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When you consider that rosewood is the wood of choice for everything from musical instruments to Ray and Charles Eames’s illustrious Eames Lounger, there’s no question that a rosewood dining table will make a stunning statement in any room. Renowned for its density and dense wood grain, rosewood is one of the world’s most sought-after woods. It’s been in relatively constant use by furniture designers since the 1920s, but was especially favored by Art Deco, Danish Modern, and late Mid-Century Modern designers. If you’re looking for an especially glamorous vintage rosewood table, consider browsing our collection for an Art Deco style. Look for a library or conference style with flat panel legs. A sophisticated silhouette makes these rosewood dining tables ideal for partnering with oval-back upholstered chairs or Art Deco Klismos chairs.

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Looking for something more sleek and simple? Try a Danish Modern rosewood dining table. Designers like Ib Kofod-Larsen, Omann Junn, and Benny Linden all created simple rosewood tables throughout the 1940s, 50s, and 60s. Interestingly, many favored rosewood to create dramatic, aerodynamic, v-footed pedestal bases. Look for these striking bases on both round and rectangular tables. As for how to decorate with a Danish Modern rosewood dining table? Consider it the basis for a Mid-Century Modern room in an uncharacteristically dark palette. Teamed with colors like navy, dark green, and charcoal you can put a daring new spin on the tried-and-true style. Also, look for rosewood tables in glam 1970s styles from designers like Milo Baughman. Baughman famously created a line of rosewood dining sets for the brand Directional featuring his signature Parsons silhouette and a dramatic dark-and-light striped rosewood finish.