Round Dining Table designs for your small dining room
Round dining table designs are an amazing solution for a small dining room. It also may very well be the best shape for small gatherings: everyone can see everyone else, conversations are easier to carry on, and the setting feels cozier and more intimate.
A round table is the best pick for your small dining room. Pedestal bases are usually great because you can fit extra guests around the dining table without table legs getting in the way.
We have selected some round dining table designs to inspire you. Take a look!
KOI Dining Table by Brabbu means love and affection so the carp is also a symbol of love and friendship which will be conveyed into a modern home decor.
Cyclone Dining Table- Initially conceived as a rocking stool, Isamu Noguchi’s playful design caught the attention of Hans Knoll who thought it a perfect complement to the Bertoia wire collection. At the suggestion of Hans Knoll, Noguchi adapted the stool into a small table in 1954, and a full-size dining table in 1957.
The Slon collection takes two simple forms a tube and a slab to create a sculptural and minimal aesthetic that is fused with a whimsical approach to material and color. Handcrafted in Italy from solid Nero Marquina marble.
Handsome dining table, model T21 by Pierre Chapo in solid elm for Atelier Pierre Chapo, France, 1960s.
Dramatic and sophisticated, the Grafton Table by Kelly Wearstler is composed of a blackened steel base paired with a Negro Marquina top honed and sealed marble top which features a reverse bevel edge detail. This sculptural design draws upon Kelly’s love of geometric shape and clever use of negative space.
The luxurious yet playful Dichotomy Table, also designed by Kelly Wearstler, is a stunning and unique statement table inspired by figurative decor.
Christopher Guy was inspired to create this table following the passing of Oscar Niemeyer in 2012, and drawing on his unique design of the Cathedral de Brasilia. Christopher says: “I simply doubled the number of struts and inverted the design, as I wished this to be as pure to his great design legacy as possible”.
Rachel Horn designed this amazing dining table. Each of the sculptures is truly unique – no two are exactly alike.