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Find a dining table in the diverse collection of dining room furnishings we have available from Williams Sonoma. Order a marble-topped table that looks elegant under a chandelier or adorned with simple decorative bowls filled with fresh fruit. Round and rectangular tabletops are made of a variety of materials including granite, wood, and glass. If you want an extending table for more flexibility, order rectangular wood-topped dining tables with extra leaves you can use when you have additional guests.
Browse our collection of dining furniture to find tables in styles including modern, rustic, farmhouse, transitional and mid-century. Choose from bases made of iron, wood, metal, and acrylic. Some bases are simple lines that mesh well with contemporary and transitional spaces. Bistro-style tables work well in smaller dining spaces and suit traditional and modern decorating schemes. Use contemporary or traditional chairs with bistro tables to achieve the look you want. Tables with thin pedestals and tulip-style tables work in urban and industrial designs. The graceful curves and open spaces under these tables make them useful in minimalist rooms and rooms where you want more air and light.
For a rustic approach to the dining room, choose tables that have chunky pedestals and stained-wood finishes. We offer dining tables in a variety of wood stains to mix and match with your dining chairs, buffet, and other dining room furnishings. Order a wooden dining table with a slightly distressed look to give a timeless look to your eating area. Or, choose a substantial table in a dark, rich finish that holds up to rowdy family gatherings while looking fabulous. Dark and light tables look great whether they hold creamy white ceramic bowls of lemons and limes or they hold an entire Thanksgiving feast.
Before ordering your dining table, measure the space where the table will sit. You should plan for at least a 24-inch space between the wall and the table to allow diners to reach their seats. Use up to 40 inches between the table edge and the wall when you want to create a walking path between the table and wall. Measure the chairs at their widest point to determine how many will fit around the table. Allow at least six inches between chairs for comfort.