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Build your perfect dining table
with our frames


Advantages of our
industrial style dining table frames


Desks and Tables

With an urban, contemporary look, they will be the centrepiece of your dining room

You can configure the frames to suit any space and any number of guests

Durable

They are incredibly sturdy, with the capacity to hold even the heaviest table tops with zero bending

Insured

They do not rust, which means they are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use

Pipe Furniture Alternate

You can use the same table frames to build matching benches for your dining room

Overview

Design the table of your dreams

Finding the perfect industrial table for your dining room can be a hard task, especially if you are looking for a versatile piece of furniture that will look modern, is functional, will last you a lifetime and is incredibly sturdy. What if we said you can now design the table of your dreams?

What makes an industrial dining table?

The industrial look has been around for years, making furniture such as tables, beds or storage units the centrepiece of any modern room. Usually made of steel and reclaimed wood, an industrial dining table is a functional, sturdy unit that can be designed to even accommodate a very large family.

How do our table frames work?

Our popular table frame designs use galvanised steel and fittings to create a modular, customisable tables that will suit the user’s specific requirements. What is more, all you need is an Allen key to put them together. No nuts and bolts, the grub screws are already integrated within the fittings!

The frames can be configured to accommodate any table top (wood, concrete, glass, quartz) and any number of guests. You can easily design a small industrial dining table or a very large one by choosing one of our frames and using your own table top.

industrial style dining tables

How to choose the right option

Step 1. Choose a frame style


When building a table frame, you need to take into consideration the kind of top you want to use, as well as the space you've got available in your room. Depending on the length of the table and the weight of the top, ideally you will need additional middle legs every 1.5 m.


Standard frame, suitable for light table tops
(such as lightweight wood)

table frame for lightweight table tops

For lighter table tops, such as plywood or scaffolding for example, we recommend choosing the Standard Table Frame Kit. The frame attaches to the top using screws.
See our Standard table frame kit

Rugged frame, suitable for heavy table tops
(such as concrete, quartz, solid wood)

table frame for heavy table tops

For heavier tops, such as solid wood, concrete or quartz we recommend choosing the Rugged Table Frame Kit. The top will rest on the frame, with no drilling into the top required.
See our Rugged table frame kit


Step 2. Decide on the size

Dinner for 1-2 people
Dinner for 1-2 people
Small dining table: Choose a 75 cm x 75 cm frame.
Dinner for 2-4 people
Dinner for 2-4 people
Small dining table: Choose a 180 cm x 80 cm frame.
Table for 5-6 people
Table for 5-6 people
Large dining table: Go for a 240 cm x 80 cm frame. This table needs additional support in the middle.
Table for 7-8 people
Table for 7-8 people
Large dining table: Go for a 320 cm x 80 cm frame. This table needs additional support in the middle.
Table for 9 or more people
Table for 9 or more people
Large dining table: Get in touch for a quote

Step 3. Order the table frame online



See what our customers have built

An indoor to outdoor dinner table using the Rugged frame

An indoor to outdoor dinner table using the Rugged frame

The Standard frame using castors. Painted black by customer

The Standard frame using castors. Painted black by customer

An outdoor table using the Standard frame. Uses flanges for feet

An outdoor table using the Standard frame. Uses flanges for feet

A tall kitchen / dinner table using the Standard frame

A tall kitchen / dinner table using the Standard frame

A concrete top table built using the Rugged frame

A concrete top table built using the Rugged frame

A small dining table and matching bench built using the Standard frame

A small dining table and matching bench built using the Standard frame


More on the industrial trend


Minimalism, functionality, raw aesthetic are all characteristics of the industrial trend. When it comes to furniture (tables in particular), this translates into a rugged, unpolished look which usually includes materials such as steel or other metals, wood, pipes, castors. The trend embraces the uniqueness and imperfections of each furniture item, whether this refers to the unevenness of materials, small 'defects' such as scratches and dents or the repurposing of old or discarded elements (such as wooden planks etc).

See more industrial style furniture kits

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