Perfect Farm Table Ideas
Do you think that farm table is only for country house design? farm table can be a perfect furniture in your room. there are many ways to incorporate a farm table into any style decor. Natalie Myer will show you the beauty of perfect farm tables and how they can fit into many styles with just a few small design tweaks.
The grandness of an antique style trestle leg farm table is undeniable. It is substantial and elegant. It goes well with formal seating and an Old World chandelier.
A farm table that is the whitewashed goes well with a shabby chic or country style interior. It’s a touch rustic, a touch eclectic. Mismatched chairs and a flea market assortment of dinnerware and decorative items complete the casual look.
The wood top with white body table is a classic farm table look. Here we still feel the casual country vibe, but the lighting, paint colors, wall decor, and ceiling molding tell us the look is French country. Less casual, more thought out and urbane, but just as inviting.
Here’s another example of a trestle leg farm table in an equally impressive setting. The large scale of the table goes well with the high ceiling and heavy iron chandelier. This trestle table feels more at home in the country than the urban setting of the previous trestle-legged table.
A turned-leg farm table is the type that most catches my eye. The turned legs provide a understated ornamentation to the humble nature of the table. Painted in a dark teal to match the bookshelves, and paired with maroon benches, this combination is a serious study in shapes and forms.
If you have a modern house, the straight-leg farm table is the best fit.
Here a tapered leg farm table feels modern, too. The bentwood chairs and minimalist decor along with the abstract art provide the context for modernizing the simple table.
Can you believe a farm table can work with a Regency-Glamor style dining room? I could barely believe it myself until I saw this photo. The right chairs and lighting can make all the difference. It’s nice to know that if you start with one simple farm table, you can modify it to whatever style you like as your look evolves, just by switching out the rug, chairs, and lighting.
Look: Here’s the same small kitchen farm table with turned legs looking less country and more glam in a black-and-white-infused office space.
When talking about a large wood table intended to seat up to 10 people, scale is very important. What better centerpiece than a large trough filed with greenery? It references the farm table origins, provides an interesting floral display, and fits the scale of these large tables.