8 Ways to Rock a Rustic Farm Table in Your Home
Every home needs inviting casual-cool spaces perfect for gathering friends, family, and food. There's just something about a farm table that sets the right tone for an old-meets-new vibe to dress down a formal dining room with relaxed, well-worn character. And given the variety of woods, finishes, and bases available, we love the idea of mixing rustic appeal with unique chairs, chandeliers, or centerpieces to show off your signature style.
Scroll for eight rooms with fantastic farm table style.
A vintage farm table creates an instant "antique chic" look when juxtaposed with modern accents. This room by Alexander Design has the perfect mix of polished and distressed: a well-loved wooden table paired with super-sleek chrome and leather chairs.
A rustic farm table pairs perfectly with statement chairs or bench seating, but we love getting creative by combining the two, as in this home by Brown Design Inc. The look is both clean and eclectic, creating a dynamic dining room vibe.
We’re all about bringing the outdoors in, but sometimes life is about bringing the indoors out. A farm table makes a standout patio piece, adding texture to an outdoor space perfect for wining and dining under the stars.
In a neutral dining space, white chairs and tabletop accessories complement the unfinished wood table surface to add lightness and personality.
Angular interactions between contemporary chairs and a large farm table contrast with shapely, swirly glass pendant lights to make this modern dining room feel masculine and suave.
If it’s a black-and-white moment you’re after, considering taking the edge off with a medium brown table to balance out black and white chairs, artwork, and tabletop décor.
To add a playfully chic twist to a farm table, focus on metallics and ceramics that make a statement. A large brass bowl makes a bold impact off a rough-hewn reclaimed-wood surface.
If your style is Bohemian, embrace the earthiness of a farm table in a darker finish. Build a beach-to-table dining room look accented with woven textures like linens and basket weaves.
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