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Ernsting's family, Coesfeld

Heinze Objekte - Mo, 03.08.2020 - 01:00
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Wohnanlage Moja Malta, Posen (Polen)

Heinze Objekte - Mo, 03.08.2020 - 01:00
 Premium-Architektur am Millenniumspark in Posen
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Product Of The Week: The Giraffe Measuring Tape

Interior Design Ideas - So, 02.08.2020 - 17:45

It is not everyday that you can meet the tall order of making something as mundane as a measuring tape interesting. But the folks at OTOTO seems to have managed just that with the cute and beautiful Giraffe measuring tape.


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Effizienter als gedacht: Altbau-Wärmepumpen brillieren im Fraunhofer-Feldtest

Energie Experten - So, 02.08.2020 - 17:06

In neuen Häusern sorgen Wärmepumpen effizient und damit ökologisch für Wärme. Ob Wärmepumpen auch im typisch deutschen Altbau genügend Wärme liefern und Kohlendioxid-Emissionen einsparen, dazu lagen lange keine systematisch ermittelten Erkenntnisse vor. Mit der Ungewissheit ist nun Schluss.

Wärmepumpen im Altbau erreichen JAZ von bis zu 4,7

Das Fraunhofer ISE konnte 41 Wärmepumpen mit gleichem Auswertzeitraum und einheitlicher Bilanzgrenze auswerten. Für den Zeitraum Juli 2018 bis Juni 2019 hat das Fraunhofer-Institut 29 Außenluft-Luft/Wasser-Wärmepumpen zur Raumheizung und Trinkwassererwärmung analysiert. Die Anlagen erreichten Jahresarbeitszahlen (JAZ) von 2,5 bis 3,8. Der Mittelwert der Wärmepumpen-JAZ lag bei 3,1. Zwei Ausreißer mit besonders guten JAZ wurden bei der Berechnung nicht berücksichtigt.

Bei den zwölf untersuchten Erdwärmeheizungen ermittelten die Forscherinnen und Forscher JAZ zwischen 3,3 und 4,7 bei einem Mittelwert von 4,1. Bei den Erdwärmepumpen wurde ein negativer Ausreißer nicht berücksichtigt.

„Die Wärmepumpen in unserem Forschungsprojekt liefern die gewünschte Wärme zuverlässig, es gab kaum Betriebsstörungen“, sagt Dr. Marek Miara, Koordinator Wärmepumpen am Fraunhofer ISE. „Offensichtliche Fehler bei der Installation oder Parametrierung der Regler traten im Vergleich zu früheren Feldtests deutlich seltener auf. Dies ist auch auf den Zuwachs von Know-how bei Herstellern und Installateuren in den letzten zehn bis 15 Jahren zurückzuführen.“

Wärmepumpen im Altbau deutlich klimafreundlicher als fossile Heizungen

Die untersuchten Wärmepumpen funktionieren nicht nur einwandfrei im Altbau, sondern sind auch noch deutlich klimafreundlicher als fossile Heizungen. Im Jahr 2018 lagen die auf Basis der Messungen errechneten Kohlendioxid-Emissionen der vermessenen Außenluft-Wärmepumpen um 19 bis 47 Prozent niedriger als dies bei Wärmeversorgung der gleichen Gebäude mit Gas-Brennwertheizungen der Fall gewesen wäre. Bei den Erdreich-Wärmepumpen lagen die entsprechenden Werte sogar bei 39 bis 57 Prozent.

Und durch den weiteren Zubau von Windkraft und Photovoltaik werden sich die CO2-Kennwerte für den Strom weiter verbessern, so dass die CO2-Emissionen weiter sinken werden. Infolgedessen sind selbst bei einem pessimistischen Ökostromausbauszenario auch durch Wärmepumpen im Altbau mittelfristig Einsparungen von mehr als 50 Prozent zu erwarten, so die Forscher des Fraunhofer ISE.

Viele überschätzen die im Altbau nötigen Vorlauftemperaturen

Die maximal zur Raumheizung erforderlichen Vorlauftemperaturen lagen für die 27 Außenluft-Wärmepumpen im Mittel bei knapp 44 Grad Celsius, bei den elf Erdreich-Wärmepumpen waren es etwas über 45 Grad Celsius (jeweils ohne Ausreißer).

„Im Bestandsgebäudebereich werden oft die erforderlichen Heizkreistemperaturen im Normauslegungspunkt diskutiert, also die Heizkreistemperaturen bei sehr geringen Außentemperaturen um minus zwölf bis minus 16 Grad Celsius“, so Miara. So bitterkalte Tage treten jedoch nur äußerst selten auf.

„Ausschlaggebend für die Effizienz sind daher vor allem die erforderlichen Temperaturen, wenn am meisten geheizt wird, also bei Temperaturen knapp über null Grad Celsius“, erklärt der Wärmepumpen-Experte. „Die seltenen Extreme fallen daher in der Jahresbilanz kaum ins Gewicht.“

Stromverbrauch des Heizstabes ist im Altbau nicht relevant

Die Energieverbräuche der Elektroheizstäbe, die bei besonders kalten Temperaturen die Wärmepumpe unterstützen, spielen bei den vermessenen Anlagen eine untergeordnete Rolle. Bezogen auf alle mit Elektroheizstab ausgestatteten Außenluft-Wärmepumpen (24 von 29) betrug der Anteil der Heizstabsarbeit 1,9 Prozent.

