Reclaimed Dining Table

Reclaimed Dining Table

Dining Room Tables & Kitchen Tables Your dining room table needs to be perfectly adapted to your home, your style and your way of life. Whether that means an eco-friendly reclaimed wood dining table, modern glass top table, an extending dining room table or a pedestal round table, a traditional solid wood dining table or a cool parsons style farmhouse table – explore our range of tables to find the one that’s perfect for your dining room decor. Mix and match with our wood dining chairs, formal upholstered chairs, modern dining chairs or maybe a dining bench for beautiful eclectic or modern dining room decor. Choosing the right dining table can cause even the most self-assured designer to agonize over making the right decision. The most crucial decision to make first is deciding on the table size. For someone who loves to entertain, having a large dining room table would seem like a must, but the space that the table is going in will ultimately dictate the size. If you have a dining room, most people look solely at rectangular dining tables. Most rectangle tables begin around 72”—although you can also find them as small as 60”dining tables—and will go up significantly from there. A 72” table seats six people comfortably. If your space doesn’t allow for a table larger than 72”, but you’re concerned about not having enough seating for guests, you do have a couple of options. Although it’s not ideal as it doesn’t leave much elbow-room for those sitting at your table, you can purchase two extra dining side chairs and use them when needed. You can also use a dining bench rather than chairs, on one side which will give one extra place for a guest. As tables increase in size, they typically get larger in 12” increments (72”, 84”, 96”, 108”), and usually allow for 2 more chairs at the table—an 84” dining table will seat 6-8 people, a 96” table will seat 8-10 people, 108”+ table will seat 10+ people. If you are the host of the Thanksgiving dinners, you might consider an extending dining table. Extendable Dining Room Tables can be both stylish and offer flexiblity. To measure the space, it’s always recommended to use painters tape to mark the size of the potential table. You should also provide at least 24 inches of space behind each chair when someone is sitting in it. This is the minimum space needed for people to pass by when serving or leaving the dinner table. Once that’s done, you should also take into consideration other pieces of furniture you may want to have in the dining room—such as a credenza, a buffet sideboard, a curio cabinet, a bar cart. Once you determine the size, the next question you will need to ask yourself is what style of dining or kitchen table works best in your dream dining room decor. Whatever your style might be, here at Zin Home, we offer from Traditional Dining Tables to Beach Style Dining Tables, Industrial Loft Style dining tables to Modern Dining Tables and Rustic Farmhouse Dining Room Tables to Parson style tables . For many people, the look of modern reclaimed wood dining tables provides the right kind of unique style the fits all sorts of spaces. For others, a trestle dining table with it’s classic design is the right choice. Another choice is table made from other materials such as glass top dining tables, concrete top, or even stone top tables. Be sure check our dining room ideas for design inspirations.
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Reclaimed Dining Table

Product Description A modern table with a rich history, the Paloma II table is the story of timber reclamation from around the world. Its distinctive base of precision-cut strips is handcrafted of peroba wood reclaimed from homes in Brazil no longer in use. In organic contrast is a top veneer of Australian ironbark hardwood, reclaimed from Brisbane’s historic Hornibrook Highway Bridge circa 1935. Learn More The table’s striking base is hand-assembled in a horizontal Prairie-style continuum, displaying a beautiful range of natural Peroba wood grain in dark and honeyed browns. The Paloma II Reclaimed Wood Dining Table is a Crate and Barrel exclusive. Reclaimed peroba wood legsReclaimed Australian hardwood veneered topClear water-based lacquer finishEach piece is unique due to the natural aging process of reclaimed woodsSeats 8Made in Indonesia Print this Page Email a link to this page to someone
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Reclaimed Dining Table

Your dining room table needs to be perfectly adapted to your home, your style and your way of life. Whether that means an eco-friendly reclaimed wood dining table, modern glass top table, an extending dining room table or a pedestal round table, a traditional solid wood dining table or a cool parsons style farmhouse table – explore our range of tables to find the one that’s perfect for your dining room decor. Mix and match with our wood dining chairs, formal upholstered chairs, modern dining chairs or maybe a dining bench for beautiful eclectic or modern dining room decor.
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Reclaimed Dining Table

