Latest Trends In Modern Dining Tables

Dining Tables, The shape, size and structure of dining tables are evolving to keep pace with the changing demands of modern life. The dining table has always been a key furniture purchase because it has traditionally formed the centrepiece of the dining room. But now that dining habits are changing, with more of us gathering family and friends together in informal kitchen, dining, living spaces, dining table designs there are many shapes like black dining tables, dining room sets, small dining tables, tables and chairs, white dining tables, ikea dining tables, dining chairs, dining tables sets, round dining tables, glass dining tables and latest modern dining tables keeping up with the times.

Silverlining Top of the Tree, Walnut legs reach through the ultra-thin, anodised aluminium top of the Slice table. Each leg is then sliced off to expose the natural beauty of the end-grain timber. The various holes in the table top cast interesting shadows beneath and the tops asymmetric shape brings a sense of informality to the design.

Andreu World Solid State, Theres something very comforting about the solidity of this Woody table, created for Andreu World by the Lievore Altherr Molina design team. Its simple lines and geometric legs strike a contemporary Andreu note teamed with traditional construction in FSC certifiedoak. It is shown here with Woody stools from the same collection.

Roche bobois Art Attack, Is it a sculpture? No, it’s a table. But the idea that a table could function as an artwork in its own right as well as a place to sit and eat was very much behind the design of the Diapo table by Roche Bobois Les Contemporains. Made of 12mm clear and coloured transparent glass, it both attracts and reflects light.

de la espada First Base, Benjamin Hubert takes a playful look at functionality in his Gabion dining table produced with De La Espada. The ash-topped table has a powder coated steel cage base containing granite ballast as its focal point. This subverts the idea of hiding ballast within table bases to provide

Magis Light Fantastic, It looks so light it could almost float but Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec’s Baguette table for Magis is surprisingly strong, thanks to its cast-aluminium legs and an aluminium crosspiece. There are four material options for the table top: transparent or solid-painted glass, Italian ardesia slate, quartzite and MDF.

Davidson London Bronze Beauty, There’s something very appealing about the contrast between the super-thin circular top and the chunky conical base of this Elystan table by Davidson London. Finished in high-gloss bronze, the top has a facetted underside and the table can be made in different materials and dimensions.

MoLteni Time For Tea, The Tea Time table by Arik Levy is characterised by die-cast aluminium legs finished in glossy chrome, which have become something of a Levy signature after their use on his Tea Time sofa. Their light elegance contrasts with the thick rectangular top in dark or light elm. (The Tivan chair, also shown here, is another of Levy’s new designs.)

Tom Faulkner Exe Factor, He is best known for his glass and metal furniture so it is interesting to see Tom Faulkner turn his hand to wood. His Exe dining table features a solid oak top and legs fabricated in steel, creating a distinctly modern take on a classic design.

Rupert Bevan In The Round, Furniture maker Rupert Bevan is known for his bespoke pieces in period and classic modern styles. This fumed and limed-oak round dining table, created for Thorp Design, is a good example of Bevan’s ability to team fine craftsmanship (note the geometric cruciform frame) with an elegant finish.

Bd Barcelona design In Shape, The Hyperbolic table, designed by Alfredo Haberli for BD Barcelona Design, has an almost triangular-shaped top, which allows eight people to be seated comfortably while encouraging intimacy when there are only two. There is another striking feature: the shape of the inner surface, below the clear glass top, creates the effect of looking into a bottomless

b&b italia Clever Contrast, A slender top of calacatta marble is suspended on bright, chromed-steel legs in this characteristically elegant Pathos table, designed by Antonio Citterio for the MaxAlto collection at B&B Italia. And the rounded shape of the top contrasts with the X-shaped legs for added interest.

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