The Knoll Cyclone Dining Table was designed by Isamu Noguchi in 1953 in an effort to experiment with wire and wood. The Cyclone Dining Table brilliantly combines both materials into an eye-catching piece. The sculptural base incorporates chrome-plated steel wires and a black porcelain finished foot. The beech exposed edge of the table's surface provides that touch of flair that truly sets the Cyclone Dining Table apart.
Rounded corners offer a unique take on the traditional table with the Deja-Vu Table. Designed by Maoto Fukasawa with Magis, the Deja-Vu Table combines an MDF top with polished aluminum legs for a minimal, modern look. The rounded corners and minimal design give the Magis Deja-vu Table a thoroughly modern look. The versatile Deja-vu table works great as a breakfast resting place or dining table for the whole family.
The Eames Rectangular Table is part of the grand narrative of modern design. It's simple and straightforward, with no frills to the design. But even a simple rectangular table becomes something more under the creative hand of Charles and Ray Eames. The dual "legs" of the table with the tapering, polished aluminum feet are subtle and fine, and the name alone carries a lot of weight amongst those who are familiar with fine design.
The Herman Miller Nelson Swag Leg Round Dining Table brings simplicity and style to any dining room. The signature tapered metal legs mesh well with the laminate or veneer top and crossed wood stretchers. This table fits well in both casual and formal styled dining rooms.
The straight, austere, wood lines of the table top and crossed stretchers are met by mechanically formed, gracefully curved, metal legs - and they get along really well together. There may not be another wood/metal table out there with a more beautiful marriage of two juxtaposed materials. This rectangular dining table can also cleverly act as a meeting table.
The Nelson X-Leg Table is a great office table that is equally at home in your dining room. The Herman Miller Nelson X-Leg Table is one versatile piece, at home in almost any setting, from dining room to office and everywhere in between. Available in a variety of sizes, this particular Nelson X-Leg Table features a laminate top that is ready to withstand the challenges of daily life.
The Gus Modern Niagara Counter Table features locking casters on base for mobility, and is modestly sized for smaller dining areas. Brushed stainless steel base and veneer ply top. Seats up to 6. Counter height.
The School Dining Table by Gus Modern is a refined version of the schoolroom table we're all so familiar with. In this case, the wood is veneered with beautiful Oak or Walnut, and legs are black powder-coated steel. A slight angle to the legs adds dimension to this dining table. Seats 6.
The SM 78 Dining Table from Skovby is an elliptical table with 8 half oval legs. When not expanded, those legs come together to form full ovals, offering a dining table that comfortably seats 6. The SM 78 Dining Table extends using Skovby's synchronous pull-out system to seat 10 to 14. The wood construction offers a beautiful piece with a classic feel that is complemented by the modern design.
The Ellipse Dining Table SM 15 is a small table that can expand to seat up to 10 when needed. T-shaped legs offer stability and support. Two leaves are stored under the easy to open table for easy expansion, allowing your dining table to change from seating 4 to 10. The wood construction offers warmth and gives this modern design a classic feel.
The Skovby SM 101 Multi-Function Extending Table is a table meant for small places. It features two fold-down table ends with a center compartment for kitchen storage. A reversible panel in the top center functions as a steel trivet on one side. Seats 2-6 in a small space.