Looking for a new dining table? We’ve scoured the internet to find a variety of round and rectangle dining tables to suit almost any decorating style.
RECTANGLE dining tables
When considering a dining table for your home, you first need to assess the shape of the space and what will work best. In general, long dining spaces require a rectangle table. And there are plenty to choose from – it can be quite overwhelming. We’ve sourced most of the tables you see here in this blog post via the Adore Shopping site (click here to check it out yourself), it’s a great search tool if you don’t have time to go to individual online stores and then compare all of the options. Adore Shopping is your one-stop-shop for all things furniture and homewares.
But back to the topic at hand – we just adore the clean lines of this contemporary Cubitt table (pictured above and opposite) made by Felix Furniture for Barnaby Lane. If space is tight in your dining room, another thing to consider is using a bench seat along one side of the wall, like shown in the above image.
If you love marble, the Pavia dining table from Early Settler (pictured below) is a beautiful option – we also adore the matching Pavia dining chairs pictured with it – a perfect set don’t you think?
For something a little more industrial/masculine in style, you can’t go past Industrial M’s extension table (pictured above) – it can extend from 2m to 3m in length – super handy if you’ve got lots of guests to seat.
The Adam Court dining table from West Elm (pictured opposite) combines sleek lines with a dark mineral finish – the look is very contemporary with an industrial edge.
For Scandi fans, a timber table like GlobeWest’s Sketch Root dining table from Hunting For George (pictured below) might just be the right fit. With its elegantly curved legs and tabletop made from American Oak, we can see this dining table being a popular choice.
ROUND dining tables
Typically suited for smaller dining spaces, round tables tend to be better options for seating four to six people. A round table can also break up the monotony of straight lines in a home and soften the space. For Scandinavian style, opt for a timber table like this Finland dining table from Life Interiors (pictured above) - its Nordic feel is timeless and will pair well with almost any chair.
Leaning towards more contemporary in style, is the concrete cylinder dining table from Harpers Project (pictured opposite) and the Flex dining table from Coco Republic (pictured below). I love the unusual legs on the Flex, plus it’s quite graphic in style – doesn’t look great with black steel frame windows?
We’ve rounded up eight more great round varieties below, to suit a variety of styles.