You need a new dining room table, but the rest is a mystery. Learn the language that will help you determine the form, function, and fashion you need.
Countryside Amish Furniture offers handmade dining room and kitchen tables in sizes, shapes and domestic hardwood to match your space and style. Our Amish-built kitchen tables help you create an every-day or formal dining space that is comfortable for gatherings large and small.
Our handmade Weslaco Dining Table is available in five sizes. A smooth, hand-finished top may open on geared slides to accept center leaves.
For coastal or modern farmhouse interiors, a Oklahoma Single Pedestal Ta is a necessary centerpiece in the hand-rubbed stain or painted finish of your choosing.
Our Haltom City Double Pedestal Tab is an impressive addition to your formal dining room with turned baluster pedestals and a solid or expanding solid wood top.
The Ailey Single Pedestal Table is a true work of art. Beautifully handcrafted to your liking, this table offers a variety of customizable options.
A simple, contemporary design and sound hardwood construction make the Leander Double Pedestal Table a welcome addition to any modern entertaining space.
One of more modern double pedestal tables with angular metal bases and a hardwood top, the McAllen Double Pedestal Table is offered in numerous solid top sizes.
Simplicity at its finest, the Elyria Dining Table has as boat-shaped top with clean lines that allow this dining table to fit in with any style of dining room.
A unique dining table is a much-needed addition to any modern dining space. Customize a solid hardwood Plano Trestle Table with Countryside Amish Furniture.
Bridging contemporary and classic furniture design, the Kettering Kitchen Table is custom made to your size, extension, and design preferences.
An instant classic in Cherry or Brown Maple, the Parma Leg Table is defined by its elegant turned legs, self-storing leaves, and rich finish.
A medium Oak, handmade table with plenty of character. Our Amish built Gallup Kitchen Table effortlessly expands with 12-inch wide center leaves.
Expertly hand-crafted in the heart of Amish country, the Drexel Dining Table has a reclaimed hardwood top, turned legs, and an expandable dining surface.
Available in two starting sizes, the Dubberly Dining Table combines kiln-dried American hardwood with a decorative metal base for a modern appeal.
A solid Cherry dining table is the perfect starting point for your transitional dining room or kitchen. Customize a Coupland Leg Table for your dining set.
Expertly handcrafted with an urban frame of mind, the Faunsdale Single Pedestal Table can be customized as a solid top or expansion table with leaves.
With nine solid wood options, hundreds of finishes, and three size choices, you can truly customize the Tuttle Round Leg Table for your dining room or kitchen.
Add an element of contemporary chic to your home with the Natchitoches Counter Table which combines a solid wood top with powder-coated legs.
Though pictured in a beautiful Brown Maple, the mid-century modern Kihei Dining Table is customizable in your preferred size, hardwood, and multi-step finish.
Put the grain of the high top on full display with the Attalla Rustic Cabinet Pub Table, made from rough sawn maple and made in six sizes with optional leaves.
Choose your starting size, extension leaves, hardwood, and finish to create a Cruger Single Pedestal T all your own. Each Amish made table is handmade to order.
Choose the wood, stain, edge style, size, shape, and the number of leaves within the Perham Butterfly Leaf Table, letting it perfectly fit your dining room.
Gather around this Mission dining table made from solid rough sawn maple wood. Crafted in multiple sizes, you can extend the round table with optional leaves.
Made in six sizes, the highly customizable Brianna Butterfly Leaf Table includes levelers and gear-based table slides, ideal for the contemporary dining room.
Sit the family around this two-toned, queen anne styled table, available in multiple dimensions and your choice of edges and center leaves.
Timelessly elegant and made to endure generations of use, the Amish made Bertie Double Pedestal Table features a classic oval top with eased edges.
A beautiful modern dinner table built to withstand generations of use, the Kinsey Rustic Leg Table is a simple yet elegant centerpiece for your room.
Available in two sizes with a variety of styles, the Dallam Butterfly Leaf Table is the perfect table for formal dining rooms or eat-in kitchens.
Modern, edgy, and Amish handcrafted, the Mid-century-inspired Cochran Butterfly Leaf Table effortlessly expands to accept an 18-inch center leaf.
The Liberty Park Dining Table evokes queen anne luxuriousness with its ornate legs and glistening hardwood, sold in multiple sizes and with add-on leaves.
Formal with intricate pedestals, every Amish handmade Kristin Dining Table is offered as a one and a half inch-thick solid or expanding table top.
Your Amish-made dining room table is at the heart of your home. Find a style, size, and hardwood that is both functional and attractive with our custom wood dining furniture options. We partner with Amish artisans and workshops for our American-made tables. Made in the heart of Amish country, our solid hardwood dining tables show their devotion to craftsmanship and attention to detail. Shop our large collection of leg, trestle, pedestal, and butterfly leaf extension tables.
- What type of wood is best for a dining table?
If you’re considering a wood dining table, always opt for a hardwood such as Hickory, Oak, Maple, Quartersawn White Oak, Walnut, or Cherry. Generally, the harder the wood the less prone it is to wear and abrasion such as dings and scratches. A solid wood dining room table is best for everyday use especially for families with young children. Tables made from engineered or composite woods, which include plywoods and MDF, are never as strong as a hardwood. Red Oak is a classic wood type perfect for a traditional home, while species like Maple and Walnut have a smoother grain well-suited for a more contemporary look. Quartersawn White Oak is ideal for an Arts and Crafts or Mission table, while Cherry has a formal appeal and Hickory is rustic.
- What is a typical dining table height?
Most dining tables share the same standard height: between 29" and 31" high. Formal dining tables tend to be closer to 30 inches. At this height, most people can rest their feet comfortably on the floor, so it works well for formal dining rooms or more casual areas such as eat-in kitchens or breakfast nooks. Elevated dining tables do come in other heights. A counter height table, at 36” high, is the same height as a kitchen countertop or gathering table. These tables are a great option for informal spaces. Another relaxed option, a 42” bar height table, makes for a quick transition from standing to sitting. Also called a pub table or a gathering table, bar height tables are perfect for entertaining in both residential and commercial spaces.
- How big should a dining room table be?
Generally you want three feet of walking space around the table with the chairs not in use (slid under the table). Also, most dining tables come in one of the basic shapes: rectangular, square, and round. The width and depth of the table vary based on the shape. Rectangular dining room tables are the most common shape, and generally range between 36” and 48” wide. In order to seat at least four to eight people, the dining table should be 48” to 90” long. The rule of thumb is allow 24" to 30” of space per seat at your dining table. Square and round tables are better suited for smaller groups; popular sizes range from 42” to 54” and may seat four to six people.