First sold to the public in 1789, original Shaker furniture shunned anything ornamental or decorative for decoration's sake like veneers, or Queen Anne style carvings. Shaker table and dining chair legs are tapered and feature straight lines while Mission style furniture also features clean lines but squared legs. Our Shaker tables' simplicity defines their understated beauty, but we've expanded the true definition of Shaker furniture to include a few dining tables with splayed legs or simple details.
Expandable, solid wood tables like our Fort Wayne Table, open on solid wood slides and accept up to four leaves to allow you to seat twelve stylishly.
Gather up to twelve at the watering hole in your home. Our Oasis Dining Table is made-to-order of solid, renewable, American Hardwood.
Family dining gets an historical feel when it occurs around our Colonist Dining Table. Traditionally shaker in style, this piece just works.
One need not be Egyptian to appreciate a peaceful Oasis. Our Amish built, pub height Oasis Table can be the calm in the storm for your family.
Our Coffee on Christy Dining Table will enliven the smallest corner, eat-in kitchen, or breakfast nook. Come meet Countryside's newest blend.
Comfort drives people to linger longer...keep your family and friends seated around your Christy Avenue Dining Table in both style and comfort.
Breadboard ends transform an ordinary wooden table into a centerpiece in your dining room. Feature our Edinburgh Craftsman Dining Table in your home.
A master of disguise, our clever Edinburgh leg table goes swimmingly with Art Deco, Craftsman, and even Shaker dining rooms.
Capture the essence of vacationing in the French countryside with our Amish-built Chateau Dining Table. Common or noble, this table will serve you.
Tall and regal, the pub version of the Vienna Dining Table offers an elevated experience. Solid wood kitchen tables of this quality are rare indeed.