Farmhouse Dining Table
Farmhouse Dining Table
Timeless styling meets modern design. Odie & Board's Farmhouse Table is a classy, one-of-a-kind addition to any dining area. Crafted from carefully selected solid pine, this inviting table is a perfect spot to gather for meals, get work done, and spend time with those that matter.
- 1.25-inch tabletop thickness, with each board bearing its own unique wood grain, knots, and imperfections
- Table lengths range from 4 to 8-ft and are fully customizable down to the inch (7-ft pictured)
- Typical width: 37 inches
- Typical height: 30 inches
- 4-inch tongue & groove breadboard ends for a classy, finished look
- Hand-rubbed with a kid-friendly, rich walnut protective finish
- Each Farmhouse Table is made-to-order to ensure that it is fully tailored to your individual space
- Matching Farmhouse Bench available - save $50 on bench with purchase of farmhouse table
- Current production schedule: January-February 2017 delivery
- Free delivery and setup
Due to size and weight, the Farmhouse Table is only available in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area
Please contact us for custom dimensions and colors.
7% of your purchase will be donated to an organization that helps animals find loving homes
How large should my dining table be?
Choosing a table size can be confusing! Ideally, each side of your table will leave at least 36-inches between the table edge and nearest wall or furniture piece to allow for "chair scoot" and people to walk behind. The table pictured shows exactly 36-inches from table edge to each wall and chairs positioned as if someone were seated. This spacing allows for people to enter and exit without requiring those seated at the table to adjust their seating, maximizing the amount of table space available. Of course, you can always go wider (40+ inches) for a more spacious feel!
How many people will my dining table fit?
Once you've chosen a table size that fits your space, how many people will it seat? This depends on a few factors: 24-inches per guest is a generally accepted guideline for formal dining, but in more casual environments, you can certainly flex this rule. The chart below will give you an idea of how much space someone would have for common table sizes:
It can be helpful to combine the chart above with a tape measure and see what spacing would look like in person!
When the table is being used to play games or gather together for a simple meal (who doesn't love pizza??), it's a chance to get a little cozier. The table pictured above is 7 feet long and routinely seats 10 for casual meals. Narrow chairs or a bench also make it easier to fit more people around the table.
Tables at most furniture stores are sold in 1-foot increments, but dining spaces in homes aren't always built that way. Odie & Board can customize dimensions of your table to fit your space down to the inch to maximize the usefulness of your dining area. We would love to help create the perfect dining space for your family!