To stand up to Florida's harsh and changeable weather conditions, a pine trestle-style table is treated with two layers of primer, three layers of car paint and finally two layers of clear coat. Vintage steel chairs cozy up and offer seating for eight.
The trestle-style table in this contemporary country kitchen was built by craftsman Richard Kiusalas of West Barnstable Tables and features a tabletop fashioned from antique pine wainscoting. The original green/gray finish is carefully sanded to reveal the patina of the original wood under the paint.
The back deck of the HGTV Smart Home 2013 located in Jacksonville, FL is accented with a blue pine trestle-style table and rustic metal chairs. The dining table set presents the perfect marriage of modern and vintage-chic garden design. Composite decking in a weathered gray hue creates a neutral canvas underfoot and a built-in grill in the outdoor kitchen area finish the space.
In this cheerful breakfast area, a streamlined trestle-style dining table mingles with white bistro chairs and a chevron-patterned rug. Wall-mounted vases filled with bright blooms add a shot of color for a sassy alternative to traditional artwork.
A "Dolce" capiz shell chandelier by Corbett Lighting hangs above a trestle-style dining table in this transitional, oceanside dining room. A long, upholstered bench and mix of chairs provide diverse and ample seating. Soft gray walls allow blues and green in the art and accessories to pop.
The dining room of HGTV Smart Home 2013 has a coastal yet contemporary feel thanks to the balance of different elements like a bold-patterned rug, an ornate wrought iron chandelier, trestle-style dining table, and celadon-hued fabric upholstered chairs. Doors that lead to the back deck and pool make the room feel more open.
Inspired by the vernacular Florida vacation home, a porch wraps the length of the backyard, providing shade from the intense midday sun. A flat porch roof, clad in 24-gauge metal, replaces the classic sloped roof clad in cedar or cypress shingles. A pine trestle style teal table with vintage steel chairs complete the beach house look.
This beach condo's dining area can easily accommodate six people around its large rustic wood trestle table with comfortable chairs in an eclectic mix of midcentury modern and contemporary styles and materials.
In this dining room, a bench lines one side of the trestle table. It's a fresh approach to seating that keeps the mood casual and friendly. The simple table runner is another nod to the room's laid-back, country style.
Outdoor entertaining is oh-so-luxurious in this relaxed Mediterranean-style patio dining room. A long trestle table makes sure there's always room for one more, while a generous fireplace keeps the setting comfortable no matter the weather.