white hydrangeas, some white bistro plates — and a few of your most colorful friends.
It's time to turn the tables. With these ornate X braces, you'll never think of trestle tables the same way again. The rectangular top and base feature wood in two finishes for an heirloom French country look sure to make dining that much more appetizing.
Rustic and refined combine in this dramatic dining table.The base is fashioned from loops of heavy-duty iron and crowned with a patinated wood top. Brass accents add a touch of glamour to this bold, bravura composition.
Are you hungry for more? Get ready to dine in classic farmhouse style. The ample top of this dining table begs to be weighed down with roast chicken, mashed potatoes and garden-fresh green beans. With plenty of room left over for chocolate cake!
This strapping industrial table will have all you punks steaming. The top is daring and distressed, in a large, reclaimed Douglas-fir disc, big enough to seat eight. And the rusty, riveted base is made of a series of patinated metal straps and circles that will have you clamoring for the Edison...
Bring the beauty of nature into your dining room. For this rustic table, a thick, live-edge slab of solid acacia wood lies on a metal base to complement a wide variety of design schemes.
For great meals — and great memories — invite this dining table into your modern home. Each piece is hand-crafted from reclaimed or sustainably harvested wood — and note the legs that whimsically resemble old window frames.
This Tulip style table has a white molded fiberglass top, the base is a heavy molded cast aluminum, while the shell is in reinforced molded fiberglass.
Aged oak atop an iron frame makes for a simple yet sophisticated dining table. In your minimalist loft, this table will add a desirable hint of rusticity. Such an open, spacious table makes a swift transition from crafting surface to central location for dining with friends. Use ikat placemats for...
Blending wood shades can be tricky business, but this walnut and maple table with steel struts makes it look effortless. The modern design is a stunner, and the mix of materials would make finding complementary chairs a breeze.
With a table this large, you can invite the whole crew for Sunday dinner. Crafted from reclaimed wood, this rustic charmer features an attractive decorative base. It’ll create such a relaxing atmosphere your guests will never want to leave.
It won't be like work. You'll easily finish your veggies — and everything else — around this industrial table. The top is made of white oak in a natural finish that sits on a metal base reminiscent of factories, time clocks and smokestacks. When the whistle blows, you'll know where to be.
This solid, stately table draws its inspiration from early American architecture to become the focal point of your traditional dining room. Crafted from reclaimed pine, it’s bleached, sanded and finished to heighten the natural beauty of the wood.
Do you love vintage furniture but fear repairing and refinishing it? This dining table is handcrafted from time-weathered wood, salvaged from old Georgian barns, so it looks rustic, but features new, durable construction.
Gather your loved ones around for memorable meals and an appreciation of eco-conscious design. This sturdy, rustic table is crafted from salvaged Douglas Fir, milled a century ago, into an impressive piece for your eclectic dining setting.
Is your kitchen country or modern? No matter what your design style, this rustic dining table will fit right in. It’s got just enough rustic — and industrial — finesse to look good in either setting.
Set a sleek, sophisticated tone for your dining room with this solid bamboo table. The wow factor is its versatility: The surface extends 20 inches to provide room for more diners! Sturdy yet stylish, this table is one for the ages.
Modern meets baroque in this intriguing dining table. Stately scrolled legs are way old-world while the natural oak finish is totally laid back — perfect for your tradition-with-a-twist decor.
The distressed ivory finish elegant trim of this table recall the French countryside. It's the perfect setting to enjoy your morning coffee and croissant. Birdsong not included.
From renowned environmentally conscious designer Thomas Bina comes a classic dining table to suit your modern style and ecofriendly mindset. Crafted from sustainably harvested peroba, this piece has a walnut veneer finish and a rustic iron base.
Fortunately there’s no need to dress for dinner. The stylish midcentury chic of this dining table is smooth enough to support everything from haute cuisine to heated leftovers with a polished sophistication.
Whether you're hosting Thanksgiving or just having a few friends for a dinner party, this double pedestal dining table is the ideal spot for a memorable meal. Distressed in espresso stain, you'll savor your meal as well as this unique design.
Make mealtime sacred when you gather around this beautiful piece. Naturally colorful planks of solid Brazilian Araucária wood are artfully assembled into a modern design by master carpenters. The result is a stunning dining room centerpiece that you'll treasure for a lifetime.
You have the exposed brick, waxed concrete and Edison bulbs. Now get the table to match your industrial loft space. The base and top apron are made of metal in a rusted lacquer finish reminiscent of machines and steam and assembly lines. And the top is made of reclaimed Douglas fir finished to let...
Feast your eyes on this handcrafted beauty. The artist sources South American hardwood from trees that have long ago fallen or been felled, then uses a sizeable slab to create this beautiful and unique dining table. Glass is inset in the natural tree angle, and it sits on three wooden legs.
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