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It’s tough to beat the rustic charm and welcoming warmth of farmhouse designs. And the aesthetic’s inviting look makes it particularly well-suited for a dining room, where many of us enjoy warm meals with friends and family.
A dining table is typically the centerpiece of dining room furniture, so choosing the right one can help you solidify your farmhouse style. Here, we’re highlighting some of our favorite farmhouse dining tables so you can find the perfect piece of furniture, whether you’re seeking an authentic farmhouse dining room design, a farmhouse-meets-French country look, or you want a more modern dining space with just a touch of farmhouse flair.
Meet the experts:
To create this farmhouse dining table guide we spoke to two furniture and interior design experts:
Farmhouse styles come in many different forms, from traditional rustic farmhouse designs to more modern farmhouse looks that feel a little lighter and brighter. Therefore, you can find a variety of different farmhouse dining tables depending on the look you’re after. But most farmhouse dining tables share a few characteristics, including an engineered or solid wood design that lets natural wood grain shine through.
“Farmhouse tables are almost always made out of rustic or reclaimed wood,” says Danny Robertson. “The thick rustic wood is the farmhouse table's defining feature as it gives a traditional, warm, and generous feel to the piece. While most farmhouse tables are made from wood, either stained or partly painted, some contemporary or transitional farmhouse tables may have a more modern square wood or iron base.”
"This style is typically oversized and becomes the statement piece of your dining room due to both its size and prominent features."
Farmhouse dining tables are also usually large and more ornate than many other dining table styles, often featuring spun leg details and large silhouettes similar to Scandinavian-inspired dining tables. "This style is typically oversized and becomes the statement piece of your dining room due to both its size and prominent features,” says Anna Franklin.
However, you can also find dining tables that blend rustic farmhouse charm with a minimal, mid-century silhouette if you’re in the market for something a little lighter and airier than traditional farmhouse style.
This pared-back, 90-inch dining table offers a modern twist on a traditional farmhouse dining table. Featuring a solid wood core with your choice of a walnut or white oak veneer, the table comfortably seats eight people, making it a great fit for large dining rooms.
However, the table also comes in a 72-inch size if you’re looking for something a bit smaller. You can couple this versatile piece with other farmhouse decor to lean into a classic aesthetic or pair it with more contemporary decor for a fresh look.
Equal parts stylish and sustainable, this solid wood dining table is crafted from responsibly harvested pine while nestled atop a trestle base.
You can also choose from a grey top with a medium-brown base or a reclaimed barn wood top with a whitewash base. Whether you add it to your farmhouse kitchen or dining space, you’re sure to enjoy this gorgeous piece for years to come.
Speaking of versatility, this beautiful dining table from Maiden Home comes in eight different finishes, including unique two-toned finishes that combine materials like driftwood and pecan. "The Carlisle offers versatility in design - you can choose to create a super visual focal point in your space by contrasting the wood finishes or you can draw this back and choose one solid finish," says Grace Hoffend, design advisor at Maiden Home.
You can also choose from three different lengths, ranging from 72 inches to 120 inches, so it’s easy to find the ideal fit for your farmhouse dining room. "The Carlisle is meant as a conversational piece because chairs will be on either side of the table to direct focus to the guests joining for dinner," adds Hoffend.
Made from solid acacia wood and reinforced with a metal class bar, this farmhouse dining table is most definitely built to withstand the test of time, both in style and functionality.
It’s also versatile, allowing you to choose between a regular or extendable dining table, as well as 59- or 71-inch lengths. Pair it with six matching dining chairs or swap out a couple of chairs for a matching dining bench to complete the look.
Love the look of the aforementioned minimalist dining table but not too keen on the price? Then you’ll definitely want to consider this option from Poly & Bark, which offers a similar pared-back design for a fraction of the price.
Crafted from solid oak, the table can seat up to eight people and features a charming finish that will infuse your dining space with style and welcoming warmth.
This dining table combines rustic farmhouse warmth with a sleek silhouette that offers the perfect balance between modern and traditional. Seating six people, the table will work well for many different dining spaces.
“This farmhouse table features clean lines, which give it a modern feel. The plank-style legs, complete with angled joinery blocks, is an unexpected detail that will ensure this table makes a statement in your dining room,” says Franklin.
Looking for a way to incorporate a dash of farmhouse style into a minimalist aesthetic? Look no further than this gem from Interior Define, which features a streamlined silhouette that will cozy up your look in an instant.
The extendable dining table can be adjusted without interrupting the beautiful wood grain pattern, and you can choose from solid oak or teak wood finishes, depending on your unique aesthetic.
Made from naturally distressed, reclaimed wood, this shaker-style table features a butterfly extension system that allows it to seat up to 10 people. The rustic dining table also happens to be a designer favorite:
“This Irish Coast Dining Table by Four Hands is made in the traditional shaker style with distressed and reclaimed wood. It has such a simple traditional yet contemporary beauty,” says Robertson.
Brand: Laurel Foundry Modern Farmhouse Price: $989.99
This four-piece rustic table set is a great way to completely outfit your dining space, all for less than $1,000. It comes with a rustic dining table, two dining chairs, and a dining bench, so it’s truly a one-stop-shop for farmhouse style.
Crafted from solid reclaimed pine, each piece in the dining room set features a weathered natural finish that allows the natural wood grain to shine through. And its modest size means it can work well in both farmhouse kitchens and dining rooms.
This farmhouse dining table is handcrafted from responsibly harvested and sustainable solid wood. It also features a durable polyurethane finish, which is great at standing up to splashes and spills.
Even better, the table is among the most customizable on our list, allowing you to choose everything from the height, length, and width to the base and top finishes so you can make it entirely your own.
“If you like industrial elements, this is the farmhouse table for you! This table is great for entertaining or large families because it features two drop-in extension leaves that will seat up to 10 people,” says Franklin.
The rectangular dining table is crafted from solid wood with the addition of MDF and spruce veneers, and the durable metal legs feature a powder-coated finish. Meanwhile, a drop leaf on each side allows it to work in large and small spaces alike.
This round dining table is a perfect farmhouse style table for a smaller dining room and can also easily function as a kitchen table. With seating for four, it's perfect for a cozy evening meal or a couple of weekend cocktails.
It's steel X-shaped base leaves plenty of room for seating and features grove details. The tabletop is wood and crafted from solid oak and oak veneers.
Kelly Weimert is a writer, editor, and interior design expert with 10 years of experience writing about design and home decor. She's written for interior design publications such as MyDomaine, Apartment Therapy, Domino Magazine, and Hunker. When she's not writing or editing, she's probably busy obsessing over how to beautify her home.
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