For our dining room tables, any one of them can be customized! But that doesn't mean you're bound to only customize what you see on our website. If you have an idea of a table you want, we can build it. From farmhouse trestle base tables to a rustic live edge table, you can have the exact piece that you know will complete your home!
At Rustic Red Door, we believe that home is the place to make memories that last forever. That's why all of our materials are sourced in America, and our American woodworkers handcraft it to our high standards. Our custom dining tables are an investment of fine furniture that is always built to heirloom quality.
Plus, you can even get a customized buffet, chairs and home decor to complete the dining set. That way you can have a custom dining room filled with furniture that shows your style while creating an environment for your friends and family to gather.
Here, you can select the table shape, size, and material, as well as choose from many finish options. Whether you want a handcrafted Cherry dining table or a rustic barnwood table with extensions, we can help. Browse around and shop.
FAQs About Custom Dining
How Much Does a Custom-Made Dining Table Cost?
We can't give an exact cost for a custom table. It all depends on the wood type, materials, style, and size. You can get a custom made table quote here.
How to Choose the Right Dining Table?
There are a few things to consider when choosing the best dining table for your family: the size of the dining room, how many people you want to seat, and if you want extensions or leaves. You can learn more about our dining room guidelines so you can figure out what's best for your family.
What Is the Best Material for a Dining Table?
A favorite material for a dining table is Oak which has a Janka rating between 1290-1360. Reclaimed wood (or Reclaimed Oak Barnwood) is also a great choice due to the aging process that makes the wood harder. You can read more about our wood options here.
Which Shape Dining Table Is Best?
It depends on the size of your dining room and how many people you want to seat. You can have a round table, square table, or rectangular table with the option for extensions or leaves.
What Is the Most Durable Tabletop?
If you're looking for strength, Hickory wood has the highest Janka rating. However, all of our tables crafted at Rustic Red Door are made to be heirloom quality. So whether you choose Hickory, Oak, Barnwood, Maple, or another type of wood, you'll be confident to know that we select quality wood and craftsmen so you can have your forever dining table. Regardless, taking care of your table to keep it in top shape is essential if you want to be able to pass it down to your future generations. You can read more about caring for your table on our FAQ page.
Which Dining Table Is Better, Wood or Glass?
Though glass is strong, it's not as resistant as wood. Glass is a lot more fragile (meaning it's more breakable), which is why we recommend solid wood dining tables.
Which Table Models Are Available at Rustic Red Door?
All of the tables you see on our site can be customized. Even if you don't see the table you've been dreaming about, we have a fantastic team of furniture designers and wood craftsmen to help you create one you'll love. Customize the size, wood type, epoxy color (if applicable), base or legs, and more.
What Table Leg Styles Are Available at Rustic Red Door?
We offer a few different base and leg styles. For steel, we offer a square base, golden gate base, twisted knuckle, steel with timber, and others. For wood, we have a pedestal, trestle, "X" shaped, legs with turnbuckles, and more. However, more styles can be customized! You can check out our dining table gallery to get inspiration from our customers' table designs. You can also schedule a design consultation and our furniture designers can answer all of your questions!
Which Table Size Is Suitable for How Many People?
It all depends. Here's a quick breakdown:
Round Table Seating Capacity
Square Table Seating Capacity
Rectangle Table Seating Capacity
2-4 People: 3 Feet
2-4 People: 3 Feet
||4 People: 42 inches wide x 48 inches long|
4-6 People: 4 Feet
4-6 People: 4 Feet
4-6 people: 42 inches wide x 60 inches long
6-8 People: 5 Feet
6-8 People: 4.5 Feet
6-8 people: 42 inches wide x 78 inches long
8-12 People: 6 Feet
10-12 People: 6 Feet
If you want more info, please read our dining table guide.
Custom American-Made Furniture
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