Walnut Dining Tables

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Walnut Dining Tables


We may break for birch, cheer for cherry, and pine for, well, pine, but when it comes to dining tables, walnut takes all. Possessing a deep, rich brown color with less red or gold undertones tham mahogany or cherry, walnut wood is a go-to for designers and homeowners looking to craft sophisticated rooms that feel both luxurious and cozy. From antique oval walnut dining tables to petite antique walnut breakfast tables, walnut tables can be procured virtually every style and size imaginable. For a Mid-Century Modern interior where you want to evoke an air of elevated elegance, look for vintage oval walnut dining tables from a maker like Edward Wormley, Harvey Probber, Paul McCobb, or John Widdicomb. Designers who bridged the gap between Hollywood Regency and Mid-Century Modern design (such as those listed above) were ardent fans of walnut and frequently used it in the creation of sleek, race track-shaped dining tables. Whether you’re on the hunt for a small-scale table or a large, extendable table to seat a crowd, these designers tackled both with stylistic aplomb. Walnut was also utilized widely in Danish Modern design. While teak is typically considered Danish Modernism’s archetype wood, walnut Danish Modern dining tables are available from makers like Jens Risom, Dyrlund, and Glenn of California. On the hunt for something to complement a hacienda or craftsman style home’s dining room? Used walnut dining tables can be an excellent choice for complementing these homes’ natural, earth-tone color palettes. Look for walnut mission style tables as well as Spanish trestle tables made of walnut.