Farmhouse Dining Tables

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Farmhouse Dining Tables

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When it comes to dining tables with timeless appeal, few designs top vintage farmhouse dining tables. Whether it’s a statement trestle table made of solid wood that can seat twelve, or an industrial crank iron table that’s perfectly proportioned for a breakfast nook​​, few things add character to a home quite like a vintage farmhouse kitchen table. Designers in particular love farmhouse dining room tables for their versatility. Depending on how you style them, farmhouse dining room tables can feel eminently elegant or coolly casual. Pair one with Windsor chairs for a classic modern farmhouse look, or couple with colorful barrel-back aluminum chairs to bring an eclectic mood to a dining space.

Among the most popular styles of farmhouse dining room tables are large-scale models crafted of reclaimed or salvaged wood. Ideal for less formal kitchen dining areas, these tables typically showcase raw wood or matte, painted finishes. Look for painted tables with distressed finishes if your style is decidedly casual, eclectic, or even a bit rakish. For those who are aiming for something a bit more polished, look for tables with more even finishes such as raw pinewood or cedarwood. Favor a mixed media look? Expand your hunt to include tables that include a mash-up of wood and iron, or wood and stone. Metal cross braces, often featuring sinuous scrollwork, are commonly found features among French and Italian style farmhouse tables.

Another large consideration to take into account when shopping for a farmhouse kitchen table? Legs. Farmhouse dining room tables typically fall into two categories: those with trestle-style bases and those with standard legs. Trestle base tables are usually best suited for large dining rooms, as trestle bases can add visual weight. That said, farmhouse dining room tables with standard legs often showcase bulky turned spindle or barrister legs as well. If you prefer a more slimmed-down silhouette, consider a French provincial farm table for your kitchen dining area. These tables tend to be a bit smaller scale and often come outfitted with dainty cabriole legs as well as a straight-edge or scalloped apron.