18 Dining Tables
Pull up a chair and feast on this collection of tables, prepared using only the freshest ingredients from our archives.
Mixing and matching might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you’re deciding on a dining table, but Muuto’s mutable options allow for a fully customizable fixture. TAF Architects modernized a Scandinavian classic with three styles of oak tops and legs and four colors of powder-coated steel frames, for a total of 36 possible combinations to suit your decor or dishes.
The Peggy series is designed for both residential dining and commercial use. The table is made from solid ash, with a veneered ash top and solid lipping. It has been designed for flexibility of use and has a supporting frame that is designed to accommodate cables and data access. A refined aesthetic is created through the elliptical shape of the angle support frame and the subtle rotation of the oval legs, which are linked to the top by a mortis and tennon joint. A sense of proportion is established through the consistent 45-degree angle of the leg to the tabletop corner. The tabletop is 25 mm thick and will be available in a number of finishes and sizes.
Just as your belt buckle expands for the holidays, so does the Oops, Monica Graffeo's version of the old-fashioned leaf table. The round design, made of fiberboard with a veneer of stained oak, pulls apart to reveal a hidden tray that contains two leaves. Whether you're having a feast for a menage a treize or leftovers for two, the Oops always appears to be kicking up its heels.
Conceived by Paul White and Dan Morgan, this table is made from a single piece of walnut with a live edge. The legs are attached via a mortise-and-tenon joint technique; a sliver of maple in the dowel is visible on the table surface. The table's inception began with creating a proper table for sushi for two, sitting on the floor in the Japanese style. The dimensions of the table can be custom created, depending on size requirements and available wood pieces.