News flash: It’s officially sweater weather. Spending more time indoors this winter means spending more time together.
While we love snacking on the couch (no shame in the Netflix dinner game!), nothing beats coming together around the dining table and making intentional time for one another. Below, we’ve broken down several of our favorite dining table styles to bring fresh energy and functionality into your dining room. And remember, we can customize every single detail to design the perfect dining table for you.
Also, speaking of cozy and toasty, our team’s favorite 100% homemade hot chocolate recipe is at the bottom of the post. Whip up a batch, gather around your new dining table, and enjoy!
Opt for easy elegance with our Danu Dining Table. Featuring Danish-inspired design and a spacious, hand-carved table top, Danu is a subdued show stopper ideal for entertaining (and playing!).
A quirky crowd pleaser, Stu balances intrigue and effortlessness with sculptural legs and a classic beveled edge table top. It’s a wonderful fit for bringing accessible minimalist design into your home.
If your dining table also needs to double as a work from home setup without sacrificing style, Plyned is an easy choice. Made from solid bamboo with triangle-carved legs, it’s equal parts industrial and chic and will inspire you to #GetItDone and have fun.
Small Space Simplicity
Just because your dining room is on the smaller side doesn’t mean it can’t feel intentional and elevated. If a traditional rectangular shape is hard-pressed to fit in your space, opt for round, square, and extendable designs (we offer a variety of all three!).
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The Ultimate Hot Chocolate
1 cup milk of choice
1 Tbsp unsweetened, natural cocoa powder
2 Tbsp semi-sweet chocolate (finely chopped from a bar, or chips work great)
1-2 Tbsp raw sugar
Pinch of sea salt
1/8 tsp vanilla extract (optional)
Whipped cream for topping (optional, but very much recommended)
Add milk to a saucepan over medium heat.
Once milk is warm, whisk in cocoa powder, chocolate, sugar, and salt.
Continue heating until hot and just beginning to steam. Stir in extract.
Remove from heat, top with whipped cream.