Amish Kitchen & Dining Tables
A well-made dining or kitchen table is one of the most important furniture pieces in your home. It’s where you’ll spend considerable time, chatting with close friends or family and sharing delightful meals day in and day out. A functional and attractive dining table is a great add-on to your home, whether you have a elegant dining room, small breakfast nook, or your dining room table is in the center of your kitchen apartment. A dining table is a gathering place and functions as a center point in any room. In addition to style, you’ll want to find a dining room table that works in your room or space. Chances are you'll love a specific style or look, but if the dining table is too large or small for your room or space, or there are not enough seats, then you’ll have a difficult time working it into your home. There are a lot of dining room tables that you’ll want to start your search with something in mind.
Create your perfect table set by pairing any one of our hundreds of tables and chairs. Choose whether you would like chairs, stools, or benches around your table. No matter which way, you’ll get the perfect furniture that sets the tone for your kitchen or dining room. We offer casual sets to formal pieces, with modern and rustic styles.
Perfect for those large family events, our Amish made trestle tables are built for just that. Trestle tables offer the flexability to sit 4, 6, or even up to 14 people. These tables feature large bold bases that are sure to be a statement maker no matter the room.
Whether you have a small cozy eat-in kitchen, a dining room with plenty of space for the whole family, you need the right furnishings for your home and our Amish leg tables offer just that. Leg tables give everyone plenty of leg room for every to kick back and relax.
Pedestal tables have a single leg in the center of the table that supports the weight of the whole tabletop. They can also have two pedestals on each of the table being able to expand and support more people at the table. Our Amish pedestal tables vary from colonial to contemporary styled pedestals.