Every great host needs an equally great dining room table. When it comes to entertaining, these massive tables from the Modern Dining Tables archives are perfectly suited for accommodating a large number of guests. Festive tablescapes featuring colorful stoneware, an abundance of diverse cuisine, and elegant embellishments can easily be showcased on these colossal feats in dining room furnishings.
Whether you’re seeking dining accommodations for your large family, a solution for your busy entertaining schedule, or simply want to gaze upon the elegant spaces, this roundup is sure to bring major inspiration to the table.
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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.
In the dining room of this Juergen Riehm–designed Brooklyn brownstone, amid the intricate detail and grand scale of the 19th-century interior architecture, a set of late-1940s chairs from Baker mixes with contemporary pieces, such as a dining table by 1100: Architect and a pair of Milk bottle lamps from Droog Design. The floor, of oak with mahogany inlay, is original to the house.
Woven seduction and polished glamour leave nothing to chance in the stunning Allure dining table. The beauty of the construction, and a simple, shapely silhouette set the tone for moments of indulgence. A sophisticated glass top rests on the interlaced exotic iron base.
“The clients and I shopped for antiques in London, which is where we found the table for the dining room,” notes interior designer Joseph Kremer on the details of a Southampton home. The chandelier and mahogany knife boxes are from Carlos de la Puente Antiques.
The Egyptians said that they were the tears of the God RA and in many other civilizations they were adored and considered as Gods. The liquor that they produce was, in many histories and cultures, connected to gold. And now all this royalty of the bees, originally called “APIS” in Latin, was the main inspiration for this wood and brass dining table. The imposing of this table is represented by a top that retraces the torso of big and ancient trees and in a base inspired on the golden beehives, that together results in a piece of nature translated into a piece of furniture.
Architect Frederick Stelle united the dining room and the landscape of this Long Island beach house through floor-to-ceiling glass. A collection of 30 fish plates by La Gardo Tackett hangs on a wall. Accompanying the Hayes-designed table is a set of jacaranda chairs by Joaquim Tenreiro.
Masterfully captured the alluring essence of an enchanted forest with this dining table. The antique gilded branch like structure can’t help but mesmerize the beholder.
The Fortuna Dining Table is a shimmering statement piece that unites Boca do Lobo’s one of a kind design aesthetic and passion for Gold. Representing the essence of empowerment, sophistication, mystics, and enticement, the Fortuna features a one of a kind design, with a unique table surface texture and an incredible finish.
An 1880 French chandelier hangs above the massive oak table and suite of chairs in the dining room of interior designer Penny Drue Baird’s Paris apartment. Baird, who is a flea market aficionado, discovered the ornate armchairs—and numerous other pieces throughout the apartment—at a Paris flea market.
KOI carp is a recurring symbol of Japanese culture, highly appreciated by its decorative purposes, not only in water gardens but also in Irezumi practice or, most commonly, in tattoos. Its natural color mutations reveal their capacity to adapt, just like the set of KOI tables with table tops in acrylic, glass or marble that you can choose to better fit in your ambiances.