French Louis-Philippe Dining Table

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Previously we talked about my model of a Neoclassical and Victorian-inspired dining room with Georgian china cabinets. Here we will check out the other furniture in the room (in particular the dining table), see real-world examples, and peek at a few to-die-for tables that you can have for your own home.

3D Visualization

I modeled the table below inspired by a Louis-Philippe antique dining table (c. 1840).

3D Model of a dining table

3D Model of a dining table

The turned legs of this walnut dining table is of the French Louis-Philippe style. The Egyptian marble top I added to simulate the top of a British Regency side cabinet (c. 1810).

Here is the table in the context of the formal dining room I modeled previously.

A view of the dining room.

The table in the dining room.

A view of the leg details:

Close-up of the dining table.

Close-up of the dining table.

I visualized an imposing, antique dining table that will last for generations. Wouldn’t it be a daily dose of joy to be dining on a table made with outstanding craftsmanship?

The Beauty of Dining Tables with Turned Legs

These real homes are graced with beautiful dining tables that give the rooms a stately elegance.

The gorgeous formal dining room shown below is in a Connecticut estate. It was designed by CRISP Architects. The mural with Oriental-inspired scenes complement the beautiful, antique mahogany dining room set. See the turned legs on the table? Beautiful!

Silver on the table and a crystal chandelier give this room that additional spark and a feeling of lightness. A lovely balance is achieved between the imposing wooden furniture and white woodwork and trim.

Below is a dining room designed by McCroskey Interiors.

I like how the walls (looks like a brick red grasscloth) add spice to the room. Golds in the curtains, mirror and chandelier add a touch of luxury. The dark-stained dining table with its carved legs reminds me of the British Vernacular variety of furniture.

Get the Look

Here are some lovely dining tables with turned legs.

Hillsdale Furniture Bergamo Dining Weathered Brownton Extension Dining Table

The beautiful Bergamo Dining Weathered Brownton Extension Dining Table features intricately turned legs, indicating the craftsmanship of traditional furniture makers. It has a weathered brown finish, and comfortably seats six.

Ashley Louden Extension Dining Table

With its table leaf storage, the Ashley Louden Rectangular Extension Dining Table will comfortably seat eight. The nearly black finish will complement light-colored walls, rugs or floors.

 Hooker Harbour Pointe Rectangle Leg Dining Table

The Hooker Harbour Pointe Rectangle Leg Dining Table will seat up to 8 guests with leaf extension. Bungalow Finish as shown. This table pairs perfectly with Queen Anne chairs: check it out here.

Buster 72" Espresso Rectangular Turned Leg Dining Table

The Buster Espresso Rectangular Turned Leg Dining Table is crafted of solid birch and finished in a deep espresso. It extends from 72″ to 96″ to accommodate larger parties. It has a solid, timeless look that will look great with different styles of dining room decor.

Carolina Classic Sheridan Dining Table

Affordable and versatile, the Carolina Classic Sheridan Dining Table in Chestnut has turned and fluted legs. It seats up to six people.

Which table do you like best?

Related Links

Queen Anne Style Side Chairs – my 3D viz of a Queen Anne sidechair as well as some gorgeous picks available for the home.
Georgian China Cabinet with Marquetry – my 3D viz of a sumptuous china cabinet, as well as a selection of some beauties up for grabs.
Alcott’s Little Women: The Laurence Dining Room – details on my 3D visualization of the fictional family’s dining room.

External Links to Sources

CRISP Architects – designer of the dining room with mural.
McCroskey Interiors – designer of the dining room with red walls.

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