A large dining table makes for an eye-catching centre piece in a spacious home surrounded by an excess of space. Generously sized dining tables dominate interior design magazines and instagram accounts, making for fantastic photos.
However for many of us who do not have the luxury of open plan living, or copious amounts of space, a small dining table is much better suited to our needs. With this in mind we take a look at some of the smaller sized dining tables that are more suited to modern living and cosier spaces.
Luckily for us, having a smaller dining tables doesn’t mean compromising on quality or style. Brands such as Zeitraum, Cherner and Brdr. Kruger offer a variety of more compact dining tables that provide the perfect dining experience on a smaller scale whilst retaining exquisite design and craftsmanship.
Founded in 1990 in the Bavarian Alpine, Zeitraum focus on the combination of ecology and design. Their Turn Table is available in solid Oak and American Walnut options and is carved from one sustainably sourced piece of solid wood. The Turn Table is available in a diameter as little as 90cm (with larger sizes available). This is the perfect smaller sized dining table for those who appreciate exceptional craftsmanship, high quality wood and beautiful design.
This dining table is a classic. While you may have seen the Saarinen Tulip table in its larger forms, Knoll also offer this delightful dining table in smaller 120cm diameter option. This exceptional piece of modern design exudes elegance and sophistication. Crafted with premium quality materials, this dining table features a stunning marble top that rests on a singular pedestal base. There is also an option of matching Knoll Tulip Chairs.
This unique design consists of three beautifully crafted oil walnut legs complimented by a sleek glass tabletop. With a 135cm diameter the Triiio Dining Table will comfortably fit four chairs and serves as a fantastic table for both formal and relaxed dining. This exceptional piece of Danish design is elegant, eye-catching and functional. The Brdr. Kruger Triiio Dining Table proves that bigger doesn’t mean better.