This wooden table shines in a number of settings, from the rural kitchen to the most modest dining room.
1. WOODEN WONDER
Designer Edwina Hunt fills the dining room of her 1770-boxed farmhouse in Dutchess County, New York, with an antique dressing table that she found in her home country, Argentina. Leather woven chairs, bone and ram horn candlesticks are his own design, and the rug is made of cowhide.
2. RECLAIMED REFINERY
A reclaimed wooden dining table surrounded by vintage Paul McCobb chairs in Athens and the Amagansett, New York vacation spot filled with Victor Calderone’s light. Custom-made lighting fixtures hung from upholstered ceilings, Ib Kofod-Larsen’s 1950s chair covered with Madeline Weinrib silk, and klismos chairs were bought on eBay.
Designer Madeline Weinrib paired a French farmhouse table with Arts and Crafts chairs in her Manhattan attic dining room. Chinese antique stairs lean to the default bookshelves.
4. SUMMER HOME STYLE
In the kitchen where his family’s Martha’s Vineyard escaped, restaurant owner Keith McNally had combined a special cloth-coated banquet from Paula Rubenstein with a reclamation table.
5. CLEAN AND CLASSIC
White pine-stained walls and polished concrete floors form the background of a table in Millbrook, New York, the dining room of jewelry designer Mish Tworkowski and his colleague, Joseph Singer. The 1940s chair was by Stickley.