Ein relevanter Heizstabbetrieb wurde lediglich infolge falscher Parametrierung, bei Defekten oder infolge von Legionellenvermeidung gemessen. Bei den Erdreich-Wärmepumpen nahmen nur zwei von zwölf Anlagen die Heizstäbe überhaupt in Betrieb.

Altbau-Wärmepumpen funktionieren auch mit Heizkörpern effizient

Nichtsdestotrotz: Die Nutzung von Wärmepumpen im Altbau ist kein Selbstläufer. „Ein erfolgreicher Betrieb hängt nicht nur von der Qualität und Effizienz der Wärmepumpe ab, sondern vor allem auch von äußeren Faktoren“, betont Miara. „Dazu gehört vor allem das energetische Niveau des Gebäudes und das installierte Wärmeübergabesystem.“

Das Alter des Gebäudes ist nach den im Projekt erhobenen Daten nicht relevant. Auch ein Umstieg auf Flächenheizsysteme ist nicht zwangsläufig erforderlich, da die Ergebnisse zeigen, dass auch Heizkörper mit Wärmepumpen mit vergleichsweise geringen Temperaturen betrieben werden können. Auf dem Markt werden inzwischen Niedertemperatur-Heizkörper angeboten, die bei gleichem Platzbedarf wesentlich geringere Heizkreistemperaturen benötigen.

„Der Gesamterfolg hängt von einer guten Planung und sorgfältigen Installation ab“, resümiert Miara. Heizungsinstallateuren und Planern komme daher eine zentrale Rolle zu, so der Forscher.

Die im Projekt untersuchten Altbauten waren zwischen 15 und 170 Jahre alt. Die vor der ersten Wärmeschutzverordnung 1979 errichteten Gebäude wurden in unterschiedlichem Ausmaß saniert, während die eher seltenen Sanierungsmaßnahmen bei den jüngeren Gebäuden kaum Einfluss auf die energetische Qualität der Gebäudehülle hatten. Der witterungsbereinigte spezifische Heizwärmeverbrauch aller Gebäude reicht von 50 Kilowattstunden pro Quadratmeter und Jahr (kWh/m2*a) bis 250 kWh/m2*a.

Experimenta Building in Heilbronn / Sauerbruch Hutton

ArchDaily - Sa, 01.08.2020 - 16:00
© Jan Bitter
  • architects: Sauerbruch Hutton
  • Location: Heilbronn, Germany
  • Project Year: 2019
  • Photographs: Jan Bitter
  • Area: 17720.0 m2

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KLEO Art Residences / JGMA

ArchDaily - Sa, 01.08.2020 - 14:00
© Lee Bey
  • architects: JGMA
  • Location: 5504 S Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60615, United States
  • Project Year: 2019
  • Photographs: Lee Bey
  • Photographs: JGMA / Maria Monteagudo
  • Photographs: Mark Ballogg
  • Area: 70000.0 ft2

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Jungfernsee Elementary School / SEHW Architektur

ArchDaily - Sa, 01.08.2020 - 12:00
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ArchDaily's Best Articles about Wood

ArchDaily - Sa, 01.08.2020 - 10:35
© Ema Peter

ArchDaily has created a list of best articles, news and projects that address everything you need to know about wood.

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Kistemaecker Renovation / Poot architectuur

ArchDaily - Sa, 01.08.2020 - 08:00
Courtesy of Poot Architectuur
  • architects: Poot architectuur
  • Location: Borgerhout, Antwerp, Belgium
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Courtesy of Poot Architectuur
  • Area: 150.0 m2

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House HOEV / STAM architecten

ArchDaily - Sa, 01.08.2020 - 05:00
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Lugu Lake Pavilion Boutique Hotel / Atelierba

ArchDaily - Sa, 01.08.2020 - 02:00
© Jorge Gonzalez
  • architects: Atelierba
  • Location: Lugu Lake, Yunnan, China
  • Project Year: 2019
  • Photographs: Jorge Gonzalez
  • Area: 975.0 m2

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Amphitheater Style Lakeside Home with Sloping Courtyard Design

Interior Design Ideas - Fr, 31.07.2020 - 17:45

An elevated courtyard is the integral cog in the working of this unique 570 square metre residence in Saphan Sung, Thailand, designed by architectural team WARchitect. WIth landscaping by Ginggaanbai, the central courtyard connects all of the interior spaces and constructs universal garden views. Although this lush space is the heart of the home, it’s a panoramic lake view that formed the main priority of this project. The house has been creatively layered like an amphitheater to increase the range of visual contact, with the upper level looking down through the lower with minimal obstruction of the vista. From the lakeside, living room, gaze glides peacefully up to bedrooms over the steps of planted terraces.



Homeowner Mr. Narongvit, who is Founder & Director of Sleepless society & Chandelier music, was struck by love at first sight with the location: Lake panorama, nature and clear skies. The home feels like its own private resort.




