Let’s face it. The table is the star of a dining room. It’s one of those furniture pieces that deserve a little investment. It’s a place where your loved ones will gather around to create lasting memories. I tend to prefer a farm table because they’re usually built a little heftier than other options like a glass-top table. Not to mention, they have an organic appeal to them. Here’s a collection of some favorite farmhouse styles.
The natural wood farm table above is narrower than most options out there and works great in a smaller room. Not to mention, the wood looks sturdy while enjoying carved legs.
We had a large, round dining table when I was a kid so this option brings back memories. It’s the perfect shape for a dining nook with a bay window.
This pretty farm table has a natural wood top and white painted legs, which is a look I really like. If you choose a particularly long dining table, hanging a pair of pendant lights is a great look, as opposed to one fixture.
The rustic simplicity of this all-wood table lends an earthy vibe to an all-white kitchen. Cross-back chairs are always a good choice if you’re going for a farmhouse look.
Yes, a farm table can have a bit of sheen to it and still be considered farmhouse style. This little square table fits perfectly next to a little reading nook.
I admit, the first thing I noticed in this room was the gorgeous wood floors! The farm table is a lighter shade which helps it stand out.
Although the trestle table top here isn’t natural wood, I do think it’s pretty wearing a creamy coat of paint. Chunky legs give it a bit of oomph and upholstered chairs provide a bit of femininity.
A more rough-hewn table looks like it can take a lot of wear and tear. I love its natural beauty.
What type of table do you prefer for your dining room? Rustic, painted, modern – or something else?
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