Our Top Picks
Best Overall: Noble House Natural Stained Acacia Wood
"This table comes in a natural stained wood that looks great in modern or traditional homes."
Best Splurge: Modus Yosemite Solid Wood Rectangular
"The farmhouse table is a rich brown and lends a country chic look to any home. You can also purchase the matching Modus chairs, settee, and sideboard."
Best Design: Chelsea Lane Mid Century Modern
"This retro-inspired table is made from medium density fiberboard and veneer and comes in two different sizes."
Best for Small Spaces: Bernards Ridgewood Drop Leaf Counter Height
"The Bernards Ridgewood Counter Height Drop Leaf Dining Table is the perfect choice for cozy apartments or eat-in kitchens."
Best for Large Spaces: Picket House Stanford
"The scroll trestle base lends a stately, traditional look that's perfect for a classic home while the dark ash color is modern and updated."
Best With Extender: Signature Design by Ashley Chadoni
"It’s a gorgeous piece, with a gray finish and a squared-off look that’s somewhere between rustic and industrial."
Best Farmhouse: Better Homes and Gardens Autumn Lane
"The white painted legs and oak tabletop have a classic look, and you’ll have plenty of room for company: The table ... comfortably seats six."
Best Glass: Signature Design by Ashley Charrell Round
"Glass tables like this one can also make a small space look larger, and you won’t have to worry about liquids staining your wood table anymore."
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Best Overall: Noble House Natural Stained Acacia Wood Dining Table
The Noble House Gabrielle Dining Table works for a variety of homes and spaces, is well-reviewed, and comes with a low price tag—which makes it our pick for best overall. Made from acacia wood and metal, the Noble House Gabrielle features a slatted wood design that’s attractive enough to ditch the tablecloth. The table measures 32.25” x 69” x 29.50” and is a traditional rectangular shape that works in larger dining rooms or eat-in kitchens.
This table comes in a natural stained wood that looks great in modern or traditional homes. Reviewers say this table is sturdy and durable but does require a bit of assembly once it arrives. If you are hunting for a beautiful, modern dining table for less than $200, this acacia wood table is a great choice.
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Best Splurge: Modus Yosemite Solid Wood Rectangular Extension Table
A good dining room table will last you for a long time, so if you're comfortable spending a little more, choose a piece that is elegant and will stand the test of time. The Modus Yosemite Solid Wood Table is just over $800, but it’s well worth the extra money.
This extension table is made from solid pine wood and measures 76” x 40” x 30” (96” when fully extended). The farmhouse table is a rich brown and lends a country chic look to any home. You can also purchase the matching Modus chairs, settee, and sideboard to complete the look. The table weighs just over 150 pounds and requires a little bit of assembly, but owners say the included instructions are easy to follow.
Customers say the Modus table is sturdy and feels incredibly high-end. If you want to invest in a table that will last for years to come, the Modus Yosemite Solid Wood Table is our top pick.
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Best Design: Chelsea Lane Mid Century Modern Dining Table
With the Chelsea Lane Table, you can get mid-century modern style at a fraction of the price. This retro-inspired table is made from medium density fiberboard and veneer and comes in two different sizes: a 60” size or a 63” size. This table can comfortably fit four (six if you don’t mind getting a little cozy) and is perfect for both apartments or larger homes, depending on the size you choose.
Reviewers love the angled, tapered legs and sleek design—especially at such a low price point. The table requires a little bit of assembly upon arrival, but reviewers say it’s sturdy and well-constructed once it’s put together. Some owners do note that the MDF table top isn’t incredibly realistic, but if you want the mid-century modern look for less, this Chelsea Lane table is a great option.
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Best for Small Spaces: Bernards Ridgewood Drop Leaf Counter Height Table
Just because your home is short on space doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice a beautiful dining table. The Bernards Ridgewood Counter Height Drop Leaf Dining Table is the perfect choice for cozy apartments or eat-in kitchens. This table is counter height and features two drop leaf sections so you can tuck this table away when it’s not in use.
And anyone who lives in a small space knows the pain of finding storage. This table solves that problem by offering you additional storage underneath the table. The built-in shelves and wine storage are a a convenient way to store wine, plates, bowls, and more. The table measures 40" x 24" x 36" and is crafted from pine and engineered wood.
Walmart reviewers love the Ridgewood table for its low price and durable construction. They do note that it can be tricky to assemble, but once it’s completed it’s well worth the time.Continue to 5 of 8 below.
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Best for Large Spaces: Picket House Stanford Dining Table
If you’re lucky enough that space is no concern, the Picket House Stanford Dining Table is a beautiful way to fill your dining room and provide seating for up to eight. This table measures 76” x 42” x 30” and is made from rubberwood and acacia veneers. The scroll trestle base lends a stately, traditional look that's perfect for a classic home while the dark ash color is modern and updated. The table also features two 18” removable extension leaves so you can accommodate all your family members during Thanksgiving.
Owners say the Picket House Stanford Table is easily the showpiece of their homes. They mention the table’s quality materials and durable construction and say it holds up well over time. This table is perfect for formal dining rooms and will easily become a conversation piece for years to come.
The table weighs 262 pounds and does require some assembly.
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Best With Extender: Signature Design by Ashley Chadoni Dining Table
Want the freedom to seat a large group during dinner parties and special occasions, but don’t want to commit to buying a large table? Go with a table that includes an extender, like this one from Ashley Chadoni. From a design perspective alone, it’s a gorgeous piece, with a gray finish and a squared-off look that’s somewhere between rustic and industrial. Best of all, it includes an 18-inch extension leaf that significantly expands your seating. Without the leaf, it measures 72” x 42” x 30”.
Customers say this table looks great and is well constructed—and can seat up to 10 people when fully extended. If you’re attracted to the gray look, just bear in mind that some buyers say it’s slightly more brown in color than it appears in pictures.
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Best Farmhouse: Better Homes and Gardens Autumn Lane Farmhouse Dining Table
You don’t have to spend all weekend hopping from one tag sale to another to find the perfect, affordable farmhouse-style table. Walmart has plenty of rustic-chic offerings, like this dining table from Better Homes and Gardens.
The white painted legs and oak tabletop have a classic look, and you’ll have plenty of room for company: The table measures 58.5" x 35" x 29.45", and comfortably seats six. It’s also highly versatile, and will work with a variety of different home styles.
Customers say the Better Homes and Gardens Autumn Lane Farmhouse Dining Table is a beautiful piece of furniture, with easy assembly and sturdy materials. It’s also available with a black finish, for those who want a moody twist on this classic style.
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Best Glass: Signature Design by Ashley Charrell Round Dining Table
Glass dining tables can give your space a sleek contemporary edge, and look especially good when they include a warm wooden finish—it’s a style that gives you the best of both worlds. We love the Signature Design by Ashley Charrell dining table, a 45” x 45” x 29.75” round piece that has rich mahogany accents. Glass tables like this one can also make a small space look larger, and you won’t have to worry about liquids staining your wood table anymore.
Customers say this Ashley Charrell table looks great and is easy to assemble, with a glass top that simply suctions to the wooden base. Several add that it’s especially well suited to smaller spaces, since it won’t dominate a room like a traditional wooden table.
Our writers spent 5 hours researching the most popular dining room tables at Walmart on the market. Before making their final recommendations, they considered 30 different tables overall, screened options from 10 different brands and manufacturers and read over 150 user reviews (both positive and negative). All of this research adds up to recommendations you can trust.