At the back of the house, a small pool patio draws a water connection with the lake at the bottom of the sloping landscape.




A water feature pours gently down the hill, ending at a decked area right upon the lake.




Each of the back garden tiers are grassed and planted to colour green borders around the graceful meandering water feature. Young trees give height to the grounds, pushing tall from the shrubbery.




The same landscaping technique continues into the courtyard on the other side of the interior living space.




These stepped terraces enable amphitheater-style views from the master bedroom suite at the very top of the elevation.




Atmosphere and space for entertainment were crucial in this project design, even above the form of the build. The homeowner wanted a relaxing place where he could compose music, as well as somewhere that he could party with friends.




The owner is a mellow personality yet neat and meticulous, so materials and decor were selected to suit. Loft-style materials were employed but executed in alternative ways. The enclosing space is relaxing with visually warming with red brick tiles, which were adapted by laying vertically with the fluted side out to make a unique effect.




The unusual vertical brick cladding connects the interior and exterior spaces, promoting the indoor-outdoor living experience. The material also has heat preventing functions and ventilation properties that cool the interior temperature. To the outsider, the remarkable façade increases curiosity of what lies inside.




A brown leather sofa and matching armchairs give the living room a masculine essence. Black marble elements continue the dark toned decor.




Black cobbles build a walkway between the living room and the tiered landscape design.




Inside of the home, the black accent flips around onto the ceiling, creating dramatic impact upon the long space.




Retractable doors adjoin the open plan with the pool patio at the back of the house.




The dining set is a rustic modern design with a chunky profile, plus a casual dining bench addition for squeezing in a few extra guests.




Formal dining chairs face the kitchen area and its luxurious black marble island design.




The bookmatched marble kitchen island adds to the symmetry of the kitchen dining space, where uniform walkways balance each side.




The kitchen oversees the whole room–a must for effective entertaining.




The project materials were inspired by the owner’s previous house and the Chandelier Music office. At night, the rich finishes come alive in atmospheric lighting.




The monolithic island appears to float over a glow of white plinth lights, hovering behind the eclectic mix of European vintage furniture.




Whilst the homeowner and guests are blissfully connected to nature, the enclosing space doesn’t allow eyes to pry into the house.




Muxarabi draw around the outer wall of the upper floor.




The largest modern bedroom is a long area with space for a comfortable sitting room and a workspace.




The master bedroom has a comforting link with the rest of the house, connected by the central green space and exterior staircases.




Lightweight curtains draw across the Muxarabi without sealing out the breeze.




You can see all the way down to the lake without even putting a toe out of bed.




Shallow concrete steps navigate the gentle incline between floors.




The upper section of the staircase cuts through the air as though it weighs nothing at all.




Glass balustrades open up the view.




A dedicated workspace occupies the back of the building. This is where the homeowner can come to create music surrounded by both lakeside and courtyard vistas.




Huge expanses of glass doors make fluid links with the outdoors.




A piano melds with a backdrop of vertical brickwork tiles.




A pergola shelters an exquisite lakeside dining area.




LEDs illuminate cobbled steps into the property, shaded by towering foliage.




Potted plants pull nature onto sun terraces and inside of the house.




The decorative screening makes a beautiful rich façade.




Covered parking rests under the front of the building.




The elevated terrain covers up the parking space with green terraces, and boosts the master suite into a position with privileged views. When using the working space on the second floor, the downstairs amphitheater garden presents a view of more green space than a basic flat garden could.




Side elevations.




Ground floor plan, complete with open plan living space, utility room, gym and parking area for up to four cars.




Upper floor plan with bedrooms and ensuite bathrooms.


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Modern Vietnamese Homes With Green Atriums

Interior Design Ideas - Do, 30.07.2020 - 17:45

Atriums bring in glorious natural light and a feeling of uplifting spaciousness. In the case of these three stunning interior designs, the atrium is also a wonderful opportunity to introduce nature’s green beauty, which instills a sense of peace and rejuvenation into the home. Young trees grow within the walls of these houses, which fashions a unique connection between the ground floor living space and bedrooms upstairs. White, wood, and pale grey decor elements provide gentle companions for the botanical theme. Interior windows and juliette balconies take in the benefits of shared light and fresh cross ventilation–proving the atrium just as relevant now as they were in dwellings of ancient Rome.


Visualizer: Ti Concept  

Tree branches tickle the edge of a rising staircase in this 120 square metre home in Vietnam. A bed of shrubs spring around the base of the tree trunk, exploding greenery into the clean white decor scheme.




Natural timber accents warm the ice white room, whilst smoky grey elements add shading and depth.




The staircase is a modern design that combines a crisp white aesthetic with the natural touch of light wood. The base of the staircase fragments into a series of deeper volumes and extended platforms.




Indoor plants are bedded right into the floor between the lounge area and the dining room to grow a live room divider.




In the kitchen, a stylish linear suspension light illuminates a sleek kitchen island design. A chunky white worktop wraps the sides of the wood effect island in an angled cutaway. White and wood kitchen bar stools complement the look.




