Plush Home – Gatsby Dining Table – $8948 (Price is for Mahogany table with two leaves. Comes in Maple and Walnut. Also a variety of finishes available. Custom sizes can be ordered)(above)
Here is my list of top dining tables out there today. Of course this list doesn’t include antiques or vintage one of kind dining room tables…but if you are on the market for a dining table (like my friends JJ and PR are) and need it soon, this list might be useful. Modern, traditional, sleek, rustic…they are all here…
The best dining tables…CHEAP TO CHIC…
Ikea – Leksvik Table – $249 (Extends with 2 extra leaves. Seats 4-8. Solid pine construction)(above)
Ikea – Norden Dining Table – $279 (Extends with one extra leaf)(above)
West Elm – Parsons Dining Table – $399 (Walnut veneer modern table. Simple design. Also comes in white or chocolate oak finishes)(above)
cb2 – Bobby Dining Table – $399 (White high gloss lacquer rectangular dining table. 6 feet long. Seats 6-8. Hairpin iron legs have a white powdercoat finish)(above)
Ballard Designs – Charles Rectangular Table – $499 (Shown in black. Comes in chestnut and antique white. Solid hardwood with square, tapering legs and hand cut 18″ butterfly leaf. Expands to seat 8)(above)
Unica Home – Four Table – $1192 (Purple aluminum dining 74.75″ wide. By Ferrucio Laviani for Kartell. Comes in a variety of colors)(above)
y living – Glossy Table by Kartell – on sale $1552 (Sleek modern 52″ square table. White glossy laminate top. Chromed steel criss cross design legs. Comes in white, red or black. Either glossy polyester or laminate finish for top. Design by Antonio Citterio with Oliver Löw) (above)
Room & Board – Ventura Dining Table – $1599 (Solid wood dining table. surfboard-inspired shape of Ventura naturally invites everyone to gather. Reverse-beveled edge. Choose from solid maple, cherry, walnut. Lacquer finish)(above)
hive – Spoon Table – $2074 (63″ medium. By Kartell. Design Antonio Citterio & Toan Nguyen, 2008. Polypropylene, honeycomb aluminum, laminate. Shown with orange legs, white laminate top)(above)
Cassina – Le Corbusier lc6 (above)
Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams – Maxfield Dining Table – on sale $1996; regular $2495 (Rustic/modern rectangular dining table. ginger-finish walnut thin black inlay perimeter. Brass ferrules cap tapered legs. Seats six. Leaves extend table to 108″ to seat 8)(above)
hive – Top Top Table by Philippe Starck – $2550 (Polyester laminated top, clear tapered pleated legs. Combines solid and clear finishes. Comes in rectangle or square)(above)
hive – Platner Dining Table – $2976 (Designed by Warren Platner in 1966. Steel wire rod, glass, marble, wood. Made in Italy by Knoll)
Robb & Stucky – Robbie Rectangular Dining Table – $2999 (Mahogany solid wood and veneers. Comes with two 20″ leaves that expand table to 118″) (above)
Anthropologie – Lever & Lumber Dining Table – $3498 (Wood and iron dining room table made of repurposed materials. Legs crafted of salvaged factory iron; top composed of planks of reclaimed elm wood. Hand-finished. Made Philadelphia-based artist Robert Ogden)(above)
Conran Shop – Eero Saarinen Oval Tulip Table – $4050 (White laminate oval top. Lacquer steel curved base. Also comes with white or black marble top for $6265)(above)
Jayson Home & Garden – Clint Dining Table – $4395 (82″W x 36″D x 30″H (without leaves). Includes 2 19.5″ leaves. Reclaimed teak top. Black iron base)(above)
Mecox Gardens – Round Rosewood Dining Table – $7350 (Saarinen inspired round polished rosewood stained fruitwood top with distressed metal tulip base)(above)
Baker – Classic Oval Dining Table – $7,785 (Mahogany oval dining table by Thomas Pheasant)(above)
South of Market – Wood and Iron Dining Table – $7950 (dark, wood tabletop/grey in color set within an iron frame)(above)
Tell me which table is your favorite…or which is your least? Any other ideas or styles you like?
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