Mid Century Glass Dining Table

Mid Century Glass Dining Table

Dining Tables Whether you spend two hours or ten minutes in the kitchen, you want dinner to be served up right. Our suggestion? Add a vintage dining table to the menu. While we love a dining set, a used dining table allows one to get creative with the chairs. For a twist on things, mix a whitewashed farmhouse style with pop-colored industrial stools, or pair a traditional round table with streamlined, wishbone chairs. Don’t know what dining table best fits you and your brood? Read about picking the perfect dining table here. Following Follow This Search
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Mid Century Glass Dining Table

If you crave a used dining table fit for a feast, try a trestle dining table. Reduced to its most basic elements, a trestle table is composed of planks of wood set atop sawhorse bases that are supported by a horizontal beam. Chunky and often fantastically rustic, trestle tables are dramatic dining tables that dominate a room, infusing even the most modern spaces with decades-old character. Because of their size, try a vintage trestle table in a dining room that’s solely dedicated to dining, or a dining annex with a horizontal orientation.
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Mid Century Glass Dining Table

Whether you spend two hours or ten minutes in the kitchen, you want dinner to be served up right. Our suggestion? Add a vintage dining table to the menu. While we love a dining set, a used dining table allows one to get creative with the chairs. For a twist on things, mix a whitewashed farmhouse style with pop-colored industrial stools, or pair a traditional round table with streamlined, wishbone chairs. Don’t know what dining table best fits you and your brood? Read about picking the perfect dining table here.
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Mid Century Glass Dining Table

When you consider the simplicity of the Parsons table, it becomes clear why makers have designed them in virtually every finish under the sun. Stylistically, it’s a vintage dining table that will easily merge with different styles of décor. Use a lacquered Parsons dining table in a modern dining room synced with sleek upholstered dining chairs, or use a wood Parsons dining table paired with simple wood benches.
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Mid Century Glass Dining Table

With this said, it’s obvious that a vintage dining table is an investment piece, one with higher stakes than, say, a side table or accent chair. Not only does a vintage dining table need to fit your space and sense of style, but it also needs to accommodate your family at its loudest and proudest. To help, we’re outlining the basics of three common used dining table styles: the trestle, the pedestal, and the Parsons. To help decide on the best used dining table for your space, read on!

Mid Century Glass Dining Table

about this collection Tables need to be functional, but that doesn’t mean they can’t also be stylish. All of our tables are made of high quality materials to present a solid foundation for any dining or work that may come its way. With a range of styles from traditional to contemporary, including a large selection of mid-century modern, we’re confident you’ll find the perfect dining table for your space. The dining table can often become the gathering place of the home, and we understand how important picking the right one is. That’s why our customer service team is here to help answer any design or product questions you may have. Our convenient 30 day return policy is available should anything not work out.
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Mid Century Glass Dining Table

Tables need to be functional, but that doesn’t mean they can’t also be stylish. All of our tables are made of high quality materials to present a solid foundation for any dining or work that may come its way. With a range of styles from traditional to contemporary, including a large selection of mid-century modern, we’re confident you’ll find the perfect dining table for your space. The dining table can often become the gathering place of the home, and we understand how important picking the right one is. That’s why our customer service team is here to help answer any design or product questions you may have. Our convenient 30 day return policy is available should anything not work out.
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Mid Century Glass Dining Table

If a trestle dining table seems too sizable for your space, and a pedestal dining table too showy, try a vintage Parsons dining table. Counted among our favorite designer dining tables, the Parsons table is composed of a flat slab top supported by square column legs of equal width. Modern and polished, Parsons tables are frequently finished in lacquer, but sometimes employ a faux finish like marble, stone, or brass. It’s also common to find them rendered in wood or metal.
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Room to grow. Bring the beauty of beveled edges, shapely solid wood legs and mid-century design to the dining room with this expandable dining table. Expandable to fit the whole family, it comfortably seats up to eight or ten. Made from sustainably sourced wood certified to FSC® standards. Learn more. Solid eucalyptus wood base. Available in a Walnut veneer, Natural Oak finish or White lacquer finish. Table expands via drop-in leaf. Imported.
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Because the dining room is the hub of home entertaining, finding the right dining table to accommodate family and friends is a worthy investment. A good table can last decades — it can even be passed down from generation to generation. Besides being above all practical, a dining table also sets the overall midcentury mood of the space: a lightly stained wooden set for four exudes an informal, casual feel, while a formal table for 10 evokes sophistication and formality. As you get ready to purchase a new one, consider what works for you and your family. More
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Which isn’t to say that a vintage pedestal table can’t be an inspired option for a small space. To turn a vintage pedestal dining tables into a small space dining table, opt for one with a relatively demure base, like an Eero Saarinen Tulip Table. Featuring a round, white marble top set atop a white, stem-like base, the vintage Tulip table is an elegant yet compact piece, perfect for tucking into breakfast nooks or bay window recesses that may have to suffice as dining rooms in space-challenged apartments. As a bonus, these tables often come with leaf extensions, making them pieces that can grow with you, if need be.
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Room to grow. Bring the beauty of beveled edges, shapely solid wood legs and mid-century design to the dining room with this expandable dining table. Expandable to fit the whole family, it comfortably seats up to eight or ten.
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Once you have your used dining table in place, the rush to serve up a maiden voyage meal can easily overshadow the an off-duty dining table can sometimes look very bare, indeed. Yet deciding what on vintage dining table décor can be difficult (what goes on must come off, after all). To simplify, try something simple like a runner anchored with a vase, trio of hurricane lanterns, or topiaries. If your look is more modern, skip the runner and try a single vase filled with fresh flowers.
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The indisputable social hub of the home, a vintage dining table is so much more than a place to dine. With an expansive surface area that garners it a prime spot for homework and board games, not to mention a sense of durability that warrants it capable of handling even the messiest of art projects, a vintage dining table rightfully earns itself the title of the heart of the home.
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When it comes to choosing seating to pair with your vintage trestle table, there’s something pitch-perfect about benches, which lend a relaxed, farm-like vibe. On the other end of the spectrum, trestles are also ripe for mixing with upholstered chairs or modern, sculptural ones. If none of these speak to you, but you still love the look of the trestle table, try a vintage trestle table that deviates from the usual rustic style, such as one in a glam glass and brass finish, or a concrete and iron finish.
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Sell on Houzz – Learn MoreWhat table material should I get?The material is mostly dictated by the overall style of the space; after all, your furniture should reflect your midcentury taste. Darker woods, such as cherry and mahogany, are often seen as elegantly traditional, while dark metals, concrete, and wood/metal mixtures are mostly contemporary. Colorful plastics are modern and playful, while glass can be modern or traditional, depending on the base material used.

What table material should I get?The material is mostly dictated by the overall style of the space; after all, your furniture should reflect your midcentury taste. Darker woods, such as cherry and mahogany, are often seen as elegantly traditional, while dark metals, concrete, and wood/metal mixtures are mostly contemporary. Colorful plastics are modern and playful, while glass can be modern or traditional, depending on the base material used.