5 NEW WAYS TO STYLE A FARMHOUSE TABLE

If you like the look of farmhouse dining tables, you will want to read this post! This week we are sharing 5 inspiration images with different ways to incorporate a farmhouse dining table into your home. Beware, the following images may knock your socks off and you may be encouraged to redesign and redecorate your dining space immediately following this blog post.

Source: My Scandinavian Home

Source: My Scandinavian Home


To get the most out of your dining table, transform your dining room into a space that is cozy and elegant so that you will want to set the table and sit down for a nice meal. This table adds some warmth to an all-white and neutral based room. The potted plant adds balance to the space and some color as well. It has a little rustic charm but also blends nicely with the mid-century modern style dining chairs and brassy light fixture hanging above. The table finish is much darker than the flooring, helping to draw the eye to the intended accent piece.

Source: Better Homes and Gardens

Source: Better Homes and Gardens

This tables beautiful finish and interesting legs add interest to the neutral space. It is paired with traditional upholstered dining chairs which all flows nicely with the exposed wooden beams. The use of subtle greenery in the space along with the rug underneath, give off a cozy and relaxing vibe while still complimenting all the wood accents.

Source: Better Homes and Gardens

Source: Better Homes and Gardens

Notice how the wood tones in the table match the colors used in the hardwood floor, this can also help to pull a space together. The bronze finish on the metal chairs and the metal shelf on the back wall, help give the space a more masculine touch. The light fixture is close to the design of terrariums used to house succulents and plants so this ties in well with the plants used as centerpiece.

Source: Pinterest; Source Unknown

Source: Pinterest; Source Unknown

This Scandinavian themed dining room is very simple and clean with Eames inspired dining chairs. White is often used in Scandinavian style design and this raw tabletop adds warmth to the entire space. The black vase on top of the table contrasts nicely with the light raw wood and brings a cohesive feel to the rest of the spaces black accents.

Source: Pop Sugar

Source: Pop Sugar


The dark wood tones in this traditional setting are accented with the light walls, faux fur throw, and light neutral based upholstered chairs. The bench that accompanies this table helps to keep the space to feel open and airy.

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Which one of these is your favorite style farmhouse table and why? Let us know in the comments below! 

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