Large and powerful, farmhouse tables are a great choice for families or anyone who enjoys extravagant dining. We conducted hours of research on the best farmhouse tables, evaluating each model for size, craftsmanship, style and finish.
Our top picks include the Pottery Barn Modern Farmhouse Extension Table, which has all the hallmarks of farmhouse style, including an X-shaped base, wide tabletop and hand-done finish, and the KLIMPFJÄLL Dining Table from IKEA. While it’s budget-friendly, it doesn’t lack the personality or craftsmanship associated with the farmhouse style.
Find the best farmhouse dining table for the future and add a warm aesthetic to your home.
Pottery Barn is known for its high-quality, shabby chic furniture. The Modern Farmhouse Extension Dining Table features farmhouse-inspired hallmarks such as an X-shaped base, wide tabletop and handcrafted antique finish. Nonetheless, it’s aesthetically pleasing enough to fit into a modern home, thanks to the ultra-sleek, straight lines throughout the piece.
The table is also highly customizable, as it can extend up to 94 inches long and seat up to eight people at a time – perfect for vacation entertaining and other occasions. Note: This table does not include seating, but the brand offers a number of complementary options sold separately.
If it’s luxury you’re after, you can find it at high-end retailer Serena & Lily. Their California dining table is gorgeous. It has a farmhouse aesthetic, thanks to the wide rectangular table top, X-shaped base and clean lines of white wood construction that give this table its unique sleekness. The table is made of solid teak and acacia wood for exceptional sturdiness and longevity.
You don’t need a spacious dining room in a large house to accommodate a stylish farmhouse table – just use the Tribesign’s dining table. This attractive white and naturally stained wood table comes with two benches tucked neatly underneath the table and seats up to four diners, but has a small footprint that won’t make your space look and feel cramped.
It is an affordable dining table. While white and natural wood best echo the farmhouse style, you can also opt for a darker espresso finish if you prefer a more temperamental look.
Farmhouse style doesn’t always tend to be shabby chic and antique. If you like this style but prefer more modern design details, consider the Blox table from CB2. Featured by the brand, this table has crisp, clean lines and wide legs at different angles, giving it the perfect kiss of modern style.
It’s an incredible table, especially for large families or anyone who likes to entertain. It is 35 inches wide and 91 inches long, and can comfortably accommodate up to 10 guests.
While rectangular tables are most often associated with farmhouse style, there are many aesthetically pleasing round options. If you prefer a round dining table, the Laurel Foundry Modern Farmhouse Ebbert Trestle Dining Table is a beautifully crafted piece. It features a unique cross-shaped base design and its wooden veneer top has slight wood grain detailing that gives it a shabby chic appeal.
While your average farmhouse table often lacks striking design details, this table from Crate & Barrel is a welcome exception. It has a simple plank top, related to the look of a more standard farmhouse table, with plenty of angles, slopes and straight edges that draw the eye to the table’s bracketed base.
This is a very sturdy, well-made table made of solid pine filigree, brushed to set off the attractive wood grain. It is finished with a natural finish and a light lacquer topcoat to bring a hint of shine and refinement. Over time, the wood dining table will develop its own unique living character and rich antique brass color that arguably gets better with age.