Glass vases repeat green accents through the home interior, like little echoes of the main event in the atrium.




Cascading greenery tumbles from an internal juliette balcony at the top of the atrium.




A planter on the other side of the void throws out more foliage.




A bridging staircase is painted in an unexpected sunny yellow accent shade.




The warming yellow accent continues to colour block the upper staircase.




Potholes cut into the solid sides of balustrade let in light and aid cross ventilation.




The bedroom is a white and concrete design with stark black bedroom pendant lights. The brown platform bed provides a warming element.




A rounded rectangle window frame is twinned with a vanity mirror of the same shape.




The bathroom’s picture window receives light from the yellow painted stairwell. Inside the bathroom, decor is grey, white, and wood. A black bathroom vanity light complements the black window frame.




The kids’ room comes alive with a mountain mural and a unique peaked headboard design.




Two kid’s chairs pull up at a custom made desk that rises from the bedside cabinet and falls into matching a window seat. The beautiful arched window looks into the green atrium.




An arched doorway complements the window silhouette.



Visualizer: 893 Studio  

The living room in our second home is separated from the atrium by modern black frame doors.




The base of the atrium is a pleasant garden area with lawn and outdoor chairs.




With the doors retracted, the atrium becomes part of the open plan layout.




Sunlight beams down onto the modern outdoor chairs and plays over green foliage.




In the kitchen diner there is an apricot colour theme weighted by black accents. A large dining chandelier and a piece of modern art dominate the room.




Up in the master bedroom, modern art makes another splash over a mid century style platform bed. Chevron pattern interrupts the plain white and wood scheme in the form of a monochrome bed throw.




The orange accent introduced by wall art is repeated in the seat pads of wireframe desk chairs.




The next bedroom follows the same white and wood decor scheme and mid century modern furniture style.




Recessed perimeter lights complement the minimalist bedroom aesthetic.




A low bookcase doubles as a media cabinet.




The same floor-hugging bookcase design makes an appearance in a dedicated home workspace, where it merges into a bespoke wooden desk design. A much larger bookcase stacks tall on the opposite side of the work area.




Ground floor plan.




First floor plan.



Visualizer: 893 Studio  

Our final home tour showcases an elegant living room design with great stature. A young tree is planted at the foot of a herringbone brick feature wall that climbs high into the second story of the house. Back on the ground floor, the airy grey and white lounge is grounded by an earthy brown area rug.




Brown wooden accents create the base tone throughout the entire ground floor, through a modern media cabinet, coffee table, and cladding at the base of an interesting staircase design.




The herringbone red brick effect also lays a patio area around the base of the atrium’s tree. A couple of small wooden stools sit in quietude at the roots.




The wooden kitchen draws an U-shaped layout just off the side of the dining room. White countertops and matching backsplash keep the area light and bright.




Rattan dining room pendant lights bring in a textured rustic vibe across the wooden dining table and modern dining chairs.




The botanical theme has been extended to the bedrooms with the introduction of leaf art prints and potted plants. A misty grey bed softly disrupts the predominantly white decor, whilst rich wood pieces meld with a coordinating floor.




Sheer drapes pull across balcony windows.




Another botanical print colours a single bedroom layout.




A wood slatted diving wall sections off an additional sleeping area.




The bed on this side of the room has been turned around to view the light filled green atrium.


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How To Choose A Ceiling Fan To Create The Perfect Personalized Cooling Space In Your Home 

HomeDSGN - Do, 30.07.2020 - 12:52

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Heinze Objekte - Do, 30.07.2020 - 01:00
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Shaping Slick Dark Interiors With Black & Grey Decor

Interior Design Ideas - Mi, 29.07.2020 - 17:45

Dark and decidedly slick, these black and grey interiors push the boundaries on great taste and modern home design. Charcoal living rooms play on a theme of shadows and highlights to shape layouts that are intriguing and ambiguous. Slatted dividers, stone walls and textured elements take on added prominence in the low light. Graphite kitchens skim the edges of living rooms, falling away to let areas of comfort take the lead. Lounge furniture takes on a sculptural quality in stark surroundings, whilst cool art and contemporary home accessories shake up the darkness with quirky silhouettes and abstract motifs. Black dining sets are lit from overhead by eye-catching lighting designs that burn through the blackness.


Visualizer: Hot Walls  

A white Doric column cuts thickly through the black and grey interior of this Moscow studio design, demanding the layout to work around it.




A modern sofa configuration is pulled around the base of the column, facing both toward the TV and into the room behind.




Solid oak flooring lightens up the decor scheme and introduces texture.




Vertical radiators blend into the dark backdrop, placed either side of an undressed window.




The black living room is a minimalist open plan that includes the lounge, a dining area, and a concealed kitchen.




An artistic modern dining room chandelier snakes across the dark space, burning brightly against industrial metal rafters.




A smooth wall of wood fronted cabinets washes warmth and lighter tone across the entire length of the room, with the TV mounted against one end.




Directional track lights highlight the wood grain wall, whilst leaving the black dining set in the shadows.




Single hung windows set narrow lightboxes into the stark backdrop.




