Rustic Dining Table Company

Rustic Dining Table Company

1. Fairdale, our Farmhouse Hickory Dining Table

Our Fairdale is a gorgeous dining table in Hickory! The solid wood trestle base gives this a farmhouse-style and sturdy table for everyday use.

This table is also available in walnut wood so you can choose the best choice for your taste. This table is available from sizes 42x66 - 48x108 with the option for 2 or 4 leaves. Each leaf adds an additional 12" which makes it great for seating guests!

Shop the table here!

Want to see what else we have? We have a large selection of barnwood, live edge, expandable, farmhouse dining tables:

Live close to PA? Come visit our warehouse/showroom to see all of our rustic furniture first hand!
Phone: 610-652-5066
Address (warehouse & showroom): 2180 Colflesh Rd. Perkiomenville, PA 18074

2. Giant reclaimed wood table build

Dusty builds a giant 12'x4' custom reclaimed wood table with timer frame base.

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3. Custom Farmhouse Dining Table Sold Locally [Industrial Base] | Testimonial

In this video, furniture maker Shel Myeroff, owner of Chagrin Valley Custom Furniture, talks with local customers Matt and Molly from Chagrin Falls, Ohio about the high quality made-to-order extendable farmhouse dining room table that CVCF custom built for them.

In 2016, Shel drove up to Matt and Molly’s home and met a fantastic family of four – Matt, Molly, their two gorgeous young girls, and a cute dog. It was a storybook family and anyone could see that Matt and Molly were in love.

After an initial furniture design consultation, CVCF furniture builders set off to handcraft the rustic, yet modern and simple, farmhouse dining table from 100-year-old reclaimed oak wood beams, sustainably sourced from a barn in Southern Ohio.

The expert CVCF craftsmen at the Cleveland, Ohio workshop, completely customized the farmhouse dining table by adding a sturdy and durable industrial style metal (steel) base. This video shows all the attention to detail, including the welds and the two pullout inserts. The comfortable farmhouse dining table is 128 inches long when fully extended. Now Matt and Molly are living happily ever after with their new beautiful, and very unique, solid wood farmhouse dining table.

Listen to the couple talk about the exceptional customer service they received from CVCF. Find out how they got helpful design ideas from Shel for their custom table. Get their thoughts on the remarkable workmanship provided by CVCF craftspeople.

Because pine is inexpensive, it is frequently used by America artisans to make farmhouse tables (also know as a farm table or harvest table) tops. For the farmhouse table shown in this video, CVCF used more expensive oak barn beams because they will last for generations (they already lasted over 100 years in a barn) and because the cut beams display a more authentic style and absorb wood stains more effectively.

The country living inspired design style of the charming contemporary farmhouse dining table shown in this video, combines clean sleek lines with a cozy and warm farmhouse feel. This homey style of farmhouse furniture and décor certainly has not gone out of style.

Popular farmhouse style furniture made by CVCF typically incorporates versatile traditional aesthetics and industrial components (legs and bases) to convey a fresher character and a more relaxing appeal than rustic furniture and décor.

Truly custom farmhouse furniture and farmhouse dining tables are handcrafted by CVCF in any design style that the client wants. Exact sizes, dimensions, shapes and wood species are specified by the customers. CVCF ships custom built farmhouse tables to homes, restaurants and businesses in all 50 states.

See pictures of the table shown in this video:

Buy a custom table locally (U.S.) near you or online [Prices From $1,500+]:

If you are looking for an "in stock" farmhouse table, rustic farmhouse dining table set or farmhouse kitchen table set, shop online here.

Buy A Farmhouse Table Or Dining Table From Pottery Barn:

Order A Rustic Or Farmhouse Table Online At Wayfair:

Shop Online For A Farmhouse Table, Farmhouse Kitchen Table Or Farmhouse Dining Table at Overstock:,/style,/2021/subcat.html

If you are looking for a used farmhouse dining table, try Facebook Marketplace:

If you want a real 100% custom farmhouse dining room table or farmhouse kitchen table, contact CVCF to order by visiting, calling 440-591-5511 or [email protected].

Find out about custom farmhouse dining tables for sale locally (U.S. only) near you or online:

Pictures of CVCF farmhouse tables on Instagram:
CVCF On Facebook:

Photos of CVCF's farmhouse tables on Pinterest:

It is worth taking a look at some cool custom epoxy resin river dining tables, kitchen islands and conference tables sold by CVCF on Etsy:

CVCF creates authentic one-of-a-kind farmhouse tables and a customer experience unlike any other in the furniture industry. Commissioning a farmhouse table from CVCF is fun and rewarding, start to finish. From the table design to the creation, CVCF invite their clients to “get involved". CVCF always strives to exceed customer expectations.

