Whether you're continuing your mission to create a crisp and simplistic dining room or you're searching for a piece that'll perfectly balance your maximalist style, a minimalist dining table is always a good call. And just to clarify — minimalist does not mean boring. From unique geometric silhouettes to mixed-material pieces, a minimalist dining table comes in all shapes, sizes, colors, and styles. Keep scrolling for our top 20 picks at every price point.
Rectangular Minimalist Dining Tables
This iconic West Elm table is unsurprisingly a best-seller for the brand. Its solid, sturdy base is crafted from thick slabs of wood that will add a natural yet polished look to your dining space. It is the ultimate minimalist wood dining table.
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Leave it to Castlery to craft a solid acacia extendable dining room table starting at just $999. If you love the style but aren't looking for an extendable option, you can score the Seb Dining Table at both 59 and 71 inches long for $649 and $749 respectively.
This ultra-sleek and streamlined industrial-style table from West Elm comes in two lengths and four finishes. It'll add an instant dose of geometric angles to any dining area.
Solid walnut wood plus a transparent tempered glass top equals an unquestionably design-forward table made from extremely high-quality materials.
Oval Minimalist Dining Tables
Sustainably sourced mango wood and graceful lines merge to create this elevated and durable dining table that's sold in both a dark and light wash.
World Market pulls through with this extra-long, high-design piece at a fraction of the price it looks like it would cost.
This large iteration of the Tulip Table was first introduced by Finnish-American architect Eero Saarinen in the mid-1950s. It features a classic pedestal base with either a lacquer or marble oval top.
This beautiful addition to Lulu and Georgia's unique and timeless inventory comes in black, white, and this stunning natural wood stain.
Rustic wood grain juxtaposes the chevron pattern's geometric lines on this modern farmhouse-inspired style.
Round Minimalist Dining Tables
If you're searching for a round glass tabletop, this affordable pedestal dining table is your answer. The wood base can either be accompanied by a smoked glass tabletop, as pictured above, or a clear glass version.
It doesn't get much cooler than this white-wash slab tabletop set on three hardy acacia pillar legs.
The sturdy white stainless steel base and wood top make for a clean and sturdy design. It comes in a huge range of sizes.
Keep it affordable with this minimalist extendable dining table that comfortably seats four people with or without the leaf.
Modern and moody, this Lulu and Georgia exclusive is as good as it gets.
Square Minimalist Dining Tables
This compact and affordable pick mixes warm, slightly weathered oak with powder-coated, industrial-feeling steel.
If you're okay splurging a bit, we are fully in support of this Arabescato marble, ash wood, and iron table. It is based on an original Gianfranco Frattini design from 1985 and will add an instant dose of edge to even the most traditional of homes. It also comes in a walnut-wood-topped version for about $1,500 less.
Save money with this counter-height solid wood table sold in brown, black, and gray.
Mixed materials for the win. Pop this subtle statement piece into your rustic, farmhouse, or coastal cottage home.
The metal hairpin table legs add a little extra something-something to this otherwise simple square dining table. If you'd like the same silhouette in a smaller size, opt for the 42-inch version.