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.
For a busy family, the pounded steel top of this breakfast nook's trestle table is practically indestructible and will patina with age. Seating is eclectic, comfortable and casual. Bowls mounted on the wall add an unexpected whimsical pop of color.
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.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, what had formerly been a dated and confining kitchen now feels airy, open and elegant. Integrating the bench seat with the island helped save space and creates an enhanced flow between the kitchen and dining area.
Nautical-Inspired Beach Paradise Condo Dining Area
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.
This rustic neutral kitchen is charming with whitewashed exposed beams, a pro-grade gas range and checkerboard floor. A long trestle table, placed in front of the fireplace, provides ample seating for entertaining.