4. Avon: The Farmhouse Dining Table made of Barnwood

The Avon Dining Table is the ultimate blend of a rustic farmhouse dining room! Amish Handcrafted with solid Reclaimed Barnwood and a white painted trestle base. Available in Natural and Provincial Stains.

This table is perfect for families of all sizes! From 42x60 to 48x144, and the option to add 2 breadboard extensions (adds 18" each to make the table longere!). That way, you can expand it for dinner parties so everyone can gather around the table comfortably.

Learn more about the Avon Walnut Dining Table here:

Want to see what other dining tables we offer? Browse our collection reclaimed barnwood dining tables here.

Live close to PA? Come visit our warehouse/showroom to see our farmhouse style furniture first hand, like our Avon!
Phone: 610-652-5066
Address (warehouse & showroom): 2180 Colflesh Rd. Perkiomenville, PA 18074

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5. Farmhouse Table Frame Build (Farmhouse Table Series 1 of 5) with Carolina Leg Company table legs

Here's video 1 of 5 of this farmhouse style dining table! Be sure to subscribe so you don't miss out on the other upcoming videos of this series!

Video 1 of 5 (this video):
Video 2 of 5:
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Video 5 of 5:

**Tools used in this video** (amazon affiliate)
Kreg K4 Jig:
Dewalt drills:
Dewalt miter saw:
Dewalt router:
Rockler Router Table lift:
Carolina Leg Co Dining Table Legs:
Speed square:
Jorgensen clamps:
Jorgensen 6” clamps:
Irwin 24” clamps:
Irwin 36” clamps:

Irwin 48” clamps:
PONY ¾” pipe clamp:
Diablo fine tooth miter saw blade:
SKIL 30 piece router bit set:
Freud 9/16” slot cutter router bit:
Festool Rotex 150 FEQ Sander:
Festool CTA 48 Dust Extractor:
Festool Router:
Breath buddy mask:

3M hearing protection:
Bolle ski goggles (safety glasses)
GoPro Hero 8 Black:
Camera tripod:

Legs: From Carolina leg company (see link above)
2x4x8 (x4)
2", 3", 4" screws
Wood glue

Cut list/dimensions: (everything is from a 2x4)
*** Build the frame piece by piece, DO NOT PRECUT everything to length first. Measure YOUR own materials/requirements as your dimensions may slightly differ***
Legs - ready to go out of the box, do not modify
Long apron: 62.5" (x2)
Short apron: 31.5" (x2)
Inside support braces: 34 11/16" (or very close)

This was filmed with a GoPro Hero 8 Black and edited in iMovie.

Thanks for watching! Don't forget to like, share, and subscribe. Find me on Instagram (MMCC_Woodshop) for more of my work!

**DISCLAIMER** The following content is for entertainment purposes only. Woodworking and using power tools can be extremely dangerous if not done properly. YOU (the viewer) are fully responsible for understanding proper use of tools, as well as the safety features of each. I highly suggest reading the owners manual and/or watching how-to videos on the tools. I (MMCC_Woodshop) am not responsible nor liable for any injury, death, or handing of the tools you may use, nor do I assume to display the proper handing of as a demonstration. Please use extreme caution when working with any power tools. - Matt

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6. DIY Rustic Farmhouse Dining Table

I had a blast helping my sister in law build this dining table for her new home. Minimal tools, 5-6 hrs, and less than $200. I can't wait to see the finished table with stain. I hope you enjoy the video!


"Free DIY Furniture Plans to Build a Restoration Hardware Inspired Provence Beam Dining with 4x4's - The Design Confidential" Tools to start your remodeling journey!

Beginner Tools:
DEWALT Cordless Drill Combo Kit
DEWALT Screwdriver Bit Set
DEWALT Circular Saw
Kreg Pocket-Hole Jig
Kreg Pocket Hole Screw Outdoor Project Kit
Kreg Zinc Pocket Screws

More advanced Tools that I love and Use:
Kreg Foreman Pocket Hole Machine
RIDGID Table Saw
DEWALT Sliding Compound Miter Saw
Ridgid Trim Router
DEWALT Thickness Planer
BOSTITCH Air Compressor Combo Kit,

7. Introducing the Hampton - the Rustic Round Dining Table

The Hampton Dining Table is the ultimate blend of a rustic industrial dining room table! This round dining table is Amish handcrafted with solid Reclaimed Barnwood, solid barnwood trestle base, and steel supports. Available in Natural and Provincial Stains.

