Whether you have a country kitchen or a more modern one, rustic style dining areas are beautiful and cozy places to gather for food and companionship.
One of the appealing elements of rustic style is that it can go in so many directions. There is always some wood but it can also have industrial metal, modern lines or rugged edges. Gather some mismatched chairs around a well-worn table and you’re on your way.
Benches are as at home in rustic dining rooms as chairs and can easily seat extra people. Chairs can be metal or wood, neutral or brightly-colored. Mix and match benches and chairs as well as different chairs or just choose one. It all works for the rustic style.
The final touch to a rustic dining area is the lighting. One large pendant lamp is lovely in a dining room while a pair of smaller fixtures goes with the flow of an open concept room.
If you want to get the look, check out these rustic dining tables that have plenty of history without passed down by the generations.
While a checked table cloth can evoke that country feeling, all of these tables are beautiful on their own. Of course, protect them during meals with place mats.
1. Farm Table
The Threshold Farm 60″ Dining Table has clean lines and a antique finish that is ideal for a country-inspired dining room. Pair it with metal chairs in various shades for an unexpected pop of color.
2. Marble Top Table
The Farmhouse Table with Marble Slab Top also features oak turned legs with a natural finish. With a touch of extra care, this table will last forever. Look into sealing the marble for protection against stains and etching.
3. Concrete Top Table
The Abbott Concrete Top Dining Table can be used outside or in. The X-shaped trestle base works well with a wide range of seating styles as well as benches. This heavy-duty table will endure kids and numerous drinks without coasters.
4. Modern Oak Table
The Article Madera Dining Table is a combination of the modern silhouette and industrial touch that make up the rustic style.
5. Reclaimed Wood Table and Benches
The Emmerson Reclaimed Wood Dining Table reveals its history through scratches, color and imperfections. No two tables are alike.
Expandable to seat 8, this rugged table has enough room for everybody. Pair it with Emmerson benches for a cohesive look or contrasting chairs to mix things up.
6. Rustic Table with Built-In Seating
There is no need to worry about matching chairs or benches with the Galvin Cafeteria Table. Made of linga wood and metal, this rustic table is perfect in a dining room or kitchen eating space. A replica of vintage cafeteria tables, the Galvin adds a vintage touch.
7. Country Table with Chairs and Bench
The Walker Edison Antique Brown Wood Dining Set comes complete with a bench and four chairs with a gorgeous X-back detail. For dinner parties with more than 6 people, add in the leaf and squeeze together on the bench.