The dining room may be dead, but many of us still have a need for a formal dining table. Eating in front of the TV just doesn’t cut it when you’re hosting a dinner party or inviting the in-laws over for Sunday brunch. Whether you’re decorating your first apartment on a budget or looking to swap out an inherited piece for something more modern, we’ve got you covered. Here are six dining table options that range in price from low to high.
1. SKOGSTA dining table from IKEA, $349
This new IKEA design is a modern take on the classic farmhouse table. Made of solid acacia wood that’s pre-treated with hardwax oil, this dining table measures 94.5 inches long and seats eight.
2. Greenwich dining table from Wayfair, $394.04
Looking for a glass-top dining table with character? Wayfair has got you covered. A clear rectangular tempered glass tabletop rests on an angular solid beech wood base that’s available in a cherry, walnut or coffee finish.
3. Wood Flynn hairpin dining table from World Market, $449.99
Nothing says mid-century modern like a set of hairpin legs. Featuring a live edge with subtle curves, this table from World Market is both sturdy and stylish.
4. Fuze grey dining table from CB2, $999
Cement is cool, and we mean that literally and figuratively. This industrial-style dining table is suitable for indoor or outdoor use. It’s handmade in an eco-friendly workshop and seats up to six people.
5. Freeform Acacia dining table with wood legs from Artemano, from $1,998
Artemano is a Canadian furniture company that takes its inspiration from faraway lands. They source their raw wood from certified sustainable wood suppliers in countries like India, Thailand and Indonesia. Each one of these raw edge acacia dining tables features unique markings, knots, breaches and crevasses.
6. Caracas dining table from Jonathan Adler, $3,700
There’s a sense of whimsy to this round dining table by designer Jonathan Adler. It features a pedestal base in antique brass finish with your choice of a marble, gloss white, cerused elm or blackened elm tabletop. The shade of the table encourages interaction, and it can comfortably seat up to six people.