7 Of The Best Kitchen & Dining Tables
Whether your looking for an update or to overhaul a tired dining scheme, these tempting tabletops offer a flexible solution to contemporary living.
1. An elegant mix of natural timbers and angular lines, the Frames table (and bench) from Anwar Studio offers a flexible solution to dining and entertaining. Its lightweight, structural form can be configured in infinite ways to ensure it is adaptable for both home and office environments alike.
Frames table and bench, from £995 and £495, Anwar Studio
2. This industrial style trestle table is made from reclaimed Elm wood and can be used as a desk, console or small dining table. A solid tabletop is laid across wooden trestle legs.
Reclaimed elm wood trestle table, £480, Blue Isle
3. This live-edge walnut and steel coffee table from Handmade in Brighton was inspired by the mystery of Fossils. Four individual Ammonite Fossils are embedded throughout the walnut slab working in rhythm with the grain of the timber. Robust steel legs give this timeless look an industrial edge.
Ammonite Fossil and slab Walnut coffee table, £775, Handmade in Brighton
4. Formed from galvanised metal, these industrial trestle tables work brilliantly as console tables, desks or worktops. While collapsable legs make for simple storage.
Console, £240, The Plate Rack
5. Inspired by mid-century lines, the Flac dining table from Lycan Design responds as a solution to cramped city living at an affordable price point.
Flac dining table, £495, Lycan Design
6. Create a statement with this quirky side table available in either clear or tinted glass. Go bold and switch out the powder coated metal for a colour of your choice.
Side table, £295, Urban Metalworks
7. Complementary to classic and modern kitchens alike, the Tribeca dining table from Harley & Lola seats 8 and features a hand finished concrete surface.
Tribeca large dining table, £904, Harley & Lola
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