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Casual: Casual dining tables are generally smaller, and designed for use in a kitchen, breakfast nook, or everyday area.

Country / Farmhouse: Most Country and Farmhouse dining tables are made of pine or oak, and the finish is usually washed, rubbed, or painted. Country collections normally have simple lines with little emphasis on decorative details.

Modern / Contemporary: These tables feature very clean, simple lines, angular designs, solid colors, and often have a futuristic look.

Transitional: Transitional Dining tables are a blend of traditional and modern elements that fit in with almost any décor. They feature a simple, angular look and edgy construction materials, such as glass and metal, as well as classical lines and carved wood details.

Traditional: The most classic formal dining room tables are considered traditional. A mixture of rectangular or round, straight and curved lines with carving and decorative details.

Mission / Shaker: Both Mission and Shaker tables have clean and simple designs, featuring rectangular and rarely any ornamentation. Oak is a popular material for these styles.

Rustic / Lodge: Calling to mind images of deep forests and log cabins with their rugged appearance, these tables feature exposed and rough woods, simple lines, with worn, distressed or natural finishes over woods such as pine, ash or cedar.

Coastal / Tropical: Perfect for an island or beach themed dining room. These tables are usually constructed of wicker, rattan, or wood with highlighted wood finishes and hand painted details.

Retro: Reminiscent of old trends and fashion from the 1960s and 1970s and the way furniture was designed at that time, retro dining tables feature chrome accents and curved metal designs.
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