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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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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