Dining Table

Designed to maximize space, incorporate storage, and foster hospitality, these tables achieve the perfect balance between daily use and special occasions. Both practical and attractive, our tables are well built and aesthetically pleasing.

Trestle design    

Our trestle design maximizes seating in a small space while maintaining stability.  The construction allows for both chairs and benches. The additional horizontal support beam also serves as a convenient foot rest.

Farm House Style    

Traditional aesthetic. Built solid to withstand the tests of time. Thick edges. Custom engraved edges are optional.

Optional Drawers    

This elective feature gives your table a measure of individuality. - a unique characteristic which adds storage to an otherwise unused space. Constructed to allow for adequate leg room, these drawers also offer ample storage for your dining needs. - Add 4 for $304.75

Customization & Pricing

  • Wood Species & Base Prices
    • Yellow Pine - $479.99
    • Red Oak - $1279.99
    • Black Walnut - $1698.99
    • Pressure Treated option for elegant outdoor dining - Contact us for more information
  • Standard size is approx. 3’ x 6’ but can be altered to fit your space
  • Variety of stains - Oak table: $89.95 Yellow Pine table (with conditioner): $99.75
  • Tung Oil is recommended for hand rubbed look and waterproofing. Tung oil has been used for centuries as a water repellant on both wood and stone. Add this premier oil for only $99.95
  • Engrave your family name, favorite verse, saying, or logo. Contact us for a customized quote
  • Include a matching bench with your table. Starting at $179.25
Washington Post Jan 12, 2015 “As a family therapist I often have the impulse to tell families to go home and have dinner together rather than spending an hour with me.”  - Anne Fishel Adolescents who ate family meals five to seven times a week were twice as likely to get A’s in school” “Regular family dinners were associated in one study with lower rates of depression” “Some research has even found a connection between regular family dinners and the reduction of symptoms in medical disorders”

Washington Post Jan 12, 2015

“As a family therapist I often have the impulse to tell families to go home and have dinner together rather than spending an hour with me.”  - Anne Fishel

Adolescents who ate family meals five to seven times a week were twice as likely to get A’s in school”

“Regular family dinners were associated in one study with lower rates of depression”

“Some research has even found a connection between regular family dinners and the reduction of symptoms in medical disorders”

Reclaim your family in a culture of disintegration.