7 Beautiful Dining Tables We Love
If the unpredictability of the Covid-19 pandemic has taught us anything, it's more important than ever to make time and enjoy the little things in life; such as catching up with family while savouring a simple meal at home, or enjoying a good cup of coffee while reading a book. While we're staying at home enjoying intimate dinners for now, it's mentally uplifting to look forward to the days when we can gather again.
Give your dining area a new focal point with our selection of stunning tables. These stylish collections combine an unusual mix of materials and forms to create visually striking designs that will make the dining table the new centrepiece of your home.
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1/7 Reflex Angelo Signore Degli Anelli 72 Steel table
Featuring striking brass cylindrical legs and an elegant top, the Reflex Angelo Signore Degli Anelli 72 Steel dining table is another stunning collection to consider. Choose from brass, dark brass or titanium for the legs and the edges of the table; the top is clad in lacquered glass, featuring various patterns that take inspiration from marble and other natural stone varieties.
Its elongated form also makes it suitable for large dining rooms so that there's ample room for festive gatheromgs in the future.
Available at Sphere Living
2/7 Liaigre Sumi table by Desmond Corcoran
The work of Studio Liaigre, the Sumi table gives a simple form much artistic flair. Its name, which means “ink stick” in Japanese, references its marble top, which features calligraphy-like brushstrokes. True to the French brand’s minimalist ethos, this piece features clean lines with sleek brushed oak legs and a tabletop crafted with Panda marble extracted in China.
Available at Liaigre
3/7 Roche Bobois Astrolab 2.0 table
Admire the ingenuity of the Astrolab 2.0 from Roche Bobois, a motorised table that can be extended with a remote control. Its latest edition features two finishes: a dark version in cool tones inspired by the Industrial Age, while the champagne version boasts gold hues that reference watch faces from the fifties.
Available at Roche Bobois
4/7 Natuzzi Italia Voyage dining table by Nika Zupanc
The brainchild of Slovenian designer Nika Zupanc, the Voyage dining table from Natuzzi Italia features a terrazzo top specially made for the Italian brand. Composed of various types of marble, the speckled and iridescent pattern takes a cue from the starry skies. Its striking top and curvaceous form will easily make this table the centrepiece of any room.
Available at Da Vinci Lifestyle
5/7 Molteni&C Half a Square table by Michael Anastassiades
This sleek dining table not only features the striking minimalist aesthetic that Cyprus-born designer Michael Anastassiades is known for; it also features a playfully unexpected detail, found just under the tabletop. Peek under the tabletop and you'll find that the four joints between the top and the legs feature a decorative triangular shape in a brass finish. Its top can be clad in the striking green marble featured above, as well as reflective glass, and eucalyptus or graphite oak.
Available from P5
6/7 Baxter Selene table by Hagit Pincovici
This stylish dining table is sure to be a conversation starter when your dining parties can resume. The 3m-wide table features an asymmetrical form with a moon-like design inlaid into one end of the table; choose from a glossy ocean storm marble, Calacatta oro marble, brioche onyx and other stunning quartzite and natural stone varieties to pair with the lacquered rectangular top.
Available at Space Furniture
7/7 Versace Home Medusa Carezza table
This striking table from Versace Home's Carezza collection features a gold-tone base with a Medusa-shaped silhouette, the signature emblem of the Italian fashion house. Complete the look with a matching set of upholstered dining chairs, which feature the Medusa emblem on the high-back seats.
Available at Marquis QSquare