Kitchen Design

Make Awesome Your Kitchen

Country Kitchen Tables

4.5 stars – based on 93 reviews in categories News

Country Kitchen Tables

Explore Our Farmhouse Tables Our farmhouse tables are fully customizable and are bench-built by skilled craftsmen in the USA. This enables us to offer our farm tables in any size, shape, style or color.  Farmhouse tables are available as either new wood tables or old reclaimed barn wood dining tables.  Thick top tables, planked top farm tables,  company board extension tables, painted kitchen tables are a few of the many options available. In addition to the traditional farmhouse table legs, farmhouse trestle tables and farmhouse pedestal tables are available.  The possibilities are endless!  Want some advice?  Contact one of our table consultants. Base Types – Farmhouse Tables When considering what type of  table base you want, it is not only important to consider the overall look you would like to achieve, but functionality as well.  Need a farm table for a nook?  A pedestal table or reclaimed barn wood trestle table works great.  Looking to seat a lot of people?  A table with legs could be the right solution for you.  Not sure what base would work best for you?  Our table consultants are here to help! CURVED LEGS 
country kitchen tables 1

Country Kitchen Tables

Our farmhouse tables are fully customizable and are bench-built by skilled craftsmen in the USA. This enables us to offer our farm tables in any size, shape, style or color.  Farmhouse tables are available as either new wood tables or old reclaimed barn wood dining tables.  Thick top tables, planked top farm tables,  company board extension tables, painted kitchen tables are a few of the many options available. In addition to the traditional farmhouse table legs, farmhouse trestle tables and farmhouse pedestal tables are available.  The possibilities are endless!  Want some advice?  Contact one of our table consultants.
country kitchen tables 2

Country Kitchen Tables

“Harvest tables,” common features of 19th-century cellars, were typically used for sorting produce. Built by farmers for their own homes — from inexpensive, readily available wood — these pieces are now valued for their sturdy construction and aged patina. This painted pine-and-poplar model from the early 1800s, for example, recently fetched $1,692 at Garth’s Americana Auction in Delaware, Ohio.
country kitchen tables 3

Country Kitchen Tables

01 Of 08The OriginalThe Original”Harvest tables,” common features of 19th-century cellars, were typically used for sorting produce. Built by farmers for their own homes — from inexpensive, readily available wood — these pieces are now valued for their sturdy construction and aged patina. This painted pine-and-poplar model from the early 1800s, for example, recently fetched $1,692 at Garth’s Americana Auction in Delaware, Ohio. Courtesy of Garth’s Auctioneers & Appraisers
country kitchen tables 4

Country Kitchen Tables

The Original”Harvest tables,” common features of 19th-century cellars, were typically used for sorting produce. Built by farmers for their own homes — from inexpensive, readily available wood — these pieces are now valued for their sturdy construction and aged patina. This painted pine-and-poplar model from the early 1800s, for example, recently fetched $1,692 at Garth’s Americana Auction in Delaware, Ohio. Courtesy of Garth’s Auctioneers & Appraisers
country kitchen tables 5

Country Kitchen Tables

“Harvest tables,” common features of 19th-century cellars, were typically used for sorting produce. Built by farmers for their own homes — from inexpensive, readily available wood — these pieces are now valued for their sturdy construction and aged patina. This painted pine-and-poplar model from the early 1800s, for example, recently fetched $1,692 at Garth’s Americana Auction in Delaware, Ohio. Courtesy of Garth’s Auctioneers & Appraisers
country kitchen tables 6

Country Kitchen Tables

1 Of 8 The Original”Harvest tables,” common features of 19th-century cellars, were typically used for sorting produce. Built by farmers for their own homes — from inexpensive, readily available wood — these pieces are now valued for their sturdy construction and aged patina. This painted pine-and-poplar model from the early 1800s, for example, recently fetched $1,692 at Garth’s Americana Auction in Delaware, Ohio. Courtesy of Garth’s Auctioneers & Appraisers
country kitchen tables 7

Country Kitchen Tables

The kitchen is the heart of a home. This is where you experiment with healthy food, cook up comfort food, and puree baby food. It’s the place you bake love into every meal you prepare.

Show more picture gallery of Country Kitchen Tables

Another post that might be interesting for you