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6 Dining Tables We’re Craving Right Now

These designs are bringing something new to the table.

By Julia Landolfi

Family meals, dinner parties, complicated math homework, you name it – the dining table has lived through it. Serving such an important role in the home, it only makes sense that you put careful consideration into finding the right one. With so many options, we know it’s difficult to choose, so we’ve put together a list of the best tables available now.

Sarah Ellison’s Earth Dining Table

Earth

Making a play on geometry and scale, Sarah Ellison’s Earth Dining Table adds an elegant yet minimalist touch to any home. Available in two sizes as well as oak or walnut finishes, this table will fit in perfectly to cater to all of your dining needs. From $2,395 at DWR.

Ventu sleek Scandi-style dining table

Ventu

The sleek Scandi-style dining table is both decorative and durable — built to last through all your dinner parties and game nights. Its solid oak composition will maintain a lavish appearance for years to come. From $1,049 at Article.

Winston dining table is a combination of mid-century modern and contemporary styles

Winston

With a unique combination of mid-century modern and contemporary styles, Rove Concepts’ Winston dining table will lend an eccentric feel in any dining room without making the space feel cluttered. Call it the best of both worlds. From $2,399 at Rove Concepts.

Comeuppance Capsule powder-coated aluminum dining table

Comeuppance Capsule

This powder-coated aluminum dining table deserves a hand for its versatility as both an indoor and outdoor piece – and no matter where you choose to store it – it’s subtle details and splash of neutral colour form the perfect balance to complement any setting. From $2,594 at Urban Mode.

Bima Recycled Terrazzo

Bima Recycled Terrazzo

Simple and speckled, designer Caleb Zipperer incorporated recycled glass chips into the Bima dining table to break up the flat white surfaces, and create a dynamic texture that complements its sculptural leg shape. From $4,099 at CB2.

Nyhavn dining table

Nyhavn

Drawing from the same thing that has inspired designer Finn Juhl since the 1950s – the simplistic use of wood. The addition of a vibrant orange steel frame adds a modern twist for a minimalistic table that still holds character. From $6.575 at Mjolk.

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