Your Queen Anne dining room requires a sophisticated table. Often shown in Cherry with a rich stain, choose a Queen Anne style dining table in the American hardwood, shape, and size you prefer. Curving shapes, cabriole legs, and refined ornament define the classic Queen Anne furniture style.
A regal addition to any formal dining room, the solid wood Adelia Queen Anne Table features unmistakable cabriole legs and an oval top with steambent apron.
Our Rockingham Formal Dining Table is defined by the arching trestle and u shaped pedestals. Invest in a Queen Anne inspired formal Amish dining table.
Cabriole legs and smooth hardwood construction take center stage with the Barrington Dining Set. Invest in a classic Queen Anne dining collection.
With the effortless ability to expand, the Barrington Leg Table boasts solid wood construction, Amish craftsmanship, and a water-resistant finish.
Formal and refined with a banquet-shaped top and bevel edge, the Hillsborough Double Pedestal Table is made by hand with one of a kind hardwood character.
Formal and refined with fluted tables legs and a hand-applied wood finish, the Abbey Court Trestle Table can be purchased as a solid top or extension table.
Elegant and refined with classic Queen Anne furniture styling, the Beverley Dining Set is popular in solid Cherry. Choose your personal design preferences.
Standard with a circle groove in its rounded table top, the Calexico Single Pedestal Table is sure to impress with its intricate base and hand-applied finish.
More than just a traditional dining room table, the Lancaster Dining Room Set sports beautifully handcrafted designs that will liven any dining room.
Before your next dinner party or game night upgrade your dining room with the gorgeous Munich Dining Set that can be custom made to fit your needs.
A round, formal dining table with self-storing leaf. Customize a Montalban Butterfly Leaf Table in your favorite hardwood and multi-step finish combination.
The bottom of the Munich French Country Table has furniture glides that make it easier for you to move the table while keeping your floor protected.
Invest in a Calexico Dining Set from Countryside Amish Furniture. A pedestal table, classic chairs, and optional counter height chairs are made-to-order.
This rectangular Abbey Court Butterfly Trestle Table evokes old world charm with reeded legs and a center stretcher. The table is shown in Brown Maple.
Supported by a turned pedestal column, the handmade Royal Dornoch Butterfly Leaf Table's round top is standard with a bevel edge and steambent apron.
Ideal for both casual and formal interiors, the Montalban Single Pedestal Table has perfectly round top with bevel edge and an elegant curved pedestal base.
The Queen Anne style dining room table is perhaps most recognizable by the cabriole legs. Other stylistic elements help bring a classic furniture style into the modern day dining room such as intricate pedestals and bases, deep finishes, and scalloped aprons. Often crafted in solid Cherry, Walnut, or Maple, Countryside Amish Furniture’s Queen Anne dining tables are offered in a number of domestic wood species to create your one-of-a-kind custom dining room furniture. These oval or rectangular dining tables can be Amish-built with a solid or expanding top with center leaves.
- What is a Queen Anne style table?
A Queen Anne style dining room table has several recognizable design elements, including cabriole legs, intricate pedestals and bases, deep finishes, and scalloped aprons.
- How do I set a formal dining table?
Industry standard says you should allow 30" of space per adult while setting up your formal dining table. Check out our complete guide to setting up your table for more information.
- How do I decorate a Queen Anne dining table when not in use?
You may decide to reserve your Queen Anne dining table for formal dining occasions, but it still serves an important style purpose year-round. Queen Anne dining tables are often crafted in solid Cherry, Walnut, or Maple, so you will want to use table linens in complementary colors. In terms of the Queen Anne style itself, think ornate, scrolling, and carved details.