Both the form and function of your hardwood dining or kitchen table should inform your buying decision when your Amish table will last for generations.
A wooden trestle table is available in many shapes and sizes with expansion potential on geared slides to accommodate gatherings both large and small. Amish handmade trestle tables work in both the kitchen and formal dining room depending on your needs.
Handcrafted to last a lifetime, the Wiscasset Trestle Table showcases a beautiful trestle base with exposed joinery to create a rustic and classic feel.
A modern take on classic dining room furniture, the Cruger Double Pedestal Table is a gorgeous and sophisticated addition to your dining space.
The Hotchkiss Trestle Table is curated with a mix of rustic and mission styles. This farmhouse style table is handcrafted and loaded with intricate details.
Displaying a timeless farmhouse style, our Anderson Dining Table is beautifully handcrafted to last a lifetime and customized to create your perfect table.
A beautiful modern dinner table built to withstand generations of use, the Lowndesville Extendable Table is a simple yet elegant centerpiece for your room.
Available in three starting sizes, the Ansonville Dining Table combines kiln-dried American hardwood with decorative metal spindles for a Mission appeal.
Offered in two sizes, the Morillton Dining Table features a thick, hardwood table top with breadboard ends that open to accept easy expansion leaves.
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.
Handsome with timeless mission design, the Daviston Double Pedestal Table is standard with a clipped corner top profile, mission edge, and angular pedestals.
This modern beauty is available in a number of hardwoods and six expanding top sizes. A Ricci Butterfly Leaf Trestle Table enriches your space in modern style.
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.
Our Holly Double Pedestal Table is an impressive addition to your formal dining room with turned baluster pedestals and a solid or expanding solid wood top.
Each Richford Kitchen Table is Amish handmade to order in the size, hardwood, and finish you choose. Order as a solid top, or with up to four leaves.
Our one-of-a-kind Coal Run Leaf Table is craftsmanship at its finest with the turned legs and decorative grooves that you see in on the table top.
The Amish-made and finished Creve Coeur Double Pedestal Table includes a pair of breadboard leaves, which effortlessly increases the length of the table.
Enriched with a modern finish over Oak, this rectangular Tupelo Dining Table is crafted for full-scale entertaining with hardwood refectory leafs.
Contemporary and well-made, the Oscoda Butterfly Leaf Table effortlessly expands with one or two self-storing leafs. Order online at Countryside Amish.
Grand and built to last, the Obert Double Pedestal Table accepts up to four leaves. Two intricately carved pedestals are connected by a wide center stretcher.
Built from Rough Sawn Maple hardwood, the Elkins Double Pedestal Table is offered in eight different sizes and finished with several different hand rubbed stain
Designed with a modern, rustic flair, the Fremont Trestle Table features beautiful, bold turned legs that give this table unmatched charm.
- What is a trestle table?
One of the oldest dining table designs, the trestle table now complements a wide range of interior designs. The trestle base has two pedestals, connected by a low stretcher bar that adds strength and stability to your dining surface. Trestle style dining room tables have vertical support near the ends connected with horizontal support. Advantages of this design allow for maximum seating around the table and support large expansion. Trestle tables are also great for use with benches and more traditional dining chair designs.
- How does a trestle table work?
With the trestle table, one person can open the table because the table base stays in place. The geared slides do all the work when opening the table top, and give you access to the leaves within the table. Geared slides are very effective in “equalizing” both sides of the table top when opening the table top. Most trestle designs can be made to have the leaves stored underneath the table top, with or without aprons. Because the trestle table top is unique in its design, customizing does not come as easy. The standard trestle table sizes range from 36-48” in width and 60-78” in length depending on the piece; generally, center leaves are 12”.
- How do I know if a trestle table is the right option for my space?
Trestle tables are perfect when you normally need six chairs and occasionally host guests. With a rectangular trestle table, you have more flexibility to add more people to the table. One of the benefits of a pedestal or trestle table is the ability to fit more people around the table, since the legs don’t get in the way of an additional person pulling up a chair at the corners. If you normally need 8 or more chairs, we would recommend considering a large legged table.
Trestle dining room tables are popular dining room choices because exude classic style, yet come in styles as varied as sleek and modern to timeless or rustic. In addition to various domestic hardwood options, Countryside Amish Furniture offers wooden and extendable trestle tables in an assortment of shapes and expansion options. From traditional rectangular tables to eye-catching farmhouse tables with planked tops, you are certain to find the right size and shape trestle dining table for your room.