White Farmhouse Dining Table

White Farmhouse Dining Table

Explore Our Farmhouse Tables Our farmhouse tables are fully customizable and are bench-built by skilled craftsmen in the USA. This enables us to offer our farm tables in any size, shape, style or color.  Farmhouse tables are available as either new wood tables or old reclaimed barn wood dining tables.  Thick top tables, planked top farm tables,  company board extension tables, painted kitchen tables are a few of the many options available. In addition to the traditional farmhouse table legs, farmhouse trestle tables and farmhouse pedestal tables are available.  The possibilities are endless!  Want some advice?  Contact one of our table consultants. Base Types – Farmhouse Tables When considering what type of  table base you want, it is not only important to consider the overall look you would like to achieve, but functionality as well.  Need a farm table for a nook?  A pedestal table or reclaimed barn wood trestle table works great.  Looking to seat a lot of people?  A table with legs could be the right solution for you.  Not sure what base would work best for you?  Our table consultants are here to help! CURVED LEGS 
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White Farmhouse Dining Table

Upgrade your decor with this Better Homes and Gardens Autumn Lane Farmhouse Dining Table. With this roomy table you can gather friends and family around at meal times. It features a solid design and traditional style. Crafted from solid wood with turned legs, this white and natural Better Homes and Gardens dining table pairs a warm stained oak tabletop with a painted base and legs. The finish provides a versatile look that can work well in a kitchen or dining area. Add the Autumn Lane Windsor chairs and Farmhouse bench (sold separately) to this traditional dining table and provide plenty of comfortable seating for the family. This large table can sit up to six people, making it ideal for entertaining guests. The farmhouse-style design is sure to add a warm and homely feel to the room.
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White Farmhouse Dining Table

Author Notes: At our last book signing in Anchorage – thank you Anchorage, you were wonderful! – a couple came up to me and showed me an absolutely beautiful console table they made. Definitely the best part of the signings is when I get to see pictures and talk to people one on one. And as we talked, the husband told me he had just returned from deployment, and how building furniture for their home had helped him adjust to returning home. He thanked me for putting plans out there that he could use. And I thought, thank me? I need to be thanking you, for protecting our freedom. Thank you, Veterans, for giving us freedom to live and pursue our dreams. And thank you, to those of you serving now, for continuing to make our country great. Happy Veteran’s Day. We certainly have much to be thankful for, don’t we? Are you celebrating Thanksgiving this year? It is definitely my most favorite holiday, with no exception. I love Thanksgiving and look forward to it all year. If you are hosting Thanksgiving, what could be more true tradition than to serve a home cooked meal of thanks on a handmade harvest table? I’m guessing the folks back at the original Thanksgiving dinner made their own table too. We of course have the perfect Farmhouse Table for you. image from Country Living Magazine/photo by Lucas Allen But with Thanksgiving just a couple weeks away, think you don’t have time to build this table? Well, with special thanks to Hillary at The Friendly Home, we’ve made this table easier than every to build. Hillary made this table with pocket holes instead of adding the 2×2 supports as done in the original plan, saving a ton of cuts and holes to be drilled, which saves time and money. Also, by using pocket holes, we hide most all of the screw holes, so a beautiful stained finish like Hillary’s is very easy to do. The easy to do pocket hole plan follows if you want to build this table. And as always, Hillary delivers a beautiful finish, and you can get all the details on how Hillary finished her table here. I love the stain color and will have to try it as well! PS – Don’t have a pocket hole jig? Here’s the original Farmhouse Table Plans. PSS – Have trouble finding 4x4s? Check out the book Farmhouse Table plans!
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White Farmhouse Dining Table

At our last book signing in Anchorage – thank you Anchorage, you were wonderful! – a couple came up to me and showed me an absolutely beautiful console table they made. Definitely the best part of the signings is when I get to see pictures and talk to people one on one. And as we talked, the husband told me he had just returned from deployment, and how building furniture for their home had helped him adjust to returning home. He thanked me for putting plans out there that he could use. And I thought, thank me? I need to be thanking you, for protecting our freedom. Thank you, Veterans, for giving us freedom to live and pursue our dreams. And thank you, to those of you serving now, for continuing to make our country great. Happy Veteran’s Day. We certainly have much to be thankful for, don’t we? Are you celebrating Thanksgiving this year? It is definitely my most favorite holiday, with no exception. I love Thanksgiving and look forward to it all year. If you are hosting Thanksgiving, what could be more true tradition than to serve a home cooked meal of thanks on a handmade harvest table? I’m guessing the folks back at the original Thanksgiving dinner made their own table too. We of course have the perfect Farmhouse Table for you. image from Country Living Magazine/photo by Lucas Allen But with Thanksgiving just a couple weeks away, think you don’t have time to build this table? Well, with special thanks to Hillary at The Friendly Home, we’ve made this table easier than every to build. Hillary made this table with pocket holes instead of adding the 2×2 supports as done in the original plan, saving a ton of cuts and holes to be drilled, which saves time and money. Also, by using pocket holes, we hide most all of the screw holes, so a beautiful stained finish like Hillary’s is very easy to do. The easy to do pocket hole plan follows if you want to build this table. And as always, Hillary delivers a beautiful finish, and you can get all the details on how Hillary finished her table here. I love the stain color and will have to try it as well! PS – Don’t have a pocket hole jig? Here’s the original Farmhouse Table Plans. PSS – Have trouble finding 4x4s? Check out the book Farmhouse Table plans!
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White Farmhouse Dining Table

Our farmhouse tables are fully customizable and are bench-built by skilled craftsmen in the USA. This enables us to offer our farm tables in any size, shape, style or color.  Farmhouse tables are available as either new wood tables or old reclaimed barn wood dining tables.  Thick top tables, planked top farm tables,  company board extension tables, painted kitchen tables are a few of the many options available. In addition to the traditional farmhouse table legs, farmhouse trestle tables and farmhouse pedestal tables are available.  The possibilities are endless!  Want some advice?  Contact one of our table consultants.
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White Farmhouse Dining Table

You can construct your own farmhouse table made of planks of solid reclaimed pine, this farmhouse table expands to seat up to 8 people. Bearing the knots and imperfections from its previous life, every piece is subtly distinct.
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White Farmhouse Dining Table

I ordered this table as a bundle with a set of 6 chairs. It is really a beautiful piece of furniture, and I was very excited to get it and set it up. The only problem was when I received the first one it has a dent in the top from where someone thought it would be a great idea to use a forklift to move the box, which in turn, damaged the table. The packaging for shipment leaves much to be desired, there is only a thin piece of cardboard between the table top and the outside of the box. The second table I received also had a dent, as well as a large crack that ran down part of the table top, so I ended up returning the set and purchasing a different table from another vendor. I am still upset about having to do that, because the table truly is beautiful. It is made of sturdy wood, and seems like it would hold together quite nicely if you can get one delivered undamaged, or pick it up from the store (I don't have this option, as no store within 3-4 hours of me keeps them on site). The table resembles the picture perfectly, and the top is gorgeous, and really gives off a “country” feel.
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White Farmhouse Dining Table

When considering what type of  table base you want, it is not only important to consider the overall look you would like to achieve, but functionality as well.  Need a farm table for a nook?  A pedestal table or reclaimed barn wood trestle table works great.  Looking to seat a lot of people?  A table with legs could be the right solution for you.  Not sure what base would work best for you?  Our table consultants are here to help!