This table is available from 42" diameter to 60", and the option to add 2 leaf extensions (adds 12" each to make the table longer!). That way, you can expand it for dinner parties so everyone can gather around the table comfortably.

Learn more about the Avon Walnut Dining Table here:

Want to see what other dining tables we offer? Browse our collection reclaimed barnwood dining tables here.

Live close to PA? Come visit our warehouse/showroom to see all of our solid wood furniture first hand! We offer dining furniture, living room furniture, and more. American made, heirloom quality. We hope to see you soon! Give us a call!
Phone: 610-652-5066
Address (warehouse & showroom): 2180 Colflesh Rd. Perkiomenville, PA 18074

#handcrafted #rusticfurniture #diningroomdesign #diningroomfurnituure #americanmade #barnwood #amishfurniture #reclaimedbarnwood #solidwoodfurniture #solidwood #farmhouse #farmhousedesign

8. Building A Solid Oak Farmhouse Dining Table

My parents have been complaining about their old Pine table for years but didn't think they could afford something nicer and recently talked about getting at least a nice top made for their existing table. I said I could probably make the top and then said I might as well remake the base too and they could sell their current table as a whole table!

This is the first really big piece of furniture I've ever made so it was quite scary! I've never made a tabletop that big (and it was so much work I will not be jumping into doing it again anytime soon haha) and I've never turned legs before! I don't have a skew or the skills to knock a table leg out in 5 minutes flat but I took my time with gouges and a scrapers and with a lot of sanding I managed to get a consistent set of legs that I really like the look of. It doesn't matter if they're not perfect as we were going for a rustic farmhouse table look!

I've also never made dovetail joints before and had a go at half blind dovetails for the front of the drawer, it was really tricky but I managed to make a passable dovetail joint (with the help of some sawdust and glue) I didn't film that as I wanted to focus!

I used osmo polyx hardwax oil as the finish.

It was a lot more work than I thought it would be but I'm really happy with the result and have been enjoying eating at it. I have a whole new level of respect for furniture builders now.

9. How-to make a Rustic Cedar Farmhouse Dining Table

Jeremy from @jericho_home and Stephen from @thewoodpastor stop by our shop and show us how to make this rustic farmhouse table!

Use a jointer and planer to cut and level your cedar.
Glue up your boards, using wood glue and clamps also create Farmhouse legs using a miter saw.
Sanding the entire table, using both power tools and hand sanding tools.
Use an age accelerating finish to complete the farmhouse look!

DIY Plans/Cut List on our website!

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10. Farmhouse Dining Table design by: Ana White, but with a removable top (Z clips and wood inserts)

Hey Everyone!

Welcome back to my channel! As most of you know, I have been talking about building a table for my dining room. I wanted to do this right and keep it as simple as possible,, so I went online and found plans from (link below) The design was definitely what I was looking for in a table. Simple, rustic and "easy" to make.

In this video, I show you how I built this table and the changes I made along the way. Ana Whites plans are great, but I wanted to be able to remove the top of the table if we ever moved again. So I reached out to one of my wood working friends, Matt @mmcc_woodshop6288 and he was able to give me some tips on how to accomplish this task. I highly recommend that if you want to see a real wood worker, go over to Matt's channel and check out all of his awesome builds.

Things not mentioned in the instructions:

With any wood you get from a box store, you are going to have to do some prep work. You will encounter issues with your wood that is not shown or talked about in the instructions. If you are anything like me, you do not have a large, flat, leveled surface to work on. Or have an extra pair of hands. Clamps are your friends. use them. and even though you are going to glue and use pocket hole screws for this table top. I highly recommend that you make sure all of your wood is flush and the joints are secured. So do your glue up. Clamp your project and allow to dry before you secure it with screws. You want to make sure your boards will sit flush with the next board. Having a planer and a joiner is HIGHLY recommended. You can't buy wood off the shelf and build this. These are things not mentioned in the instructions. You will have to make adjustments as you go. Cutting off excess wood to make everything even. If you do not have access to untreated 4x4s, you are going to have to make your own like I did. I also highly recommend that you look up this process on whatever video platform you are using. I have never done this before and even though it worked, I want to make sure you do it the right way. not my way. Lastly, dowels. USE THEM! They make a real difference and looks SOOO much better than just seeing screws.

So with that said, I really hope you enjoy this build. Links below to things I uses to make this table. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. I hope everyone has a fantastic day and Happy Thanksgiving! See you in December!