Once you determine the size, the next question you will need to ask yourself is what style of dining or kitchen table works best in your dream dining room decor. Whatever your style might be, here at Zin Home, we offer from Traditional Dining Tables to Beach Style Dining Tables, Industrial Loft Style dining tables to Modern Dining Tables and Rustic Farmhouse Dining Room Tables to Parson style tables . For many people, the look of modern reclaimed wood dining tables provides the right kind of unique style the fits all sorts of spaces. For others, a trestle dining table with it’s classic design is the right choice. Another choice is table made from other materials such as glass top dining tables, concrete top, or even stone top tables.
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Reclaimed Dining Table

A modern table with a rich history, the Paloma II table is the story of timber reclamation from around the world. Its distinctive base of precision-cut strips is handcrafted of peroba wood reclaimed from homes in Brazil no longer in use. In organic contrast is a top veneer of Australian ironbark hardwood, reclaimed from Brisbane’s historic Hornibrook Highway Bridge circa 1935. Learn More The table’s striking base is hand-assembled in a horizontal Prairie-style continuum, displaying a beautiful range of natural Peroba wood grain in dark and honeyed browns. The Paloma II Reclaimed Wood Dining Table is a Crate and Barrel exclusive.
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Reclaimed Dining Table

Rustic meets relaxed. Made from unfinished reclaimed pine certified to Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC) standards, our Emmerson® Dining Table shows the knots and natural imperfections that make each piece subtly one of a kind. Made from sustainably sourced wood certified to FSC® standards. Learn more. Solid reclaimed pine in a waxed finish. The reclaimed pine comes from a variety of sources, including shipping pallets and packing crates. Each piece tells the story of its previous life, often marked by scratches, color variations, stains, repair patches and natural imperfections that only add to its beauty. Unfinished wood has a rugged surface texture that will soften with age and use. Imported. Select items are online/catalog only.

Reclaimed Dining Table

If you have a dining room, most people look solely at rectangular dining tables. Most rectangle tables begin around 72”—although you can also find them as small as 60”dining tables—and will go up significantly from there. A 72” table seats six people comfortably. If your space doesn’t allow for a table larger than 72”, but you’re concerned about not having enough seating for guests, you do have a couple of options. Although it’s not ideal as it doesn’t leave much elbow-room for those sitting at your table, you can purchase two extra dining side chairs and use them when needed. You can also use a dining bench rather than chairs, on one side which will give one extra place for a guest.
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Reclaimed Dining Table

Step 2 Find Reclaimed Wood The top of the table shown was fashioned from old, rough-sawn 2″-thick 2x12s. Rafters and floor joists from renovations and demolition jobs would work just as well*. Make sure to carefully pull nails and staples first. Two old symmetrical porch columns were cut in half to make four legs. Wooden gutters were used in place of crown trim to cap the table’s perimeter. Pro Tip When sourcing materials from a renovation or job site be sure to have clear permission and wear the appropriate safety gear. Be aware that lead paint and asbestos may be mixed in with clean wood. Watch out for and pull nails out of material before loading in a car or truck so reclaimed wood will stack better. Be careful when working with items painted prior to 1979 as they may contain lead-based paint. Be sure to consult the EPA’s Renovate Right: Important Lead Hazard Information for Families, Child Care Providers, and Schools pamphlet before disturbing any paint that could contain lead. Building materials produced before 1983 should also generally be tested for asbestos. Contact your local building official for exact requirements.
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Find Reclaimed Wood The top of the table shown was fashioned from old, rough-sawn 2″-thick 2x12s. Rafters and floor joists from renovations and demolition jobs would work just as well*. Make sure to carefully pull nails and staples first. Two old symmetrical porch columns were cut in half to make four legs. Wooden gutters were used in place of crown trim to cap the table’s perimeter. Pro Tip When sourcing materials from a renovation or job site be sure to have clear permission and wear the appropriate safety gear. Be aware that lead paint and asbestos may be mixed in with clean wood. Watch out for and pull nails out of material before loading in a car or truck so reclaimed wood will stack better. Be careful when working with items painted prior to 1979 as they may contain lead-based paint. Be sure to consult the EPA’s Renovate Right: Important Lead Hazard Information for Families, Child Care Providers, and Schools pamphlet before disturbing any paint that could contain lead. Building materials produced before 1983 should also generally be tested for asbestos. Contact your local building official for exact requirements.