A slatted screen separates the grey dining room from the home entryway.




The kitchen remains a secretive volume until it’s required for purpose.




At meal times, the wall of wooden storage opens up to reveal a section of kitchen shelving and base units.




Moody backlit shelves give the one wall kitchen the appearance of a wet bar, but a small hob in the worktop reveals its full function.



Visualizer: Amir Adilbekov  

Our second home design features much larger windows, but the interior design is made equally dark with charcoal grey and black elements.




A linear LED floor lamp interrupts the darkened room. A thinner LED ribbon strokes the top of the window wall.




KAWS statues loom out of the shadows, their outlines kissed by low light from the window wall.




A pair of oval coffee tables scoop out the centre of the lounge, their rounded bases darkening into obscurity.




A modern sectional sofa is separated into pieces to form the outline of the lounge layout.




The kitchen’s linear suspension light spans the entire length of a long stone island, which is set with an induction hob and the kitchen sink.




A wall of full height black cabinets is interrupted by a glass cabinet. Soft lighting illuminates the wine glasses stored inside.




The wine glass cabinet is set dead centre behind the kitchen island, creating satisfying symmetry.




Minimalist kitchen bar stools cut sharp silhouettes.



Architect: Anmol Gohil   Visualizer: Anmol Gohil  

Brown accents interrupt the black and grey decor scheme of home design number three. A mocha coffee table lays down a circle shape theme that is repeated in abstract wall art behind the sofa. A novelty floor lamp introduces a sculptural element.




An area rug adds texture beneath the round coffee table, and a houndstooth pouf brings in bold pattern.




Quilted cushions pile up on the sofa, layering in extra comfort.




The pouf is seated close to the TV wall, which is fitted with custom built cabinetry. A nook is positioned low in the wall, replacing the traditional fireplace.




The dark kitchen falls back into the shadows, resting quietly alongside the lounge.




A home workspace attaches to the end of the one wall kitchen, separated out by an oven housing unit.



Visualizer: Leng Keng  

A halo wall light commands the black living room of home design number four. The light feature accentuates a KAWS statue by the home entryway and an industrial style rack for shoes.




Brown accents come into play here too, in the form of a modern sofa design.




The brown leather sofa looks light against a charcoal grey backdrop. White pampas and a white fluffy area rug further lift the scheme. A black Eames bird makes a stark addition to the pale stone coffee table.




White modern dining chairs lift the look of the black kitchen diner. Glass dining room pendant lights cause liquid-like reflections above the round dining table.




A brown floor bed is complemented by golden accents in the grey bedroom. A rugged black stone headboard wall features another sleek gold halo.



Visualizer: Renderoom  

Our final home design is a graphite and pale oak model. The living room area rug brings in a modern geometrical element.




Black and white artwork is propped informally against the foyer wall, creating a transition space between the entryway and the kitchen.




The black media cabinet and bookcase are one integrated unit, giving the wall a clean and simplified aesthetic. Coloured inserts break up the flat black stacks.




Indoor plants brighten the dark interior, and add height at the centre of the layout and dining room table.




A blue glass vase adds a subtle drop of colour into the monochrome room. Glass fronted cabinets give the dark kitchen a more open feel and a light reflective quality.


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51 Farmhouse Dining Tables that are Overflowing with Rustic Charm

Interior Design Ideas - Di, 28.07.2020 - 17:45

Farmhouse dining tables often embrace unfinished, reclaimed, or imperfect wood, which makes them visually striking and also creates a rustic appeal. But these highly sought-after tables also offer much more than unparalleled style. They create a space to eat meals, play games, and laugh with friends and family—they offer a place to connect. In fact, many Farmhouse tables are modeled after harvest tables, which are known to be a place of gathering. However, it is important to note while larger harvest-style tables will give you that signature Farmhouse look, there are also plenty of smaller designs that embrace the same style. Check out our diverse list of 51 Farmhouse dining tables to find the perfect gathering place for your home!


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Trestle Farmhouse Dining Table: This solid pine table will not disappoint. It has that signature Farmhouse looks thanks to its rough tabletop and trestle base. Plus, its quality construction means it is built to last. While the table shown is a 72 inch that can seat up to 6, this table is also available as a 52 inch—great for smaller dining areas!



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Farmhouse Dining Table with Benches: Forget bulky chairs and go with a few benches to make sure your dining table doesn’t crowd a space. With this fresh dual-tone design, the benches tuck right under the table, making it look extra neat and compact when not in use. Want to seat more people? A chair can also be added to each side of this table when in use to create 2 extra seats.



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Plank Top Farmhouse Dining Table: Strong enough to use outdoors, yet stylish enough to incorporate into your interior decor? Now that’s our kind of table! If you prefer a table with more of a rustic appeal, then this beauty with matching benches should be on your shortlist. The weathered wood finish will instantly infuse any space with texture, while its Accoya wood build makes it resistant to rot and guarantees it stays strong for at least 50 years.



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Walnut Farmhouse Dining Table with Bench: The walnut wood tabletop on this table from Copeland Furniture gives it a timeless appeal akin to Mid-Century Modern furniture. It is a stylish and environmentally-friendly choice, as is the case with all of Copland Furniture’s pieces, as it is made from sustainably harvested hardwood that is FSC certified.



