The 9 Best Round Dining Tables of 2023

The winner is the Pottery Barn Toscana Round Extending Dining Table

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Best Round Dining Table

The Spruce / Chloe Jeong

According to the principles of feng shui, round tables are great for catalyzing social interaction and nurturing a sense of equality while dining and entertaining.

We researched and tested dozens of round tables, evaluating versatility, durability, and value. Our best overall pick, the chic Pottery Barn Toscana Round Extending Dining Table, is made of kiln-dried wood that's resistant to warping, cracking, and mildewing and has an extendable planked tabletop.  

Here are the best round dining room tables.

Our Top Picks

Best Overall

Pottery Barn Toscana Round Extending Dining Table

4.2
Toscana Round Extending Dining Table

Courtesy of Pottery Barn

What We Like
  • Solid wood

  • Dependable design

  • Expandable

  • Adjustable levelers

What We Don't Like
  • Weeks-long delivery window

  • Expensive

The Pottery Barn Toscana Round Extending Dining Table is our favorite round dining table because the rustic design is simple, elegant, and durable. Its expandability is ideal for entertaining, and the solid wood build makes this a long-lasting statement piece for your home. 

The hardiness of this dining table comes from the kiln-dried Sungkai wood and veneers. This reliable construction protects the finish from cracking. It also prevents the table from warping, mildew, and splitting, ensuring you'll be able to use this table for years. 

This little table measures 30 inches tall, has a 54-inch diameter, and perfectly fits four diners. If you're gathering with more people, you can use the leaf to extend the table into a 72-inch oval. There are also adjustable levelers to accommodate uneven flooring. Though more expensive than some of the other options on our list, the price matches the value.

Price at time of publish: $1,799

Dimensions: 54 x 54 x 30 inches (unextended) | Weight: 158 pounds | Material: Sungkai wood, veneers | Seating Capacity: Four

Best Budget

East West Furniture Dublin Round Dining Table

East West Furniture Dublin Round Dining Table
What We Like
  • Available in 28 finishes

  • 9-inch drop leaves

  • Ideal for small spaces

What We Don't Like
  • Expensive to add expert assembly

If you're on a budget, don't overlook this East West Furniture Dublin Round Dining Table. At 42 inches wide, it's the perfect petite four-person table for a kitchen nook or small dining area. This round table is made of manufactured wood that's still sturdy enough to withstand the average wears of a kitchen table. We also appreciate the heavy-duty hardware used to mount the drop leaves.

This table is available in over 20 of finishes, so you can be sure to find one that matches your home's aesthetic. The assembly instructions listed in the product description look relatively easy to follow, however we recommend having a second person nearby to hold the pedestal in place while you secure it to the top. If you do choose to pay for expert assembly, keep in mind that it almost doubles your overall cost.

Price at time of publish: $187

Dimensions: 29.5 x 42 x 29 inches | Weight: 40.7 pounds | Material: Solid wood | Seating Capacity: Not listed

Best Large

AllModern Boarer Dining Table

Boarer Dining Table

Courtesy of AllModern

What We Like
  • Available in four different colors

  • Large seating capacity

  • Lightweight

What We Don't Like
  • Assembly required

Whether you have a large family or just like hosting dinner parties, it never hurts to have enough room for everyone to gather around the table. Plus if you have the space, AllModern's Boardway Dining Table is a chic, yet timeless option. At nearly 6 feet long, this round table is larger than most on the market, so there's more than enough room for everyone.

Designed with a mid-century modern touch, this table comfortably seats up to six people in a banquet arrangement. Although it doesn't include any matching chairs, it's offered in a variety of wood finishes, so you can coordinate it with all types of dining chairs.

Price at time of publish: $860

Dimensions: 29.5 x 70.5 x 43.5 inches | Weight: 73 pounds | Material: Solid and manufactured wood, wood veneer | Seating Capacity: 6 people

Best Modern

Rove Concepts Winston Dining Table, 48"

Rove Concepts Winston Table

Rove Concepts

What We Like
  • Wide base

  • Customizable top finish

  • Only partial assembly required

What We Don't Like
  • Only one wood finish available

  • Expensive

The Rove Concepts Winston Dining Table is a sophisticated dining table that balances mid-century modern style and contemporary minimalism. We love how it also has a hint of Scandinavian design to it with a clean, wide top. Measuring 48 inches in diameter, this table is large enough to seat 4 people comfortably, plus fit plenty of serving platters in the center.

You can choose between two different surface finishes: a high gloss white lacquer with clear glass top, or a white marble surface ($200 extra). The lacquer and glass top will easily resist staining, so you don't have to worry about kiddos making a mess. We do recommend using hot plates to buffer between dishes that have come right out of the oven. Although we love the dark Walnut finish of this table's base, we recognize that it may not be everyone's preferred color palette.

