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Finding dining tables that suit your personal style and space can be challenging. Your dining room is much more than just a place you eat – it’s where your children do their homework, where your family gathers around for game night, and where you share memories with your loved ones. As one of the centers of activity in your home, your dining table should be both stylish and sturdy.

If you’re looking for dining tables that will serve as a hub in your home, Furniture Fair has what you need! With a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and styles, we likely have something that you’ll love.

Choosing the Right Dining Table


One of the most common styles of dining tables is square or rectangular. These work seamlessly into both classic and contemporary styles, no matter the size of your space. Circular and oval dining tables are less common but make a statement in any home. Round tables add to a more contemporary style, especially if paired with modern chairs. The shape of your dining table may depend on the size of your space, so make sure to measure before you make your selection.


As mentioned above, the size of the dining tables that will fit in your space will depend on the room or space. Generally, square tables take up less space than the other shapes. They can easily be tucked into a corner to maximize your square footage or positioned in the middle of the room on their own. The same can be said for rectangular dining tables. Circular tables tend to take up more space as well, but depending on the size, can be pushed up against a wall to create a dining nook.


The most common material for dining tables is wood. While the legs can vary from wood to metal and even plastic, the highest-quality dining tables are almost always a natural material. To protect the tabletop from stains and spills, they are sealed to ensure they stay clean for as long as possible. Glass tabletops are also very common.

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