The resident of this rehabilitated 19th-century Brooklyn tenement designed their wonderfully textural dining table personally. It was fabricated by Artistic Wood Crafts.
Inspired by the Korean tradition of cooking food at the dining room table, this built-in in Norway includes two hot plates.
Radiating rusticity, a custom-made teak table in Seoul showcases its rough-hewn edges.
Swedish architect Per Bornstein's spare Gothenburg dining room features an elegant glass-topped table of his own design.
Artist Pierre Pozzi wrapped his dining room table in his signature material: paper. The captivating piece is as much functional furnishing as work of art.
Made from solid walnut tree trunks, the Bedrock Plank A dining table by Terry Dwan maximizes leg room with a raw iron base.
Salvaged wood is incorporated throughout this loft in Brooklyn's Williamsburg neighborhood, most prominently in the dining table. “Sustainability comes from flexibility and planning for the long term,” designer Garrick Jones says. “This is not a glammed-up loft.”
This 24-person, 13-foot-long dining table is made of a single piece of teak. It was built custom for an incredibly narrow Singapore shophouse.