11 Best Dining Room Tables for Any Space

Shopping for the best dining room tables, and furniture in general, can be overwhelming, especially online; the options are endless and you can’t feel something through a screen. But if you’re in the market for a modern dining table, we’ve waded through the options to bring you some of the most stylish, well-built dining tables you can have shipped straight to your door—no matter the size of your space or your budget. We even found a few great dupes of the pricier tables. Whether you want solid wood, sleek lacquer, or something in between, here are 11 modern dining tables to buy in 2022.

Looking for the best dining room tables for small spaces? We’ve got that, too.

An expandable hardwood dining table

This extendable dining table has clean lines and a sleek profile with a look that’s more timeless than trendy. It’s also super sturdy, thanks to the durable ash wood construction. The light natural ash color feels modern but still warm and welcoming, and this rectangular table is also available with a darker walnut stain. A leaf that’s cleverly stored on the underside of the table adds a foot-and-a-half of length, taking this from a six-person 71-inch table table to an eight-person 89-inch table.

Smiley 71-89″ Extendable Dining Table

$1097.00, Kardiel

A compact wood dining table under $200

Furniture brand Zinus may be best known (especially on Amazon) for its sturdy bed frames and affordable memory foam mattresses, but the company makes other pieces, too. This compact real-wood table has a similar look to the Smiley (above), but with a much smaller footprint—and price tag. And because it’s compact, it could also work as a desk. Reviewers have called the Zinus Jen “the best dining table I’ve ever bought,” “the best assembly experience I’ve ever had,” and “one of the best purchases I’ve ever made on Amazon.”

Zinus Jen 47 Inch Wood Dining Table

$186.00, Amazon

A solid wood statement table

This statement table from West Elm has clean lines and a minimalist design with a few subtle curves to keep it from feeling too modern. It’s made of kiln-dried mango wood, a durable, sustainable hardwood that resembles teak, but at a much more affordable price. It’s not expandable, but it does come in three sizes (72, 86, and 100 inches) so it can work in medium or large dining rooms.

Anton Solid Wood Dining Table (72″–120″)

$1500.00, West Elm

A marble-top tulip table

Though it’s been around for more than 60 years, the tulip table is the most iconic modern dining table there is. This less-expensive reproduction mimics Eero Saarinen’s original mid-century design, complete with a real marble top, laquered for longevity. With a 45-inch diameter, this round table tucks into a corner or nook but can still comfortably seat four people.

Steve Silver Colfax White Marble Table

$989.00, Macy’s

If you don’t have your heart set on real marble, this Amazon dupe comes in various sizes and colors, and you can get a faux marble top or switch it up completely with a walnut or plain white tabletop. Even better: The base comes in white, black, gold, and rose gold. The price varies by size and finish, but even configurations for the biggest size (54 inches) hover right around $1,000.

Modway Lippa 40″ Mid-Century Dining Table with Round Artificial Marble Top

$712.00, Amazon

An oval tulip table

If you have a bigger space to fill (or need to fit more than four chairs) but still want the iconic look of a tulip table, consider this indoor/outdoor option from Williams-Sonoma. With a concrete oval top and a powder-coated steel base, this durable dining table is made to stand up to the elements, but it’s stylish and neutral enough to be the focal point of an indoor dining room, too.

Tulip 70″ Outdoor Concrete Oval Dining Table

$2995.00, Williams Sonoma

A modern farmhouse table

Pottery Barn’s West Dining Table combines the rustic look of bulky solid mango wood posts and modern clean lines, so it will work with a variety of decor styles. At 73 inches long, it comfortably seats six to eight and the legs have levelers on the bottom so you never have to worry about wobbling. Pottery Barn also offers white-glove delivery service, which means your table will be carried inside and assembled so you don’t have to lift a finger (the delivery people also take all the packing materials with them when they go!).

West Dining Table

$999.00, Pottery Barn

If you’re working with a smaller space or budget, but still want the look of the Pottery Barn West, this 54-inch table is a good dupe with great reviews. It’s made of solid wood and can seat up to six people. You can get matching benches, too, but for a more eclectic look, pair it with a collection of mismatched modern chairs.

Better Homes & Gardens Bryant Solid Wood Dining Table

$230.00, Walmart

A white lacquer dining table

Apt2B’s Cloverdale dining table features the same simple, boxy silhouette as the wood farmhouse tables above, but with a super-modern white lacquer finish
. At 63 inches long, it’s fairly compact, but roomy enough to seat six. Under the glossy white finish, this table is made of engineered wood (MDF), but each leg is reinforced with a solid metal rod for strength and stability. And as long as it’s in stock, the Cloverdale ships out in just three to five business days.

Cloverdale Table White Lacquer

$1148.00, Apt2B

A simple black dining table under $500

This rubberwood table from Target’s Hearth & Hand line has a timeless silhouette, a modern (albeit slightly distressed) black finish, and an affordable price tag. At 72 inches long, it comfortably seats six and reviews from verified purchasers indicate that this is a sturdy dining table that’s super easy to assemble.

Black Wood Dining Table

$450.00, Target

A timeless oak dining table with art-deco details

This dreamy dining table from CB2 has so much going for it. The oak is cerused (a finishing technique that highlights the natural wood grain), the fluted apron brings art deco vibes, and clean lines make it feel modern and timeless. The overall style is versatile enough to work in a stately dining room or sparsely-decorated loft—and at 90 inches long, it could fill either type of space, too.

Providence 90″ Cerused Oak Dining Table

$1500.00, CB2

Originally Appeared on Epicurious