The current trend and growth in popularity is
the casual rustic styling that is so prominently featured in Hi end catalogues. The popular elements of the style include quite a bit of physical and finish distressing, as well as solid ...
Comfortably casual yet contemporary and sophisticated, the Casual
Dining Gunstock pub table from Sunset Trading is perfect for dining table and entertaining with your family and friends. Versatile for use in your dining area, family room or media/game room. Features: ...
Features: Set includes pub table and four pub
chairs. Morgan collection. Espresso finish. Rubber wood solids and birch veneer construction. Table folds down to a 42" square table. Faux leather back and cushion seat. Manufacturer provides 6 months warranty for ...
dining tables are generally
smaller, and designed for use in
a kitchen, breakfast nook, or
Country / Farmhouse:
Most Country and
Farmhouse dining tables are made
of pine or oak, and the finish
is usually washed, rubbed, or
painted. Country collections
normally have simple lines with
little emphasis on decorative
Modern / Contemporary:
These tables feature
very clean, simple lines,
angular designs, solid colors,
and often have a futuristic
Transitional Dining tables are a
blend of traditional and modern
elements that fit in with almost
any décor. They feature a
simple, angular look and edgy
construction materials, such as
glass and metal, as well as
classical lines and carved wood
The most classic formal dining
room tables are considered
traditional. A mixture of
rectangular or round, straight
and curved lines with carving
and decorative details.
Mission / Shaker:
Both Mission and
Shaker tables have clean and
simple designs, featuring
rectangular and rarely any
ornamentation. Oak is a popular
material for these styles.
Rustic / Lodge:
Calling to mind images of deep
forests and log cabins with
their rugged appearance, these
tables feature exposed and rough
woods, simple lines, with worn,
distressed or natural finishes
over woods such as pine, ash or
Coastal / Tropical:
Perfect for an island
or beach themed dining room.
These tables are usually
constructed of wicker, rattan,
or wood with highlighted wood
finishes and hand painted
Reminiscent of old trends and
fashion from the 1960s and 1970s
and the way furniture was
designed at that time, retro
dining tables feature chrome
accents and curved metal
Trying to refresh your dining room style? Head over to our Dining Table Style guide to get inspired and learn a bit more about the differences between traditional and transitional style dining tables.
While some rooms might be great for the minimalist lines of a modern dining table, others might need the focal point that a beautiful wooden rustic dining table brings. Head over to our dining table style guide to learn more.
When furnishing your dining room, decorate for your space using these tips for all types of dining areas. Whether your dining room is large or small, we have ideas to help you choose the best table shape and chairs that will make everyone feel at home. We've even got ideas for eat-in kitchens and breakfast nooks.
The size of your dining room may mean you can accommodate your décor with a hutch or buffet, both of which are functional and decorative additions to the room. Smaller spaces can get the most out of decorating by using lighting and wall hangings.
Read over our guide on how to choose the right size dining chairs to get great tips on determining dining chair height and width. It covers important considerations like having enough room in between dining chairs for guests and making sure your dining chairs can slide underneath your dining room table with ease.
Also read up on how many chairs can fit at your table to make sure that you are buying enough dining chairs to seat all your guests. You can also read up on dining chair tips that can help you save a ton of space.