While the rustic look has been around for awhile, a new crop of farmhouse style dining tables have been making an appearance lately. They are a great way to incorporate the look into an otherwise modern room. The long slabs of raw wood are dramatic without being overpowering. Many pair iron with reclaimed wood for an industrial twist that is sturdy without being to bulky.
1. Reclaimed elm doors and cast metal legs sit atop casters for mobility.
Flatiron Dining Tables, $915-$1,245, Restoration Hardware
2. Two slabs of solid walnut braced with butterfly joints sit atop a natural steel base.
Chilton Walnut Dining Table with Natural Steel Base, $2,100, Room and Board
3. Reclaimed Saal wood from doorjambs are paired with steel legs.
Industrial Dining Table, $680- $765, West Elm
4. Sustainable Solid Shesham wood planks are perched on a iron W base.
Dylan Dining Table, $1,000, Cb2
5. A distressed rustic reclaimed teak top sits on a square legged base of new teak.
Terravida Dining Tabel, $800, Crate and Barrel