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Reclaimed Wood Farmhouse Dining Table: And if you crave a table that fully embodies the rustic aesthetic synonymous with Farmhouse interiors, then you should consider reclaimed wood. This table and bench use the intricate patterning and texture of reclaimed wood to great effect by pairing it with a simple black base. Overall, it strikes the perfect balance of rustic and refined. Want to highlight the unique patterning of this piece further? Pair with a white vase or pastel dishware to add a bit of contrast.



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French Farmhouse Dining Table: Add a bit of vintage French flair to your dining room with this Farmhouse treat made from reclaimed wood. It features a traditional design with a trestle base, molded details, and a weathered wood finish. Pair with the matching benches and chairs for an instantly cohesive look. Or, go with a few upholstered chairs for a cozier feel.



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Traditional Farmhouse Dining Table: Another traditional option. This dining table will add a touch of warmth to any dining area with its all-wood build and honey finish. However, if you love the design but are seeking another shade, this table is also available in 5 other colors: Black, White, Grey, Sage, or Red.



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Modern Harvest Table: The simplicity of this table allows for the wood grain on this piece to take the limelight. Whether you want to incorporate a touch of nature in your home or are looking for a Farmhouse table with a lighter aesthetic, this is a magnificent choice. The matching benches for this table easily nest under the table to save you space. Plus, this setup will help keep your dining area from looking crowded. Also available in a darker finish.



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Weathered Grey Farmhouse Dining Table: This rectangular table with a trestle and double pedestal base has a bit more of a contemporary feel with its cool grey finish. It is a larger option that measures 88 inches, so there is plenty of room for everything from family dinners to cocktail parties.



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Counter Height Farmhouse Dining Table: Make your dining room feel clean and luxurious with this counter height dining table. It not only offers an elevated setup with a distinct distressed finish, but it also tends to your storage needs. With the bottom cupboard and shelf on this design, you can stash away everything from extra dishware to linens. Seats 6-8



$518BUY IT

Expandable Farmhouse Dining Table: A table that can accommodate a small, intimate dinner or a large get-together. This extendable table offers tons of versatility for size since it comes with not just one leaf, but two. Pop in one leaf to take this Rubberwood solid and Acacia veneer table from 62 inches to 72 inches. Or add the second leaf for a little more elbow room, making the table 86 inches long. Seats up to 8 people.



$689BUY IT

Distressed White Extendable Dining Table: This fresh white option also offers the option to extend and comes highly recommended by past buyers. It has a scratch-resistant finish and is available in multiple colors. Encouraging Review: “Amazing table. Absolutely perfect for entertaining a large family. Goes great with a modern Farmhouse look and colored chairs for a pop.”



$374BUY IT

Farmhouse Dining Table for 6: A table that adds a bit more detailing to the Farmhouse look with its matching padded seats lined with nailhead trim. The crossbuck trestle on the dining table itself creates a clean and cozy look that is perfect for displaying the antique grey coloring with wire brush detailing. This option also provides a lovely neutral base to display either a modern or traditional centerpiece.



$779BUY IT

Square Farmhouse Dining Table: The tiered open shelving on this relaxed table will leave essentials items right at your fingertips while still ensuring your dining space is stylish and functional. Whether you want to keep tableware stored on the shelves or a few board games, whatever you place there will always be at the ready. This square table includes a leaf, and when expanded (as shown), it can seat up to 8 people.



$655BUY IT

Contemporary Farmhouse Dining Table with Trestle: While many Farmhouse tables use wood for a tabletop, this design takes it in a different direction—and the results are stunning. The thick marble slab perched upon the ornate trestle base gives this table an elevated and classy feel. It offers a stunning contrast thanks to its dark wood finish, and its neutral coloring ensures that it will easily blend into most color schemes.



$6800BUY IT

Stainless Steel Farmhouse Dining Table: Farmhouse charm on the top and contemporary charisma on the bottom, this table exemplifies contemporary Farmhouse style. Its polished stainless steel base and matte wood top have a dynamic contrast that is sure to turn a few heads. However, not only does this table have a striking appearance, but it is also highly functional. The 2-inch thick walnut wood top has an oil-rubbed hand finish that can withstand both hot and cold dishware.



$599BUY IT

Farmhouse Pub Table Set: Farmhouse tables are often represented as spacious and long, but that isn’t always the case. There are also options like this 5-piece table set that has that same Farmhouse appeal but are much better suited for smaller spaces. This table, in particular, is extra space-conscious as it has 4 stools that nest underneath the table when not in use.



$272BUY IT

Farmhouse Dining Table Set with Storage: Not only does this multipurpose table have a good chunk of table space, 2 matching stools, and a sleek wood finish, but it also integrates a shelf that is great to store everything from dishes to books. Highly ideal for studio apartments, small eat-in kitchens, or any space that can use a boost of storage.



