33 Chic and Elegant Kitchen Tables
From nation pizazz to cool and contemporary, we have each style covered.
On Shelter Island in New York, planner Cary Tamarkin and designer Suzanne Shaker made the ideal present day shoreline house. In the dining zone, a Saarinen tulip table is encompassed by Hans Wegner seats, which add a sculptural component to the clean-lined space. ($2,126, knoll.com)
Architect Heidi Stôrmer designed a breakfast room additionally highlighting Eero Saarinen's dining table. ($2,126, knoll.com) The notable table differentiations the customary feel of the alcove.
The bends of the notorious Saarinen table counter the straight lines in the primary apartment of design blogger Sarah Rose. ($2,126, knoll.com)
Designed by Myra Hoefer Design, this dining room includes a table by Astier de Villatte. The grain of the wood echoes the provincial bars overhead.
Pale dark easy chairs offer a rich unbiased contrast to Hickory Chair's nitty gritty Gustav table."The breakfast room is certainly a morning room," designer Michael Smith says of this conventional Upper East Side home. It's light and vaporous, with ravishing perspectives.
Extendable Dining Table
Don't disregard table takes off! In a 1920s home, same Gustav table possesses the powder blue breakfast room yet stretches out to situate six for dinners.
It's the ideal choice for those short on space, as the tall table consumes up negligible room. Take your morning espresso with a view at a table by Janus et Cie.
A splendid yellow divider and a significantly brighter citron table from HB Home breathed life into a 1940s kitchen.
A glass-topped Silverado dining table by CB2 offers bunches of legroom over the wraparound banquette in this bright nook.
A rectangular elm table from Hammertown offers a lot of room for visitors in a Connecticut house embellished by Dana Simpson and Joan Osofsky.
Wooden Breakfast Table
In the breakfast region of a Corona del Mar house, a ceiling fixture hangs over a Stuart table by Richard Mulligan, making a characterized dining area.
Transparent components help augment light, making an extensive vibe. Adjusted on Plexiglas chambers, the breakfast table from Oomph seems to skimming in a reflexive white kitchen designed by Louise Brooks.
Glass Pedestal Table
Designer Amanda Nisbet tucked a Julian Chichester Dakota table beyond all detectable inhibitions room of a New York apartment.
Inspired by French bistros, designer Stephen Shubel designed zinc-top tables for the breakfast room in a California nation home.
Designer Michelle Adams picked a nineteenth century Swedish pine trestle table for her 1920s-time home.
Designer Annie Selke improved this Chatham shoreline house with kitchen seats and a table by Annie Selke Home.
Chris Barrett designed the 1950s-style dining room table and seats; she caned the seats and made a transparent table base to give the furniture a "beachy" feel.
Relaxed Farmhouse Table
Wicker seats encompass a custom homestead table from Mecox Gardens, complemented by chipper yellow shades and pillows.
Antique Refectory Table
This Spanish Colonial Revival kitchen's 1850s English refectory table has a character-filled surface that echoes the wood pillars above.
Extra-Long Kitchen Table
Originally a living room, this cutting edge farmhouse kitchen has an atypical look. "I longed for a house where you truly do cook and eat and live in one room," says planner Ruard Veltman. The 11-foot-long teak table is by Verellen.
A custom table finished with White Zeus Extreme Silestone makes the smooth Swedish vibe in this negligible kitchen
Painted Farmhouse Table
"It's a great farmhouse kitchen, yet the hues are peculiar, individual, and significantly more dynamic than the standard white or dim," designer Kari McCabe says of a house in New England. For additional shading, the legs of the nineteenth century American table are painted a delicate blue.
The breakfast region of a Scandinavian kitchen includes a vintage table and seats from Antiqvm.
In this customary mountain home designed by Ruard Veltman, a specially crafted table adjoins the kitchen island to make more prepare space and support sit-down meals.
Rustic Yellow Table
In a Los Angeles house, the kitchen has a comfortable environment with regards to the 1939 house. A yellow tones of the19th-century English homestead table play off the vivid rug.
French Farm Table
Designer Suzanne Kasler rethought the eat-in kitchen by blending formal Louis XV-style dining seats with a nineteenth century French ranch table.
Walnut Kitchen Table
Robbin and Hillary Hayne designed the liberal dining table, made of 12-foot-long walnut boards.
Antique Slavic Table
Chris Barrett found the tall 1860s Czech table, with delightfully turned legs at J.F. Chen. It works flawlessly in a space that was "too little for a dining table and too enormous to have nothing," Barrett says, filling in as both breakfast island and smorgasbord for dining on the terrace.
"I cherish the possibility of something old, and this antique zinc table looks as though it could have been dragged in from the garden," says tastemaker Ken Fulk in regards to the 2015 kitchen of the year.
A realistic island, produced using fallen oak and a hand-cut cherry log painted white, sets a bold tone for this 400-square-foot Brooklyn apartment.
Natural Wood Table
A wooden farmhouse table from Royal Port Antiques becomes the overwhelming focus in a mint-green kitchen.
Elegance is fundamental in this customary Dallas home designed by Cathy Kincaid. Sun streams over a Georgian-style mahogany table from Florian Papp.
The dining room of this 1920s Spanish Colonial Revival home in Los Angeles highlights a Country Trestle table by Emanuel Morez.
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