Price at time of publish: $1,924

Dimensions: 30.1 x 48 x 48 inches | Weight: Not listed | Material: Walnut veneer and lacquered glass | Seating Capacity: 4 people

Best Expandable

Pottery Barn Hart Round Reclaimed Wood Pedestal Extending Dining Table

Hart Round Dining Table

Courtesy of Pottery Barn

What We Like
  • Expandable

  • Kiln-dried wood

  • Versatile design

What We Don't Like
  • Weeks-long delivery window

If you're in the market for a more versatile option, consider Pottery Barn's Hart Round Reclaimed Wood Pedestal Extending Dining Table. Made of reclaimed, kiln-dried pine wood with natural variations throughout the material, this table balances farmhouse charm with clean lines and a contemporary appeal.

This pedestal-style table comes in two sizes, where both can be extended into an oval with additional leaves. It's also available in three finishes—Black Olive, Driftwood and Limestone White, or Ink and Limestone White— each of which would complement any existing furniture and decor you already have.

Price at time of publish: $1,399 for 47.5" - 63"

Dimensions: 31 x 47.5 x 47.5 inches (unextended) | Weight: 100.5 pounds | Material: Reclaimed wood | Seating Capacity: 4-8 people

Best Set

Charlton Home Adda 4-Person Dining Set

Charlton Home Adda 5 Piece Dining Set

Wayfair

What We Like
  • Solid wood

  • Good size for breakfast nooks

  • Budget-friendly

What We Don't Like
  • Assembly required

If you're looking for a one-and-done purchase, we recommend the Charlton Home Adda Dining Set. This five-piece set includes a round pedestal table and four matching chairs, so it's ready for full use upon arrival. Assembly is required, but based on the instruction manual listed online, it is relatively easy to put together with help. All the tools you need for assembly are also included.

Made of solid wood with a glossy finish, this set is ideal for smaller apartments or breakfast nooks. It's offered in off-white or sleek black, each of which leaves plenty of room to be accessorized with table linens and decor. This table is not stain resistant, so we recommend using coasters and placemats for beverages and hot dishes.

Price at time of publish: $470

Dimensions: 30.25 x 42 x 42 inches | Weight: 40 pounds | Material: Solid and manufactured wood | Seating Capacity: 4 people

Best Glass

CosmoLiving Westwood Clear Tempered Glass Dining Table

CosmoLiving Westwood Clear Tempered Glass Dining Ta
What We Like
  • Lightweight

  • Tempered glass top

  • Durable metal pedestal

What We Don't Like
  • Doesn't include seating

With its transparent top and hourglass base, CosmoLiving's Westwood Dining Table is undeniably chic. The circular top is made of tempered glass and measures 42 inches in diameter, making it a great option for 4-person living arrangements. We also love the design of the birdcage-inspired pedestal, plus it's crafted from durable metal.

This relatively compact table is great for furnishing a contemporary kitchen nook or a stylish apartment. Finding seating that matches this table may be challenging because of its distinct style. However, we love the distinct style that instantly elevates an eating area.

Price at time of publish: $530

Dimensions: 30 x 42 x 42 inches | Weight: 100 pounds | Material: Tempered glass, metal | Seating Capacity: 4 people

Best Wood

Baxton Studio Monte 47-Inch Round Dining Table

Baxton Studio Monte 47-Inch Round Dining Table
What We Like
  • Budget-friendly

  • Minimal design

  • Sturdy

What We Don't Like
  • Weeks-long delivery window

Those partial to wooden dining room furniture will love the Baxton Studio Monte Table, a retro-inspired piece featuring solid rubberwood cluster legs with a slight flare and a walnut veneer top. This table would be a great option for families with young children or rambunctious pets because the flared legs provide a sturdy, less likely to tip base. This table is available in other finishes, such as a dark brown, but you have to navigate through the seller page to access them.

Its top measures 47 inches in diameter, so you'll be able to comfortably seat at least four people, making it great for mealtime. Keep in mind the delivery time can vary for this table, depending on the demand for certain finishes.

Price at time of publish: $342

Dimensions: ‎29.53 x 47.24 x 47.24 inches | Weight: 49 pounds | Material: Rubberwood, walnut | Seating Capacity: 4 people

Best Marble

Orren Ellis Krokowski Pedestal Dining Table

Krokowski Pedestal Dining Table

Courtesy of Wayfair

What We Like
  • Minimal design

  • No assembly required

  • Durable

  • Available in several sizes

What We Don't Like
  • Expensive

For a more upscale look, you can't go wrong with the Orren Ellis Krokowski Pedestal Dining Table. Made of metal, the white design and marble surface on top will add a sense of sophistication to any dining room. Plus, it doesn't require any assembly when it arrives at your home.