$331BUY IT

Small Farmhouse Dining Table Set with Stools: Opt for a table that uses a weathered wood style finish, like this set, if you something with plenty of texture, but still feels more refined. This square table seats 4 using plush, upholstered stools. Plus, its square shape makes it ideal for tucking into a corner or displaying front and center. Fantastic for everything from cocktails to party games.



$479BUY IT

Farmhouse Dining Table with Butterfly Leaf: If you find yourself struggling to figure out where to store your dining table leaf, then you may want to consider a table with a butterfly leaf. For example, with this Farmhouse table, the center leaf folds in and under, so you never even have to lift it out. In case that isn’t enough to convince you, this table also offers exquisite detailing like routed edges, spaded feet, and a chic stone grey finish.



$589BUY IT

Farmhouse Dining Table with Drop Leaf: Want to incorporate some Farmhouse style to your eat-in kitchen or even a small corner? Check out this double drop leaf delight. The two drop leafs allow this table to be neatly pushed into a corner when closed. It also features a shiplap top and diagonal bracing that add extra visual interest to this distressed piece. Seats 6 when extended, 4 when drop leafs are closed



$2528BUY IT

Farmhouse Dining Table with Thick Wood Top: A table that embraces the enchantment of nature with its thick wood tabletop that showcases the grain of the wood. Butterfly joinery has also been incorporated into this table, setting it apart from the other wood Farmhouse tables available. This modern take on the harvest table will have everyone talking and with its quality build that will be able to be enjoyed for generations.



$831BUY IT

Farmhouse Wooden Dining Table: If the dual tone wood on this artisan table doesn’t catch your eye, then its architectural design with its clean and tapered lines surely will. Its simplicity and wood build pay homage to the quality craftsmanship and material used during the Arts and Crafts movement in the mid-19th century. When placed in any home, this table will become an instant classic!



$781BUY IT

Contemporary Black Farmhouse Dining Table: While many Farmhouse tables use texture and coloring to impress, this option is all about the design. Its all-black finish makes the Mid-Century-inspired detailing truly shine and also offers up the perfect shape to pair with a bench or two.



$129BUY IT

Industrial Farmhouse Dining Table: The warmth of Farmhouse style and the edginess of an industrial aesthetic create a fabulous pairing on this dining set. It is a budget-friendly option with a highly unique look that combines a heavy-duty metal frame with a wood inlay. Style with the matching chairs to play up the industrial-chic vibe of this piece or mix and match with your own choice of chairs—the neutral coloring of this table allows it mesh with almost anything.



$4256BUY IT

Large Rectangular Farmhouse Dining Table: Let your furniture make a statement with this bold dining table. The soft curves on the irregular edge of this table are paired with a dynamic base that gives this table a sculptural appeal. Overall, this is a luxury find full of dimension that any home would greatly benefit from.



$992BUY IT

Live Edge Farmhouse Dining Table: Want to bring a unique touch of nature into your home? A Farmhouse table with a live edge should do the trick. The slender metal base that this design uses gives this live edge table a fashionable quality that will meld effortlessly with contemporary decor. Plus, with this dining table, you will get a one-of-a-kind piece since every live edge tabletop is different.



$1539BUY IT

Modern Farmhouse Dining Table: We were instantly drawn to this Farmhouse dining table due to its intriguing base. It is a table that is made by fine quality Italian craftsmanship with an innovative design that will not disappoint for either style or comfort.



$514BUY IT

Folding Farmhouse Dining Table: You can even get that signature Farmhouse style in a folding table. Pop this wood table out for the holidays to expand your table space and keep your decor in check. Or use it all year round—this table is so stylish that no one will guess it is a folding table unless you tell them!



$239BUY IT

Rustic Grey Farmhouse Dining Table: And if you prefer a small rustic table with clean lines, there is always this choice. Its minimalist design allows its texture and grain to take center stage. It works in a formal or casual dining space and is available in multiple colors. Want a fresh contemporary feel? Opt for White. Prefer something warm with an earthy vibe? Go for Brown.



$927BUY IT

Oval Farmhouse Dining Table: A two-tone design doubles the color and the style of this Farmhouse-inspired table. It features an extendable tabletop, a kiln-dried hardwood build, and a lightly distressed finish. Seats up to 6 guests.



$940BUY IT

Narrow Solid Wood Dining Table: A Farmhouse table like this one can be just what you need to add a bit of subtle color to your dining experience. Its sage green base will instantly allow any space to embrace a chic cottage vibe. Green not for you? No problem! This table is also available in multiple neutral shades.



$591BUY IT

Plank Top Farmhouse Dining Table: The easy-glide leaf system on this table ensures that is a more than just a showpiece—it is also functional. Notable features on this table include the planked tabletop with a wire brush finish, criss-cross pedestal base, and quality build made from a mix of pine solids and veneers.



$1779BUY IT

Solid Wood Farmhouse Dining Table: And if you want a rustic table with more of a natural appeal, there is always this extendable delight with rave reviews. This oval table offers a softer aesthetic than rectangular designs and it is available in Espresso, Natural (shown), or a mix of both tones



$569BUY IT

Distressed Farmhouse Dining Table: A hand-carved trestle base supports an oval top on this rustic option. The entire table is made from solid pine and topped off with a distressed finish, giving it that highly sought-after cottage chic look. Worried about uneven floors? This table even offers adjustable feet, so you don’t have to worry about that dreaded wobble.



