The Best Modern Farmhouse Dining Tables You Can Buy

updated Feb 24, 2023
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There’s a reason why the farmhouse dining table remains a favorite: Made of solid wood with a thick, sturdy top and legs, this is a table you can sit at for hours and eat on for years to come. Traditionally, these rustic tables also are known for design features including reclaimed wood tops and turned legs. However, I’m partial to the more modern, straight-leg version with no tabletop overhang.

Whichever style you prefer, the following tables prove one thing — the farmhouse table isn’t going anywhere. So, whether you’re a farmhouse traditionalist or someone looking for something with a little modern flair, there’s a table on this list for you. Check out 10 of our favorite modern farmhouse tables below! Don’t you just want to invite over a dozen friends for a big meal now?

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Pottery Barn

For something with a modern feel and room for both small and large gatherings, check out the Reed extending dining table from Pottery Barn. This rustic table comes in two sizes, four finishes, and is made from sustainably sourced mango wood for a beautiful, clean-lined farmhouse feel.

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was $397.74

Bring a dose of cottagecore flair to your dining space with the Romford dining table. Sporting a classic contrasting country white finish, this table's molded apron and four tapered legs (with turned post detailing) makes this the ultimate pick for those looking for a balance between modern and traditional.

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Pottery Barn

Looking for a small space farmhouse dining table? We've got you covered. The Mateo drop-leaf dining table is the perfect way to bring some farmhouse styling into your dining nook without sacrificing any precious space. With a weathered, distressed finish, this table features two drop leaf ends that turn this table into the perfect mid-sized dining space when company comes calling while also converting it back into a small-space wonder when the party's over.

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was $619.99

If a round farmhouse dining table is on your shopping list, make it the Ebbert trestle dining table. With a distinctive cross-buck pedestal base and two finishes to choose from, this table packs a lot of curves and character.

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West Elm

When it comes to modern furniture, it's hard to beat West Elm. And, their take on the modern farmhouse dining table? Well, that is something you don't want to miss. The Hargrove expandable dining table offers a fresh take with a drop-leaf design and rounded, trestle-style legs that make it easy on the eyes. Top that off with its kiln-dried, sustainably sourced wood construction — what's not to love?

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Another dual-toned charmer, the Hyde dining table is an affordable find you won't want to miss out on. Made from solid acacia wood, this table's white and dark brown color scheme gives it a classic farmhouse feel while its clean lines help it still feel modern enough for contemporary lovers.

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West Elm

We love a good reclaimed wood piece and the Emmerson dining table takes the cake. Coming in three sizes, this table is crafted from reclaimed pine wood for a rustic farmhouse feel you and your family will love for years to come.

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The distressed finish and turned legs of the Sylvan extendable dining table make this Kelly Clarkson Home find a stunner. Made from a blend of solid poplar wood and veneers, this table comes with a removable leaf for a convertible design that can work in numerous dining spaces.

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Clean lines and natural wood tones make the Plank dining table a great pick for those with a penchant for simple design. Coming in two hues, this modern take on the harvest farmhouse table is sure to become a beloved piece of your home. Don't forget to pick up the matching bench, too!

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was $657.00

With a dark brown hue that skews gray, this table is an attention-grabber. Seating up to six, the star of the show is the trestle base, featuring two angled supports for an intricate design you're bound to get compliments on.