– Tulip Table. On Shelter Island in New York, architect Cary Tamarkin and designer Suzanne Shaker created the perfect modern beach house. In the dining area, a Saarinen tulip table is surrounded by Hans Wegner chairs, which add a sculptural element to the clean-lined space.
– Pedestal Table. Architect Heidi Stôrmer designed a breakfast room also featuring Eero Saarinen’s dining table.
– Saarinen Table. The curves of the iconic Saarinen table counter the straight lines in the first apartment of design blogger Sarah Rose.
– Wooden table. Designed by Myra Hoefer Design, this dining room features a table by Astier de Villatte. The grain of the wood echoes the rustic beams overhead.
– Carved table. Pale gray armchairs offer an elegant neutral counterpoint to Hickory Chair’s detailed Gustav table.”The breakfast room is definitely a morning room,” designer Michael Smith says of this traditional Upper East Side home. It’s light and airy, with gorgeous views.
– Extendable dining table. Don’t overlook table leaves! In a 1920s home, same Gustav table occupies the powder blue breakfast room but extends to seat six for dinners.
– Bar table. It’s the perfect option for those short on space, as the tall table takes up minimal space. Take your morning coffee with a view at a table
– Yellow table. A bright yellow wall and an even brighter citron table from HB Home brought a 1940s kitchen to life.
– ELM table. A rectangular elm table from Hammertown offers plenty of room for guests in a Connecticut house decorated by Dana Simpson and Joan Osofsky.
– Clear-legged table. Transparent elements help maximize light, creating a spacious feel. Balanced on Plexiglas cylinders, the breakfast table from Oomph appears to float.
– Cafe Table. Inspired by French cafés, designer Stephen Shubel designed zinc-top tables for the breakfast room
Have you found your favorite modern kitchen tables? Choose the one that suitable for your kitchen space and theme!