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Dining CollectionsMemories are made around the dining room table through the seasons and the generations. At Pottery Barn, we give you endless options to create the dining room of your dreams. Find a well-crafted table worthy of your loved ones and your entertaining skills from our dining room collections. Tables are available in oval, round, square and rectangular shapes to accommodate chairs, benches or stools. Kitchen tables make great breakfast and homework nooks in the food prep area. Extending pedestal tables make it easy to add extra guests at any time, and they offer plenty of legroom for the tallest visitors.Make your own custom dining haven with your choice of dining chairs available in our dining room collections. Mix and match leather and wood chairs for a timeless estate look. Choose plush tufted chairs for a formal dining arrangement. Use woven chairs in combination with reclaimed benches for a casual seaside dining space. Mid-century-style chairs with durable slipcovers work well for everyday use. Remove the slipcovers for formal occasions, or have several sets of slipcovers on hand to switch up looks for holidays. White chairs and lightly stained wood tables give a farmhouse look to the dining area and look great when dressed up with decorative drapery, rugs and decor objects.Treat yourself to a matching dining table and chair set if you’ve always dreamed of hosting dinners in a fully coordinated dining room. Shop an extensive variety of table-and-chair sets in our dining room collections, whether you want a retro, estate or contemporary dining room look. We also offer counter-height table-and-stool sets for use in tiny spaces and busy family kitchens. Versatile table-and-bench sets are also available for use as socializing and eating spaces for buffets, kids’ birthday parties and everyday meals. As a bonus, the benches make suitable extra seating when you need overflow accommodations during your casual parties and get-togethers.Complete your dining room table-and-chair set with a matching buffet or cabinet with Italian, industrial or 1960s influences. Select a buffet or dining cabinet that matches other furnishings in our dining room collections. Alternatively, mix and match pieces to enjoy your own one-of-a-kind dining room. Buffets and cabinets offer you ample storage and organization space for china, flatware and glassware. Store table linens and napkins in buffet drawers, and use bar cabinets to securely store stemware, barware and wine bottles.If your dining area is too small for a full buffet or dining cabinet, use a console table that accents your dining room tables and chairs. You don’t have to choose a console that’s an exact match. Use a light and bright glass console table in combination with a heavy wood dining table to provide contrast and reflection in the dining room. Console tables offer extra table space to hold buffet-style meals or a set of Bluetooth speakers to provide dinner music. Some console tables have extra shelves so you can arrange the food and the speakers. You can also use the console table for flower arrangements, seasonal decor and extra room lighting.Candles on the console and the dining room tabletop make for romantic dining but few things can surpass the dining experience under a lovely, shimmering chandelier made of crystals, shells or glass. Contemporary and traditional chandeliers make every meal special. We offer chandeliers with beloved designs and modern technology to fit with modern dining room needs. Recycled glass, beaded elements and mirrored rings are some of the features found in chandeliers in our lighting collection for dining areas. Choose round iron or aged brass chandeliers for lodge-style dining sets, or select faceted crystal chandeliers to light up more elegant dining room tables and chairs. Pendant lamps and minimalist lamps are also available for low-key yet illuminating decor above modern table-and-chair sets from our dining room collections. Read More


Dining TablesPicking out a new dining table is one of the most exciting experiences for families. That’s because the possibilities are endless. Imagining what your dining space will look like, adding artistic details and bringing them to life is an adventure where the journey is just as much fun as the destination. So whether you’re looking to bring something fresh into an existing dining room layout or want to create a completely new theme for your space, west elm’s distinctive dining tables open up a world of emotion. Look around, get inspired and create your own interior masterpiece. Here are some dining table decor ideas to help.It doesn’t take long to discover that your eyes know what they like. All of our tables have something special that sets them apart from the rest. They’re pure art. Reclaimed wood works in industrial designs and rustic layouts or for adding warmth to a room brimming with your favorite artwork. Use sconces or accent lighting to enhance paintings even more. Or focus on major elegance with marble or glass tabletops.If possible, choosing your dining table before adding other accent pieces is helpful. That’s because the table is what sets the tone for the rest of the dining room. It has a huge impact on the mood. Depending on the table, your room might feel intimate, modern, vintage or exotic. And once you know what table you want, it’s a lot easier to choose accessories that match – or contrast. When guests arrive, your table is where their eyes head first. It gives them an appetizer of the excitement to follow over the course of the evening.So where should you put your dining table? Every room is different, so that’s something only you can decide. Here are a couple things to keep in mind, though. First, try to position the table where it has the biggest visual impact. In a