This table is 36-inches wide and can seat up to three people comfortably. It's also available in 43- and 48-inch circumferences, so you can seat even more people. While it's certainly a bit of a splurge, the minimal design will blend effortlessly into any dining room, whether it be a modern aesthetic or contemporary feel.

Price at time of publish: $2,000

Dimensions: 28.5 x 36 x 36 inches | Weight: 95 pounds | Material: Marble, metal | Seating Capacity: 3 people

Final Verdict

Our top pick is Pottery Barn's Toscana Round Extending Dining Table, which earns high marks for its durability and adjustable features (including levelers and an adjustable leaf). If you're looking for a budget-friendly pick, try out the East West Furniture Dublin Round Dining Table.

What to Look for in a Round Dining Table

Type

Like all dining room tables, round tables come in various styles and configurations, including ovals and expandable options with leaves. Aside from traditional designs with four legs, there are pedestal, trestle, cluster, and tulip base options. A favorite of Decorist designer Casey Hardin, tulip-style tables offer "versatility in a range of different design styles."

Size

When shopping for a dining table, be sure to consider the size. On the one hand, circular designs often take up less space than their rectangular counterparts. But on the other hand, they tend to be smaller.

Most round dining tables are between 40 to 50 inches in diameter, which is typically enough space to accommodate four people. However, you can find larger options measuring roughly 60 inches wide that can seat about six. But to fit eight or more people comfortably, you'll most likely need to get an oval table, which will give you a bit more length. And before buying any table, be sure to measure your space.

Material

You'll also want to consider the material. Durable, long-lasting dining tables are typically made of solid wood—extra points if it's kiln-dried. However, you can find lots of great options made from a combination of manufactured and solid lumber.

All that said, marble or tempered glass tops can be really striking, especially on round tables. But if you opt for a material other than wood, we recommend looking for one with a stainless steel or otherwise durable metal base.

FAQ
  • How tall should a dining room table be?

    Standard dining tables are between 28 and 30 inches tall. Hardin usually recommends this height for dining rooms, as it's versatile and accommodates most dining chairs. However, since round tables are often smaller, elevated designs can look great without overpowering the room. "If you have limited space, for example, in a studio apartment, consider a counter-height table, which is 34 to 36 inches," says Hardin.

  • What kind of rug works under a round dining room table?

    Generally speaking, your rug should be the same shape as your table. So with a round dining table, you'll want to go with a round area rug. Beyond shape and size, Hardin suggests "selecting a pattern, color, and material that stands up to spills and accidents."

    This could be a braided jute rug or a low-pile synthetic weave with a stain-resistant surface. "A classic and staple go-to under a round dining table is a round jute rug," says Wright. "It is not only versatile since it matches with multiple styles, but it is also durable." In any case, you should choose one that's easy to vacuum and spot treat, as needed.

  • How do you decorate a dining room table?

    When decorating with round dining tables, it's important to keep things balanced. "Make sure the scale of the chairs complements the table you select," says Wright. "For example, if you go with a chunky statement table, maybe get a lighter, simple chair and vice versa."

    As for the table's surface, you can play up the shape with a circular centerpiece, like a fruit bowl, low-profile flower vase, shallow tray, or basket. "I like to decorate round dining tables with either one large centerpiece in the middle—perhaps a vase with tall greenery, or a large round bowl with some fruit in the middle for a more casual look," says interior designer Baylee Floyd. "If you want more than one piece, you should group items of three together—a vase with greenery, a candle, and a little bowl."

    You can also put round placemats around the perimeter or adorn it with a table skirt. That said, be careful not to overcrowd the surface when decorating a smaller round table. When in doubt, it's usually best to keep it simple.

  • What is a good size round dining table?

    The best round dining table size depends on how many people you’d like to seat. Round dining tables typically come in sizes ranging from 36 to 72 inches across. If you regularly seat four or fewer people at your round table, a smaller table—36 to 44 inches—would be comfortable. For gatherings of four to six, you should consider a dining table of between 44 to 54 inches. For larger groups of six to eight people, a table that is 54 to 72 inches across is a good size.

  • How should you set up a round dining table?

    When setting up a round dining room table, make sure to leave enough space for diners to push back from their chairs and exit the table. If possible, leave at least three feet of space between the table and the walls for people to comfortably move their chairs and walk around the table.

Why Trust The Spruce?

Theresa Holland is a freelance writer and home improvement aficionado with several years of experience creating content in the product recommendation space. She has been writing for The Spruce since 2019, where she covers furniture and home decor. 

To compile the best picks for this story, Holland researched options from various retailers and combed through dozens of user reviews, considering the dimensions, style, and prices of each table. For additional insight, she consulted with designers Baylee FloydMegan Wright, and Casey Hardin. As elite-level designers at Decorist, they each run their own design firms and have more than five years of experience in the field.

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