To really let it shine, simply set a wrought iron chandelier overhead or hang up a pair of industrial-inspired bowl pendants for a more minimalist look. Big and sturdy wooden tables have a rich history that can easily date back all the way to medieval times. The dining table was large, dressed with ample food and drink, and was surrounded by dining chairs. The legs are detailed which help add to the overall look and feel of the table and the space it is placed in. A sunflower centerpiece is always a great choice and matches nearly every stain color, paint color, and structural style, even if you are bringing in metal chairs for the rustic industrial look. These restaurants then often bring in country and rustic décor mixed with modern décor to create a unique look that people love.
The tapered legs and the simple silhouette give this piece a touch of traditional style, while the wood frame with grain detailing anchor it in cabin-chic style. The unique cross-hatch style iron base is hand painted adding a contemporary, industrial style.
Dining style tables
The country chic look is starting to take over as an interior design theme largely due to its ability to make any space warm and cozy.
The table used to be placed in a dining room that was not located near the kitchen; many times the dining room was located on another floor altogether. However, now many people want to bring back the big table look whether inside of the dining room or in a breakfast nook. Stained tables are easy to decorate and décor can be changed to match the seasons or to give the dining room a different feel just by adding a floral center piece or different colored seat cushions.
You can also easily add some seasonal centerpieces to the table to change the look of your kitchen with the changing of the seasons!
Outdoor dining areas are decorated with farmhouse tables, mason jars, floral center pieces, and either metal chairs or wooden benches.