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 Vintage Dining Table from Ion Design combines the beauty of American black walnut with a thoroughly modern design. Tapered, angled legs add form and stability. Using FSC Certified wood the Vintage Dining Table offers a warm, elegant locale for your next family dinner.
The Skovby SM 19 Rectangular Extending Dining Table features an easily-extendable top. When one end of the table is pulled, the other slides out as well, revealing one folding leaf stored underneath. Structural table supports take the place of legs for this wood veneer table. Seats 6-10 people.
The CH327 Dining Table was designed by Hans Wegner in 1962 is the ultimate wood dining table. The CH327 Dining Table from Carl Hansen walks that fine line between offering plenty of dining space without being overwhelming. Slender legs support a 1 inch thick top offering a minimal , almost floating appearance. The top of the CH327 Dining Table features solid wood pieces running the length of the table, fully exhibiting the beauty of the wood materials.
The Gus Modern Plank Dining Table is comprised of four strong, engineered wood plank legs with a smooth table top - all finished with rich Walnut veneer. This minimal table is a modern re-interpretation of the farm table. Seats up to 6.
The Eames Round Table is a staple of modern design. It's simple and elegant, with no frills to the design. But even a simple round table is made more interesting when Charles and Ray Eames get involved. The pedestal "leg" of the table and the tapering fingers of the metal base are subtle and fine, and the name alone is worth a lot of cachet.
Grounded firmly in the easygoing, practical Shaker style, the Sarah Dining Table is simple, with a classic silhouette. Shaker designs are meant to be versatile and simple, and this expanding dining table is both. It features a 4-leg base style for stability and a modern touch. The Sarah dining table incorporates self-equalizing ball bearing extension glides and a single, self-storing, 24" wide butterfly leaf. It expands to seat up to ten people.
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 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.
Grounded firmly in the easygoing, practical Shaker style, the Sarah Dining Table is simple, with a classic silhouette. Shaker designs are meant to be versatile and simple, and this expanding dining table is both. It features a trestle-style base for stability and stylish presence. The Sarah dining table incorporates self-equalizing ball bearing extension glides and a single, self-storing, 24" wide butterfly leaf. It expands to seat up to ten people.
The Vintage Round Dining Table from Ion Design combines the beauty of American black walnut with a thoroughly modern design. Tapered, angled legs add form and stability. Using FSC Certified wood the Vintage Round Dining Table from Ion Design offers a warm, elegant locale for your next family dinner.
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 CH322 Dining Table was designed by Hans Wegner in 1960 and features an exquisite design with timeless appeal. The steel base combines beautifully with the wooden top, offering a modern style complete with the warmth of wood. The 1 inch thick table top offers plenty of support as your family gathers round for dinner while the minimal design makes this piece suitable for both a quick morning bite or a fancy family meal.
The CH338 Dining Table from Carl Hansen is a hallmark of modern dining tables. Originally designed by Hans Wegner in 1962 the CH338 Dining Table features slender wooden legs that majestically support the 1 inch thick table top. The perfectly symmetrical form promises to bring an elegant minimal, modern touch to any dining room.
The Skovby SM 23 Rectangular Extending Dining Table features three leaves that are cleverly stored beneath the tabletop when not in use. This large extending table can go from seating 6 to seating 12 in a snap. Solid wood or wood veneer options available.
The CH339 Dining Table from Carl Hansen combines fine materials and elegant design into a majestic piece that brings a modern, minimal touch to any dining room. Originally designed by Hans Wegner in 1962, the CH339 Dining Table features slender legs that support the 1 inch thick top. The symmetrical frame adds to the CH339 Dining Table's modern appeal. Whether you need a quick bite to eat or a place to host your entire family for a formal dinner, the CH339 Dining Table offers modern, functional design for any dining room.
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.
Skovby SM 36 Rectangular Extending Dining Table is made from beautiful wood veneer over solid wood. Pull on one end of the table, and the other end slides away to open space for the leaf. One leaf is kept hidden in the table base, and rises into place with a light touch. Seats 8 unextended, 10 when extended.
The dining room table is perhaps the most important single piece of furniture in any home. It's the one place that the entire family gathers several times a day, and it performs a multitude of tasks. It needs to be sturdy and well built, of course, but it also must be beautiful, impeccably designed, and uniquely suited to its owners and the design scheme of the room and the house that it sits in. The dining room table is also a place for collaboration, conversation, projects, planning, get-togethers and parties - it serves many purposes, and it must do each of them well.
At Smart Furniture we've pulled together a wide-ranging collection of stunning dining room tables in a multitude of styles from the very best designers and design studios on earth. You're sure to find a table that speaks to you in our collection, and many of the pieces can actually be further customized and stylized by you, the buyer - that helps to make the fit absolutely perfect!
Classic tables from past masters like George Nelson, Frank Lloyd Wright and the Eames are here in abundance, but so are fresher, more contemporary, often more fun pieces from modern firms and designers like BDI, Skovby, and Calligaris. Here you can find lovely dining room tables made primarily with glass, or wood, or steel, or even plastic - whatever you want, you can have for your own, and all curated from the best of the best. You can find simple, elegant rectangles as well as more complex modern creations that mix materials and purposes, and can even extend as you need them to.
No matter what kind of dining table you're interested in, there are sure to be dozens of examples in this collection that interest you, and a few that will take your breath away.