dedicated dining room, that’s usually in the middle of the room. That way, you have enough space for a buffet, glass cabinet or console table around the edge of the room, if you want. Also take into account any architectural highlights in the room. Does one wall have a large window with natural lighting? Position the table so it receives plenty of brightness during weekend breakfasts. If your dining room has a stone fireplace, make sure guests can enjoy the view and feel the warmth.If your room size allows, try to add 54 to 60 inches between the table and whatever surface is closest – either other furniture like a buffet table or the wall. That way, you can walk freely behind guests to serve dishes, and they’re able to seat themselves comfortably. If you’re designing a kitchen dining nook, you only need 24 to 30 inches to slide into your seat.Open-concept designs are gorgeous. They give you tons of room to play around with, and the result is relaxing and spacious. To create a soft border between your dining area and living room, use a large rug to unify the space. If possible, pick out an elegant rug that’s large enough to encompass your chairs too. A beautiful chandelier or pendant overhead also differentiates the room from its surroundings.Think outside the rectangle. Sometimes a round table is exactly what you’re looking for. They’re extremely versatile because they look great in almost any part of a room: in a corner, in the center or as a breakfast spot in an easily accessible location. If you have a cozy apartment, for example, a bistro table fits nicely in your bedroom, kitchen or living room, creating its own little dining room within a room.Expandable tables also help in more compact spaces. Go about your daily routine with the table in its customary configuration. Then, when you invite friends over for a party, it’s easy to accommodate up to eight people for the special occasion. At other times, you can accessorize with a vase and flowers to brighten up your apartment even more. Read More


Dining TablesPicking out a new dining table is one of the most exciting experiences for families. That’s because the possibilities are endless. Imagining what your dining space will look like, adding artistic details and bringing them to life is an adventure where the journey is just as much fun as the destination. So whether you’re looking to bring something fresh into an existing dining room layout or want to create a completely new theme for your space, west elm’s distinctive dining tables open up a world of emotion. Look around, get inspired and create your own interior masterpiece. Here are some dining table decor ideas to help.It doesn’t take long to discover that your eyes know what they like. All of our tables have something special that sets them apart from the rest. They’re pure art. Reclaimed wood works in industrial designs and rustic layouts or for adding warmth to a room brimming with your favorite artwork. Use sconces or accent lighting to enhance paintings even more. Or focus on major elegance with marble or glass tabletops.If possible, choosing your dining table before adding other accent pieces is helpful. That’s because the table is what sets the tone for the rest of the dining room. It has a huge impact on the mood. Depending on the table, your room might feel intimate, modern, vintage or exotic. And once you know what table you want, it’s a lot easier to choose accessories that match – or contrast. When guests arrive, your table is where their eyes head first. It gives them an appetizer of the excitement to follow over the course of the evening.So where should you put your dining table? Every room is different, so that’s something only you can decide. Here are a couple things to keep in mind, though. First, try to position the table where it has the biggest visual impact. In a dedicated dining room, that’s usually in the middle of the room. That way, you have enough space for a buffet, glass cabinet or console table around the edge of the room, if you want. Also take into account any architectural highlights in the room. Does one wall have a large window with natural lighting? Position the table so it receives plenty of brightness during weekend breakfasts. If your dining room has a stone fireplace, make sure guests can enjoy the view and feel the warmth.If your room size allows, try to add 54 to 60 inches between the table and whatever surface is closest – either other furniture like a buffet table or the wall. That way, you can walk freely behind guests to serve dishes, and they’re able to seat themselves comfortably. If you’re designing a kitchen dining nook, you only need 24 to 30 inches to slide into your seat.Open-concept designs are gorgeous. They give you tons of room to play around with, and the result is relaxing and spacious. To create a soft border between your dining area and living room, use a large rug to unify the space. If possible, pick out an elegant rug that’s large enough to encompass your chairs too. A beautiful chandelier or pendant overhead also differentiates the room from its surroundings.Think outside the rectangle. Sometimes a round table is exactly what you’re looking for. They’re extremely versatile because they look great in almost any part of a room: in a corner, in the center or as a breakfast spot in an easily accessible location. If you have a cozy apartment, for example, a bistro table fits nicely in your bedroom, kitchen or living room, creating its own little dining room within a room.Expandable tables also help in more compact spaces. Go about your daily routine with the table in its customary configuration. Then, when you invite friends over for a party, it’s easy to accommodate up to eight people for the special occasion. At other times, you can accessorize with a vase and flowers to brighten up your apartment even more.