A round outdoor table is forgiving if you need to pull up one more chair. And you probably will after your friends find out you’re grilling chicken on the barbecue.
Here’s a roundup of our ten favorite round wood dining tables designed to seat four … or more:
Above: Munder Skiles’ collection of custom garden furniture includes 145 graceful designs in both wood and metal, in styles that range from historical to modern. The company’s showroom is located an hour’s drive north of New York City. For pricing, contact Munder Skiles.
Above: The Regatta Round Drop-Leaf Table is made of FSC-certified plantation teak; on sale for $1,169 (down from $1,299) at Crate and Barrel.
Above: The Dexter Dining Table, which expands into an oval to seat six, is made from sustainably harvested wood; $499 at West Elm.
Above: The substantial teak Windsor Circular Dining Table is made by British company Barlow Tyrie and seats six to eight; $1,749 at Didrik’s.
Above: A Protected Teak Round Table has a 5-foot diameter and is $2,898 from Terrain.
Above: The Barkley Table seats from eight to ten; it’s £1,2000 at Tectona.
Above: Designed to seat four, a round Longstock Teak Table has a hole in the center for an umbrella and is €399 from John Lewis.
Above: The Leagrave Round Dining Table in teak comes in two sizes with diameters of 54 or 72 inches and is available for from $1,695 to $2,995 depending on size at Restoration Hardware.
Above: The Mariposa Dining Table, by San Francisco designer Ted Boerner for Henry Hall Designs, is made of sustainably harvested teak and comes in two sizes; available to the trade.
Above: A Round Elephant Beer Garden Table made of galvanized strip steel and oiled robinia wood has plastic feet and is €419 from Manufactum.
This is an update of a post originally published March 29, 2012.