5 Unique Luxury Dining Tables Full of Flavor

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Haute Residence presents a roundup of one-of-a-kind luxury dining tables available for purchase, from a fantastical piece that seems to have been scraped off the pages of a tea party in Wonderland, to a striking contemporary that showcases a geometric web of copper-plated steel.

#1: Colorful and Checked

Designed by MacKenzie-Childs, this harlequin parquet-patterned trestle table—priced at $9,200—will add a bit of whimsy to any dining space. The playful piece is handcrafted of sustainable Gmelina wood, and is accented by antiqued-brass nailhead trim.

Mackenzie Childs Aurora Table

Its hand-formed intricate ceramic detailing is quadruple-fired with gold, copper, and platinum lusters, while its hand-carved legs are painstakingly hand-painted by artisans in Aurora.

#2: Urbane Iron

Exclusive to Neiman Marcus, the Stockard dining table is a statement piece boasting an old-fashioned sophistication.

Stockard Table

The dining table—available for $3,069—is an antique reproduction featuring a glass top resting on an up-cycled iron trestle base accented with scroll and letter detailing.

#3: Mirrored White and Gold

Part of Massoud‘s John-Richard collection, the Eliza dining table—which retails for $3,149—is handcrafted of acacia wood and wood composite. Its base is topped with an antiqued mirror top and apron rail, with mosaic tiles on the rail ends. A hand-painted Parisian-silver finish coats its moldings.

Massoud Eliza Dining Table

#4: Rustic Sawhorse

Priced at $13,005, this rustic piece by Ralph Lauren exudes an effortless industrial-chic vibe.



The modern table is designed with a sawhorse-style trestle base with an aged finish, topped with tempered class.

#5: Spun Copper

Designed by Tom Dixon, this skeletal dining table—priced at $8,400—is part of the British designer’s Pylon collection, created as a structural research project inspired by the architecture of bridges and towers.

1404169-tom-dixon-pylon-dining-table-a The Poland-made piece showcases a layer of smoked glass resting atop a seemingly fragile—yet actually sturdy—and intricate, geometric frame made of copper-plated steel rods.

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