Swap out that old, possible damaged dining table top with a newer, flashier, well-constructed, table top.. Maybe it's time for an update. Maybe your just got your kitchen redone and the table no longer fits into the continuity of the room. It doesn't have to be completely replaced. Just pop off the top, and install one of the many options from this impressive collection.
Extendable Dining Room Table
It is an extendable dining room table that has got a traditional design. It looks amazing in country, cottage and traditional style dining room. It is perfect for everyday meals with family.
Extendable Dining Room Table
This extendable dining room table has got a very elegant and antique design and finish. It looks great in stylish dining room area. It has got a perfect size that fits six chairs and could fit six plates.
You don’t need fancy materials to create an elegant dining room table. Standard two-inch by four-inch lumber placed side by side and framed with additional two-by-fours with neatly mitered corners can be used as is or stained and sealed.
The innovative table top made of the pallet elements. Each of them is unique, so your table will be one of a kind. Using many pallets in different colors results in a patchwork piece of furniture. Perfect for the rustic interiors.
Real wood with stain creates a beautiful table from basic materials. Parallel two-inch stock lumber is used to build this charming farmhouse table. Natural wood grain assures that no two tables will be exactly alike. Team with traditional straight back chairs.
Vintage style dining room tabletop with a stained antique look and a multitude of different neutral tones. The tabletop has an elongated rectangular design and would easily be able to accommodate more than five large dining chairs at any given time.
Refurbished wood tables with a chalk finish. This particular table has a brushed cream top which makes it resemble marble. The support surround and legs are a tree-bark gray that has green undertones. The result contrasts nicely with light room colors.
A dining room table top should be between 1” and 1 ¾” thick, although glass options are usually less than 1” (half of it on average).
The right thickness will also depend on your interior style. For example, modern and traditional tables tend to be thicker, whereas minimalist and more contemporary designs usually involve slicker and thinner surfaces.
The best finish for a dining room table top depends on the style of your room.
Lighter finishes work better in more contemporary and smaller settings as it helps them look wider than they actually are. If you want to emphasize this effect, you can also consider a glass dining room table top: it will amplify the light in your room and make it feel airier.
Darker finishes are more obvious choices in retro, vintage, and modern dining rooms, especially larger ones.
A white, distressed dining room table top is ideal in shabby chic settings whereas models with visible wooden planks can reinforce a rustic or farmhouse feel.
You can even find dining room table tops in different colors other than traditional wood: if that’s what you’re after, try and choose one from your existing palette to maintain a consistent look.
The current trends for dining room table tops that we’re excited to explore involve mixed textures and styles, round glass-top tables on top of metallic pedestals, and anything that involves retro design.
These design trends favor vintage or thrift shopping, as well as adding pops of color into your home instead of (necessarily) favoring the neutral color scheme that has been prevalent in Scandi, modern, or minimalist trends of the last decade.
Feel free to add in textured placemats or runners to really show off your table to its best extent.
Creative dining room tabletop repurposed from a vintage wooden door. The top is extra-large and will easily accommodate more than six chairs at any given time. It features a glossed light brown finish and metal accents around the edges for immense style.
Very interesting idea for using old pallets. This dining table is made of these materials. The whole construction is very solid. Its base includes four legs and additional horizontal supports for enhanced stability.
The stained wooden table for four. The dark grey color creates the vintage look. The legs are ornamented like the columns. Restored pieces of furniture fits the best to rustic interiors. The set contains also four chairs.
Because of its versatile design, this table may be placed in any kitchen or dining area. Modern yet elegant, it will mesmerize your eyes and enhance that sophisticated look of your living space. Its frame is finished in dark cappuccino and the top has been made of creamy faux marble.
An adorable farmhouse table that sports the wooden structure and the sublime distressed finish that go along splendidly with the traditional looks to create a perfect addition to your dining room.
Do not be afraid to risk a change in your old dining room. The black wooden table can be a bit overwhelming - but if you paint it in white and add natural oak wood boards - you'll get a fantastic light and a whole new dining rook table top.
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Take a look at the wood dining table which combines reclaimed wood and concrete. The wooden panel naturally goes in the middle of the tabletop. The outmost parts - have a grey color. That's how you can celebrate a wood in your dining room.
Loot: Chalk Paint® Gallery. Great site for before and after furniture makeovers.
Dining table with a durable wooden frame finished in white color. Its solid wooden top is based on five slats. This simple looking table brings some old barn accents into a dining room and it provides space for large families.
A typical French country dining setting, all in white, except for a sleek dark cherry table top. Wrought iron chandelier of scroll design, topped off with dark red shades, focuses the attention on the dining table.
Classic round dining set in olive - a less common version of a timeless design. The green hue gives the traditional form an extra pep. Apart from this feature, everything is rather typical: round pedestal table, spindle accent chairs.
Farmhouse Table Makeover. Hopefully this is what my beautiful treasure from the Habitat for Humanity re-store will look like when I'm done with it!!!!!
Dining room table I made from pallet wood.
Original roofing planks from the house were salvaged and arranged in a chevron pattern to create a custom dining room table.
DIY "Husky Farmhouse Table" This blog is amazing - she lists dimensions, supplies, cut lists, everything. I have no doubt I could never make this, but with her steps I could sure try! (Plus, it's all "from scratch" so there's no hunting around for a table