If you are one of those who love gathering friends and family together around the dining table to share the most amazing meals and the most fun times, choosing a round dining table is the best option. The round dining table‘s smooth shape lends a sense of communal warmth that the rigid rectangular dining tables lack. This is why these kind of modern dining tables are much more friendly, cozy and welcoming. If you are ready to dine with style, today we will show you several round dining tables that are also statement pieces. Get inspired.
This is the dining room of South Park cocreator Trey Parker’s. It is located in a hilltop retreat in Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
This is the amazing dining room of a Manhattan pied-à-teerre and it features a Florence Knoll table and 19th-century Chinese chairs on top of a beatiful Didier Benichou rug.
The absence of edges also adds a touch of softness to a room by disrupting the geometric layout, and is perfect for filling small spaces.
Hans J. Wegner Wishbone chairs surround a Heerenhuis table in the dining area of a Spanish home by Olson Kundig Architects.
Lake Resort Nurse by Richard Prince hangs in a New York dining room, on a wall lacquered peacock-blue. David Kleinberg designed the dining table.
Extreme simplicity, contemporary aesthetic and seductive power: these are the characteristics reflected in each detail that make the Bonsai love at first sight. Relating to Boca do Lobo’s approach to re-adapting traditional furniture styles, and inseparably combined with innovative processes, the Bonsai Dining table boasts bold lines and character in a fantastic blend of styles and material finishes.
Writer Brad Goldfarb and Alfredo Paredes—executive vice president and chief retail creative officer at Ralph Lauren—collaborated with architect Michael Neumann on the renovation of their Manhattan duplex.
The Egyptians said that they were the tears of the God RA. The liquor they produce was connected to gold. The royalty of the bees, originally called “APIS” in Latin, was the main inspiration for this wood and brass dining table. The table’s top retraces the torso of ancient trees and in a base inspired on the golden beehives, that results in a piece of nature translated into a piece of furniture.
Avery and Nada Stirratt’s New Canaan, Connecticut, dining room features Mattaliano side chairs and a table by Rose Tarlow Melrose House, with a Bourgeois Bohème light fixture hanging above.
In the dining room of his Washington, D.C., home, designer Thomas Pheasant paired a French chandelier with a table of his own design.
The striped panels in the late designer Alberto Pinto’s Rio de Janeiro dining room provide visual interest while concealing shelves for china and silver.
At a Greek island home designed by decorator Mark Gaudette and architect Torsten Bessel, the dining room‘s antique French balloon-back chairs are upholstered in a Summer Hill cotton duck, a Swedish oval table displays glazed-ceramic fruit, and 19th-century blue-and-white vases echo the paintings above the fireplace.