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The best dining sets for your home & how to choose

Melissa is the assignment editor and contributing writer for SheKnows Home and Living. While other little girls were playing dress up with Barbie, Melissa was busy remodeling Barbie's house. She now lives out her dream covering design an...

Dining tables that wow

With so many options on the market, it's easy to get overwhelmed with finding the best dining table for your space. See what designer Taniya Nayak says you should look for when selecting the perfect dining table for your space, and get inspired with a few of our favorites.

Luxe glam dining table from Z Gallerie

Luxe glam

If you're looking for a statement piece to wow friends, check out this mirrored dining table. While the mirrored tabletop might not be practical if you need a durable dining set, it sure is pretty to look at and would make for a glamorous dinner party. (Z Gallerie, $999)

Modern metal from Lampsplus

Modern metal

Go for a minimal contemporary look with this stainless steel, glass-topped dining table. The metal base is a stylish interpretation of an industrial look. (Lamps Plus, $479)

Marble square table from Crate&Barrel

It's hip to be square

Instead of turning to traditional table shapes like rectangular or oval, think outside the box and consider a square table, like this one by Paola Navone. (Crate & Barrel, $2,399) 

tiled table from West Elm

Play with pattern

Don't want to worry about a wood surface? Check out this fabulous tiled table. British designer Lubna Chowdhary created this gorgeous geometric pattern with hand-glazed ceramic tiles. (West Elm, $1,299)

double pedestal dining table from Bassett Furniture

Relaxed traditional

This double pedestal dining table has traditional design elements like carved wood and two-toned decorative details, but is still relaxed for modern families. (Bassett Furniture, $1,379)

x-shaped base table from Pottery Barn

X marks the spot

Rather than relying on carved wood details, the X-shaped base on this round table provides visual interest with the crisscross design. We especially love to see it paired with sea grass chairs for a collected look with texture. (Pottery Barn, $599)

Reclaimed wood

The weathered look of this reclaimed pine table is the perfect spot for no-fuss, casual brunches. Metal bracket details give it an industrial spin. (Pottery Barn, $1,899)

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