15 Rooms Flaunting Tried & True Farmhouse Tables

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Farmhouse tables are like a favorite, time-worn pair of jeans, or the perfect LBD of furniture — they go with everything and work on everyone. Long farmhouse tables evoke images of harvest dinners, families and friends gathered together to share a meal and stories, an event worth attending. In reality, they can be all of those things, but they’re also beautifully utilitarian as well. Homework and projects can be spread wildly over them, crafts and DIYs have enough room to come to fruition, and a meal for one can be just as inviting as having the whole family.

We’ve gathered 15 of our favorite long farmhouse tables to inspire your own home, or fantasize about running away to an apple orchard in upstate New York and staring down the length of a farmhouse table filled with an array of seasonal cuisine. —Rebekah 

  1. Lori says:

    I would love to own a farmhouse table, but our dining area is tiny. I agree, the idea of sharing a meal with everyone gathered around the same table is charming and I long for the room to do it.
    Cheers!
    Lori in Blue Ridge, GA

  2. Hanna says:

    Loving the rustic look with more modern chairs. Great looks just in time for Thanksgiving!

  3. David says:

    I have been designing, building and loving farmhouse tables for quite some time. I must say you have done a remarkable job showing the diversity and splendor of Farmhouse tables.
    Thanks for the great post.

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