Dining & Kitchen Table Finder
We offer tables in sizes, shapes and materials to fit just about every space and style. Use the statements below to help you narrow your options based on your unique needs.
Size & Shape
To seat four people, consider tables that are least 36 inches square or round, or a minimum of 48 inches wide and 30 inches deep. The distance between the table legs impacts how many chairs will fit. A pedestal base, trestle base or legs placed at far corners of the table help maximize seating.
To seat six people, consider round tables that are at least 54 inches in diameter, or a minimum of 60 inches wide and 30 inches deep. The distance between the table legs impacts how many chairs will fit. A pedestal base, trestle base or legs placed near the corners of the tabletop help maximize seating.
To seat eight people, consider tables that are at least 60 inches square, or a minimum of 78 inches wide and 30 inches deep. The distance between the table legs impacts how many chairs will fit. A pedestal base, trestle base or legs placed near the corners of the tabletop help maximize seating.
To seat ten people, consider tables that are at least 96 inches wide and 30 inches deep. The distance between the table legs impacts how many chairs will fit. A pedestal base, trestle base or legs placed near the corners of the tabletop help maximize seating.
For small dining spaces, round pedestal tables help maximize seating and eliminate visual clutter. Create the illusion of a larger space with light colors and materials: a glass tabletop will keep your dining space open and airy, while lighter woods or stones up the brightness factor. Extension and drop-leaf tables are also great small space solutions that more guests and get more surface area in a hurry.
If you like to entertain, extension tables are a great solution. You can add a leaf to accommodate guests and still enjoy a smaller table for day-to-day use.
A pedestal base, trestle base or legs placed at the corners of the tabletop provide the most space for chairs. Benches are another great option to maximize seating. See more tips in How to Measure your Dining Space
Visually attractive in their symmetry, square tables encourage conversation by allowing everyone to face each other and removing the 'head' of the table. Square tables also help keep serving platters within easy reach.
Kitchen dining spaces can benefit from flexible solutions like counter-height tables and kitchen islands that double as a work surface when cooking.
Our Tables by the Inch program allows you to design a custom table made to your specific measurements. Choose the width, depth and height to create a table that fits your space.
Wood mixes beautifully with other materials and adds a warm look to your room. Choose from our solid wood tables or solid wood and butcherblock tops on our Top + Base tables.
Stone offers a modern look with outstanding durability. Our stone tabletops include granite, quartz composite, ceramic composite and marble. Please note that larger tables may require 2 pieces of stone.
Glass helps a room feel open thanks to its visual lightness. Our glass tops are available in clear, colored and frosted for a range of looks at a great value.
We have many tables that feature reclaimed or recycled materials, including recycled stainless steel and natural steel and reclaimed chestnut. We practice responsible sourcing for all of our materials.
For tables that can handle bumps and bangs, or projects and paperwork, the legs and top need to be equally hard-wearing. Tables with a steel base and a ceramic, quartz, granite or glass top are beautiful—and durable—options.
The combination of price, durability and easy care make glass and MDF a great choice if you're on a budget. Our Top + Leg tables also offer a great value with a variety of wood and butcherblock top options.
The design of our tables allows them to look formal or casual depending on how you furnish the rest of your room. However, a striking top material or interesting table design details gives your room a sophisticated focal point.
A round table or a table with softened edges can help guide traffic flow. Wood table legs can be subject to bumps and nicks, so consider inset legs or a steel base to minimize signs of wear in a busy room.