Posted on June 25, 2018
With time and with the rise of the urban culture, the earlier rustic forms of the farm tables started evolving too. The roughly cut air dried boards of the tables were soon replaced with kiln dried lumber. Paints and varnishes were used to give these an air of sophistication with embellished hardwood polished to perfection. The once very rustic farm tables evolved with added sophistication and style.
Several kinds of wood were used in the making of the farmhouse tables. The colours vary depending on the choice of wood. From the dark and formal appearance of time aged oak or chestnut to the lighter tones of pine and beautiful grain patterns of elm and walnut. The options vary yet all are appealing.
Here at Antique tables you will find all possible variations. From tables meant for 8 people to those meant for 16 to 20, we have various sizes available in various woods including oak, elm, cherry and chestnut. You also have the extending farmhouse table versions available for some added flexibility.
These tables when incorporated in the contemporary homes bring in a country appeal that is warm and welcoming. Browse through our website to have a look at the various different versions of the antique farmhouse tables such as this Thick top burr elm rustic farmhouse table with glorious patination. Wonderful movement in the 4 plank thick top. The table sits on four square legs supported by a centre stretcher.
H: 30in (76.2cm)
W: 29in (73.7cm)
L: 79.5in (201.9cm)