Round Table Discussions

Happy Friday! A friend asked me to share some non-traditional round dining table inspiration, which proved to be a little more complicated than it seems. I think you can use a traditional wooden table in a modern setting and make it updated and fresh with chic chairs and a sleek light fixture (see yesterday’s post). While trends are leaning towards more exposed wood, even painting a table a dark color could add to the ambience.

Upon delving deeper, it is evident that using glass and metal elements can really give a fresh and more open feel to a dining space. In fact, a glass table with an interesting brass base may be the best setting to add sophisticated chairs and a dramatic fixture. Hopefully these images will bring about more round table suggestions. If you know a round table image you love, feel free to send it my way!

Have a fabulous weekend! XO Christina

Dingin room by jean-louis-deniot-colombia

Jean Louis Deniot uses a metal base and chic wood to make a phenomenal dining room. The art and the light fixture add to the ambience. Notice the rug under the table, so often they are left out of dining rooms. Via AD

Dining room round table via Veranda

This substantial table provides a natural and eye-catching centerpiece. Via Veranda

Dining table via Elle Decor

An oblong can fit a comfortable mix of chairs. Via Elle Decor


A fabulous and sophisticated look by David Kleinberg via AD.Glass dinign table via House Beautiful Gorgeous glass and timeless leather create the perfect contrast. Via House BeautifulMed Ryan Dining Tables via AD Meg Ryan’s dining room table makes a bold, yet subtle appearance against the dark hardwood floors. Via AD

round dining tbale via AD

Hard to see this dining table, but I love the shiny base and glass top.

SIlverado Table

I love the look of this Silverado table from CB2.

Round table house beautiful

A lovely play on neutrals that is anything but boring. Via House BeautifulRound table via Domino magazine

Strong statements are made in a room full of light and dark. Via Domino