Steel Dining Table

Steel Dining Table

The durability of stainless steel makes it ideal for the kitchen, but have you considered welcoming this popular material into your dining room as well? Today’s post is dedicated to stainless steel dining tables with a sleek modern look. Read on for a roundup of tables that are currently available for purchase, as well as plenty of pics for design inspiration.
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Steel Dining Table

Don’t forget the power of stainless steel outdoors, especially when it comes to dining in the contemporary yard and garden. Check out The Shore collection by Hauser, shown in today’s last featured image. The stainless steel table is a standout, and so is the mesh of the chairs (available in black or white):
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Steel Dining Table

Here’s another stainless steel table without a centerpiece. With the aqua glassware in the rest of the room adding vibrant pops of color, the table needs nothing on the surface. In fact, the absence of clutter calls attention to the table’s modern form.
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Steel Dining Table

In fact, this same model features an array of options for the tabletop, including engineered wood, as shown on the White Top/Stainless Steel Base Parsons Dining Table below. Not to mention, an array of sizes and two heights allow you to choose just the right model for your interior.

Steel Dining Table

Yes, the table also comes in marble. Polished Italian Carrara marble, to be exact. Would you choose the standard dining table height or the counter height for variety?…
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Steel Dining Table

Consider the style you’re trying to evoke in your dining room, and don’t be afraid to incorporate a variety of looks as you design the area. The dining space below is industrial, organic and a bit traditional, all at the same time.
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Steel Dining Table

The Inox Table from Design Within Reach is durable, so you can use it outdoors as well as inside. An engine-turned scallop pattern embellishes the top of the table, and the feet are die-cast solid aluminum for added stability.

Steel Dining Table

Our glass patio table that came with our set shattered one night last fall after many years of service. I saw this for a very reasonable price and hoped it would match our chairs. Sadly, it doesn't really match at all because of the light brown/coppery faux wood top is a ton lighter in person. Our deck and furniture is all cool colors and it's very warmly colored. However, it's really sturdy and seem durable so we decided to keep it anyway in anticipation of having to replace in the patio chairs in the next few years. Hopefully it'll hold up in the weather, but seems solid enough.