I’m officially on the hunt for a new farm table for my dining room! I’ve had my current dining table for over 25 years and I think I’m due. It’s held up well but I’m ready for a change. I prefer something a little more substantial and rustic than my current dining table. I’d also like a farm table that’s extendable so everyone can fit comfortably at one table for holiday gatherings. Here’s a roundup of tables that caught my eye at Houzz.
Gorgeousness!! I love this dining room! The farm table is narrower than what I currently have, which is good because when I raise the sides of my drop-leaf table, it practically fills the room. I’m lovin’ the natural wood of this table too.
This round table is too small for my purposes, but I like its curvy legs and this dining space is so quaint and sunny, I had to share it. I do like the dining chairs and I’m sure once I get a new farm table, I’m going to have to get new chairs to make it look right.
This pretty farm table has a natural wood top and white painted legs, which is a look I really like. The light fixtures are interesting, which is something else I need to think about as we get ready to give our dining room a makeover. I’ve never been crazy about the light in our dining room. It’s too small and doesn’t make any kind of statement whatsoever.
I love the rusticity of this farm table. Although I haven’t yet decided on an exact table type, I do know that I want a natural wood top.
Okay, so this table is too small but I love this little dining nook with its dark square table and primitive light fixture.
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 table top here isn’t natural wood, I do think it’s pretty wearing a creamy coat of paint.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this roundup of farm tables from Houzz. I also hope to have a new dining table before Easter Sunday so the whole family can enjoy it when we all get together.
Here’s my current dining table decorated for Valentine’s Day. There’s nothing wrong with it, I’m just ready for a change! Do you have a room on your re-do list this year?