Our refectory dining tables are solid wood and fully custom. These Early American draw leaf dining tables are known for functionality and style, while our Amish artisans are trusted for their time-tested construction techniques and critical attention to detail.
Our expanding Trumbull Cast Iron Table features a solid hardwood top that open on either breadboard end to accept an 18 inch extension leaf.
Our Old Saybrook Trestle Table pairs a rustic oak planked table top with an industrial farmhouse iron base. The expanding table top accepts a leaf at both ends.
The Amish-made and finished Creve Coeur Double Pedestal Table includes a pair of breadboard leaves, which effortlessly increases the length of the table.
Built in the heart of Amish country, the Dell Rapids Refectory Table is built to last a lifetime with Shaker inspired tapered legs and classic extensions.
Enriched with a modern finish over Oak, this rectangular solid wood trestle base dining table is crafted for full-scale entertaining with refectory leafs.
Designed with a modern, rustic flair, the Fremont Trestle Table features beautiful, bold turned legs that give this table unmatched charm.
Rugged and rustic, the Lakemont Table accepts end of table extension leaves for easy expansion. The trestle table is crafted from Rough Sawn Maple.
Chunky farmhouse legs and a thick textured table top make the Bayberry Dining Table a standout in any rustic home. Customize one with Countryside online.
Handcrafted from Rough Sawn Maple and made-to-order, our Casey Trestle Table will add both rustic and contemporary looks to any dining room interior.
The Kirtland Dining Table is great for small apartments to large dining rooms, offering many sizes and telescoping end leaves to make hosting a breeze.
Distinctive characteristics of the Pawtucket Dining Table include brilliant baluster pedestals, a thick floating top, and refectory extension leaves.
One of our more ornately designed dining tables, the Glen Hope Table is pictured in an antiqued finish over Rough Sawn Maple hardwood.
You can choose between twenty different sizes for the Beacon Falls Trestle Table and no matter what size you choose, two 18 inch leaves are included.
Amish handmade dining table; crafted to order in the USA. Countryside's Marquette Table with Metal Base is available in multiple sizes and accepts end leaves.
Blend the inherent elegance of a refectory dining table with earthiness with the rustic Breaux Bridge Dining Table made from Rough Sawn Maple hardwood.
What do you get you combine reclaimed barnwood with refectory sophistication? The one-of-a-kind Dierks Reclaimed Kitchen Table, made in six different sizes.
Sold in 10 sizes, the Lamesa Trestle Table comes with 16” leaves for a true refectory dining experience. Can be bought as part of a greater set.
This rough sawn maple refectory dining table with a low sheen finish adds rustic yet sophisticated personality to your home. Sold in 5 sizes with end leaves.
This rough sawn maple refectory dining table comes in dozens of sizes and with draw leafs, enabling you to find the perfect dimensions for the space.
Equal parts rustic and industrial, this rough sawn maple refectory table comes in lengths spanning from 5’ to 10’ with two additional leaves for versatility.
The elegant Belledonne Trestle Table brings French Country flourish to refectory designs offered in 24 size options with expanding leaves.
Rough sawn maple joins a black metal base for a modern refectory table available in five lengths ranging from 5’ to 9’. Includes two 16” leaves.
This Shaker-style refectory dining table comes in 10 different sizes, all with self-storing leaves and breadboard table top ends. Pictured in cherry wood.
Our handmade refectory dining room tables are built in the USA by skilled Amish woodworkers. These handy, extendable tables include self-storing extension leaves. Available in a number of sustainably harvested wood types, Countryside Amish Furniture’s stow leaf tables can be transformed to complement your dining room or kitchen. Customize your favorite refectory table by first determining your overall style, then choosing your preferred hardwood type, size, and hand-rubbed wood finish.