Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Dining Table Roundup

I've long since needed a new dining table since the one I currently own is a cheapo one from Walmart. It is all scratched up since it has survived six moves in six years. I plan to get rid of it soon and these three tables are at the top of my list.

Darjeeling Dining Table at CB2
Flatiron Dining Table at Restoration Hardware
Axel Dining Table at Z Gallerie

I hope someday that my dining room will be half as beautiful as this one (that is when I actually have a dining room)! I love the rustic table, modern chairs, elegant wallpaper and silver accents.  It is Perfection!

18 comments:

Collette Osuna said...

GORGEOUS dining rooms.....Im totally loving that Flatiron Dining Room table....how cool is the middle section?

I have a table from Pier 1..have you checked there? Its hit or miss....depending on what they currently have in stock....but I love my table...dark wood....metro mod looking...check them out:)

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Jenni said...

GOrgeous!! I love the looks of all of these. We bought a fabulous square dining room set that I love with 8 chairs a few years back and my children recently found a needle and engraved their favorite star wars charachters into it...no joke! I was devestated and am so bummed. I tell myself I'll laugh about it in 30 years. =) SO....beware!! =)

Lorraine said...

I love it! I want my husband to make me a rustic table for our kitchen. I wanted him to make me one last year, but moving put a kink in that plan. I love the idea of a rustic table with chairs that don't match.

Leeann @ Join the Gossip said...

Oooh and the chandelier! Love all three of your choices :)

berrygirl--Jaime said...

I love that dining room! Love it, love it. I hope to have a dining room soon. I wonder where I can get chairs like those? I will have to look...

Jessica said...

berrygirl--Jaime - The chairs are Eames chairs with dowel legs but they are pricey at $399 a chair!

Jan Russell said...

Loving the Flatiron table!

Grace said...

I love the chairs paired with that table!

Love Grace.

Claire said...

very nice, i love the idea :)

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20 York Street said...

Love the iron table from Restoration Hardware! I've been buying all glass dining table for the last few years but I think this is a great change!

xox

Charleston said...

inspired

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Debye said...

I love the flatiron and the axel tables. I love Crate and Barrell but the last piece of furniture I purchased there fell apart...ugghhh.

I purchased my table at Pottery Barn. I love their furniture and it always passes the house full of kids test ;)

Ninjagaiden78 said...

The table from Z Gallery is nice.

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Rhonda Sarantis said...

Hey Jess--I would actually go with the one from Restoration Hardware, because they are one of the few furniture makers that produce heirloom quality furniture. I have a friend that's a designer and helped me pick out furniture when I moved to Boise, and I appreciated that information!

Oana Alexandra Stroici said...

Your choice are great, i love the dining room.
So great

bisous

Lacee Swan said...

love the mirrors on the dining table so pretty!

dancilhoney said...

Such a great gallery of inspiration! just finally bought a round dining table sets
Getting inspired by the lighting choices! Perfect timing, thanks!

Anne-Marie said...

Just a word of caution on the Restoration Hardware Flatiron Kitchen table. I purchased it last year and while it is a beautiful look and handy size at a great price - it has some serious flaws. 1. It is a kitchen/dining table that you can't wash - the stain comes off on your sponge, and the sponge catches and leaves bits of sponge on all the splintery pieces of the table. 2. there are massive cracks that collect crumbs which can only come out by being vacuumed. After trying to wash down the table once or twice, I have only VACUUMED my table for an entire year! With a three year old who spills food and drinks on it constantly. I'm sort of perplexed by this. No one else seems to comment on this - maybe they are fastidious people who never spill a crumb, but I am really at a loss with how to make this table practical.