The 6 Best Dining Room Tables of 2020

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"Made from solid pinewood, this table features a trestle base that gives it a stately feel and can extend to seat up to ten people."
"This mixed-material table, with its crossbeam base and concrete top, will look right at home in a modern farmhouse."
"This extendable dining table features wood knots and grain that give it a natural look that's less formal."
"The pedestal base and decorative metal detail give this table a Mediterranean feel, and it's hand-stained for a textured look."
"The West Elm Lena Mid-Century Dining Table offers the retro aesthetic you love at a much lower price than many antique stores."
"This table, made from sustainable mango wood, has a simple design that's timeless enough to last in your home for decades."

Best Extendable: Greyleigh Filkins Extendable Dining Table

An extendable dining table is a great choice if you’re both entertaining large parties and eating at the table with a smaller crowd. The Greyleigh Filkins Extendable Dining Table comes with two butterfly leaves, so you can extend the table when you have guests over for Thanksgiving and save space when it's just your immediate family. It seats up to ten people once extended and six people without the leaves.

Made from solid pinewood, this table features a beautiful trestle base that gives it a stately, expensive feel and a weathered barley finish that works well with nearly any decor style. The table measures 112 x 40 x 30 inches at its longest and 80 inches long without the leaves.

Reviewers say the leaves are easy to add and remove, making it simple to go from six to ten seats. It is incredibly sturdy and solid, though some reviews note that the leaves don’t always line up perfectly—so consider whether you’ll often have a tablecloth on the table or you want to keep it bare.

Best Modern Farmhouse: Charlton Home Wydmire Dining Table

If you’re all about the modern farmhouse look, check out the Charlton Home Wydmire Dining Table. This table is contemporary, yet rustic and perfect for your updated farmhouse. Measuring 72 x 42 x 30 inches, this table seats up to six people. It provides a wonderful mixed-material look with a concrete tabletop and a wood base and has a purposeful distressed look that gives it a rustic feel. 

This farmhouse table is loved by reviewers, who find it to be a unique pick at an affordable price and a great choice for anyone who wants a statement piece in their dining room. 

Best Rustic: Mistana Abbey Extendable Solid Wood Dining Table

The Abbey Extendable Solid Wood Dining Table is a great pick if you’re going for a rustic look in your home. This solid wood table seats up to six without the leaves or ten when extended. It features wood knots and grain that give the table a natural look. It measures 65 x 30 x 39 inches when collapsed and extends to 95 inches long when the two leaves are in place. It looks great with a long bench on one side or individual chairs. 

Reviewers note that the table’s finish is rugged (not smooth), which gives it a very rustic feel. Since this table is so solid and large, it's best in a large living room that has a lot of room to maneuver.

Best Classic: Pottery Barn Lorraine Dining Table

If you’re hunting for a dining table that won’t go out of style and makes a big statement in any dining room, you’ll love Pottery Barn’s Lorraine Dining Table. This kiln-dried wood table measures 78 x 40 x 32 inches and expands up to 100 inches long with the included leaf.

The pedestal base and decorative metal detailing give it a Mediterranean feel, but it can fit in a variety of decor themes. It comes in a medium oak or deep brown finish that’s hand-applied to give it a rich, textured look. Though pricey, this table is made to last a lifetime and is a great splurge piece for any dining room.

Best Modern: West Elm Lena Mid-Century Dining Table

The Mid-century modern style is incredibly popular right now, but you don’t have to spend an arm and a leg on a vintage piece to get the look. The West Elm Lena Mid-Century Dining Table offers the retro aesthetic you love at a much lower price than many antique stores. It comes in either 59-inch or 72-inch options, and seats four and six people respectively. This West Elm table works for both small and large spaces. 

This table is more lightweight than many dining tables, with a smooth, deep brown finish that won't need a tablecloth to look formal at Thanksgiving dinner. The table is made from poplar wood and is delivered fully assembled.

Best Real Wood: Crate and Barrel Basque Dining Table

While many composite wood tables look and feel great, some people prefer the solid feel of real wood. The Basque Dining Table measures 65 x 38 x 29.5 inches and is perfect for seating up to six people. It comes in two colors—"honey," which is a rich brown, and a taupe color called "grey wash"—and is made from sustainable mango wood. Its simple design is timeless enough to last decades in your home without feeling dated. 

One of the elements reviewers love most about this table is the gorgeous wood grain. It gives it a rich feeling and looks beautiful when set for holidays. It would look great paired with bench seating or upholstered chairs, and will easily become a centerpiece in your dining room. 

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