Left: Los Angeles Home by Jeremiah Brent and Nate Berkus. Right: Copenhagen home by Pernille Teisbaek and Philip Lotko.

Elevate your dining room with these striking, sculptural tables

Nowadays, a table is more than just a functional piece of furniture, acting as a centrepiece for those who love to host. A number of new tables are being rendered in a variety of exquisite materials — two to take note of are the ever-trustworthy timber and sleek marble. The latter is moving out of the kitchen and into the dining room, its undulating veins and tonal varieties bringing depth and intrigue to a typically simple, utilitarian space. Destined to be the darling of any dinner party, read on to discover the structures we have our eyes on — whether you prefer a minimalist, grand, or industrial feel for your space.

Marble table by Patricia Urquiola for Molteni&C. from Dawson & Co.

Sengu Table by Patricia Urquiola for Cassina from Matisse

Linha dining table by Marcio Kogan / Studio MK27 Design for Minotti from ECC

Mondrian dining table by Jean Marie Massaud for Poliform from Studio Italia

Intervalle dining table by Guillaume Delvigne for Ligne Roset

Clessidra table by Paolo Vernier for MIDJ from Sarsfield Brooke
Trace table from Tim Webber Design

Calvin dining table by Kelly Hoppen from Frobisher

Tobi-Ishi Timber Table by Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby for B&B Italia from Matisse


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