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11. How to build a rustic dining table for under $200! (4x4 Truss Beam Table)

Hey guys! Welcome to the 4x4 Truss Beam Table. I hope you enjoy and get the courage to try the build out yourself someday.

Check out Ana White's build here:

Here is the cut list directly from Ana's website:
2 - 4x4 @ 35"

4 - 4x4 @ 25 3/8" (both ends cut at 10 degrees off square, long point to short point, ends ARE parallel)

2 - 4x4 @ 28 1/4" (both ends cut at 10 degrees off square, long point to long point, ends are NOT parallel)

2 - 4x4 @ 65"

2 - 4x4 @ 26 1/8" (both ends cut at 45 degrees off square, long point to long point, ends ARE parallel)

2 - 2x4 @ 65"

4 - 2x10 @ 68 1/2" (tabletop boards)

2 - 2x10 @ approx 37" (cut breadboard ends to fit)

I am not currently affiliated with anyone and the below links are just to share what I used in the build. That means no one is paying me to review anything!

Here is a list of links to what I used in the video:

Everything I used minus the wood:

1. Milwaukee 3 Amp 1/4 Sheet Corded Palm Sander -
2. Dewalt 15 Amp Corded 12in. Double Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw -
3. Milwaukee Drill -
4.Swanson Speed Square with Level 8" -
5. Husky 6 in. Medium Trigger Clamps (4-Piece) -
6. Extended T-25 Torx bit -
7. Kreg K4 pocket hole system -
8. Milwaukee bit set -
9. RIGID12 gal 5.0 HP Shop Vac -
10. Harbor Freight 25ft tape measure -
11. Husky 10-piece file set -
12. Harbor Freight 24 in. level -
13. Harbor Freight 72 in. level -

1. Kreg #8 x 2-1/2 in. Square Drive Round Head Blue Kote Coarse Pocket-Hole Screw (125-Pack) -
2. GripRite #9 - 3 in. T-25 screws -
3. FastenMaster HeadLok 4-1/2 in. Screws (50 pack) -

1. Work Gloves -
2. TaoTronics Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Headphones -
3. NASUM M101 respirator -

Accent pieces
1. Everbilt corner braces 3in. black -

Finishing Materials
1. Varathane Provincial Stain -
2. Varathane Water-based Polyurethane in Matte Finish -

If I forgot anything, feel free to let me know in the comments and I will track it down. I figured pencils and other household items you already have, so those are not listed.

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13. Hawthorne Rustic Farmhouse Table, Cherry Wood, Extendable, Dining, American Made, Rustic Red Door Co

Live close to PA? Come visit our warehouse/showroom to see all of our rustic furniture first hand!
Phone: 610-652-5066
Address (warehouse & showroom): 2180 Colflesh Rd. Perkiomenville, PA 18074

14. DIY Farmhouse Dining Table w/ Epoxy Inlays Using Reclaimed Barnwood

This week I show you how to build a DIY farmhouse dining table using reclaimed barn wood lumber, featuring epoxy inlays. My friends asked me to build them a Parsons style table, and I came up with the idea to use reclaimed lumber, and pour pigmented epoxy into the voids. Let me know what you think about this DIY farmhouse table. Thanks!

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15. rustic dining table

Rustic Dining Table Selection from

We sell a range of rustic dining tables, all made from single pieces of high grade solid oak. We make every table individually so you can choose the perfect size, and perfect style table for your space.

Choose one of our stainless steel base designs, or opt for a more traditional farmhouse dining table with chunky oak legs.

If you're looking for a rustic dining table, you may like our live-edge table top option. We do offer a straight edge version too. For both options you can choose either a 52mm thick top, or a chunky 65mm thick top.

Our rustic dining tables are built to last for a lifetime so this is the only table you will ever need.

Large Rustic Oak Dining Table

To see more large rustic oak dining tables, visit, where you’ll find more pictures of our Komodo steel base dining table.

Rustic Oak Farmhouse Dining Table

Our farmhouse dining table has 4 chunky 100mm thick oak legs, and is available with either a straight edge oak table top, or live-edge oak table top, in 52mm or 65mm thickness.

You can see more pics here:

Rustic Dining Table & Chairs

We sell a range of chairs that have been carefully selected to fit with our wooden dining tables.

You can see them on our Modern Dining Chairs page.

We offer a colour matching service for all our chairs, so we can match up the wood colour with your table top, or maybe you have a feature wall in your room and you’d like matching colour chairs. That’s no problem either.

Rustic Dining Table with Bench

If you're looking for a matching table and bench set, we can make your bench out of the same tree that your table top is made out of, so they'll match up beautifully.

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