$2769BUY IT

Extendable Farmhouse Dining Table: While this wood table looks circular and small in this photo, it easily extends out into an oval shape that seats up to 10 people. But no matter which form it’s in, it will always impress with its unique design and exquisite wood grain.



$632BUY IT

Farmhouse Dining Table Made From Recycled Wood: Recycling has never looked so stylish! This small table is the epitome of industrial chic with its iron base that can adjust the height of the table and its starburst wooden top pieced together from recycled wood. It also has a swivel feature, ensuring that it isn’t only stylish but extremely functional.



$189BUY IT

Minimal Farmhouse Dining Table: Love the mix of metal and wood but need something smaller? This minimal table is a great choice. It will not only leave money in your pocket with its affordable price tag, but its small size and round design make it ideal for tucking into a corner or nook. However, nothing says you can’t also display this stunning set front and center! It is a versatile option that can be used for everything from morning coffee to romantic dinners for two.



$210BUY IT

Round Industrial Farmhouse Dining Table: A small option with a big dose of Farmhouse flair! This compact table can seat up to 4 people and also comes with the option to buy with matching chairs.



$11765BUY IT

Large Round Farmhouse Dining Table: And if you seek a round Farmhouse table on the large side, this is a great find. This luxurious table from Ralph Lauren’s home line has a distressed black base that reveals raw wood to tie in the lightly stained tabletop. It’s a grand piece for a spacious dining room and can accommodate up to 12 people.



$2305BUY IT

Pedestal Farmhouse Dining Table: Moving toward a design with a more refined look, we have this pedestal table. It has a warm grey tone, carved pedestal, and wire brush detailing. If you are opting for longevity with a Farmhouse table, then this is an excellent choice since it is made from Mahogany—a material known to resist warping and swelling.



$809BUY IT

Small White Farmhouse Dining Table: Fresh and compact, this is a table that would do well anywhere from a corner to a small kitchen. Encouraging Review: “A perfect fit! Excellent price. Beautiful wood grain, easy to assemble, and goes nicely with any chair.”



$3865BUY IT

Sculptural Farmhouse Dining Table: Incorporate an artistic quality into your Farmhouse table with this sculptural stunner. While it still has a relatively minimal design, its staggered bunching on each of its legs ensures it never lacks flair or style. Made for reclaimed Douglas Fir and seats 6-8.



$369BUY IT

Industrial Farmhouse Kitchen Table: Many Farmhouse dining tables use a black metal base, but this one offers a breath of fresh air and takes it the opposite direction with a distressed white. The top is made with bamboo in an espresso finish and it measures 60 inches long, which is enough room to seat 4 people.



$179BUY IT

Small Farmhouse Dining Table with Drop Leaf: From desk to dining table with the lift of a couple of drop leafs, this Farmhouse style dining table is a must for small spaces that rely on multi-functionality. Its two leafs expand it to 40 inches, which can comfortably seat 6 people. Available in multiple colors.



$142BUY IT

Small Rectangular Farmhouse Dining Table with Stools: This counter height table is a savior for narrow spaces that want functionality and Farmhouse style. It will give any spaces a rustic touch, plus it can easily be converted to a cocktail or appetizer table for get-togethers.



$1299BUY IT

Wood and Metal Farmhouse Dining Table: Made from reclaimed Pine and perched atop a metal base, this option is overflowing with industrial charm. The rounded tabletop is full of character with its unique imperfections and due to the nature of the wood, each piece will be one-of-kind.



$269BUY IT

Outdoor Farmhouse Dining Table: Don’t forget that your patio, garden, or balcony can also benefit from some Farmhouse style! This affordable outdoor dining table offers a long tabletop and chunky splayed legs that will be a fabulous addition to any outdoor space. But if you would prefer to take this table indoors, no one could blame you—especially at such a great price!



$279BUY IT

Long Outdoor Farmhouse Dining Table: This outdoor Farmhouse dining table may also be stylish enough to use indoors, but its weather-resistant acacia build means that it can stand up to an assortment of weathering, from harsh UV rays to rainstorms. Encouraging Review: “Great quality! The color is really pretty, almost a weather grey-brown. It’s rained a few times and the water sits on top of the table rather than soaking it in which is nice.”



$359BUY IT

Solid Wood Outdoor Dining Table: If you want an outdoor table that embodies Farmhouse style, but that doesn’t overshadow your other outdoor decor, then this may be the table for you. It has an understated design with its straight legs and single tone finish, but it still offers a smidgen of detailing with its wood planked top and highlighted wood grain.



$1399BUY IT

Round Farmhouse Outdoor Dining Table: And finally, there is always this round option for your backyard. It is an environmentally-friendly table that uses reclaimed teak that is retreated and finished by hand. An ideal outdoor seating solution to play cards by the poolside or enjoy a starry night with a glass of wine. Pair with rattan chairs (like shown) to play up the earthy feel of this piece. Or, pair with wood or metal to further highlight its Farmhouse qualities.


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