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Rectangle and Square Wrought Iron Dining Tables

Beautiful craftsmanship and unique design highlight our collection of rectangular iron dining tables. You’ll find our curated selection of iron bases with design elements such as ornate scrolls, contemporary lines and nature themes topped with finely finished wood, reclaimed wood, glass and hammered copper offer a myriad of customizable choices to fit every style decor from Old World to modern. Our table tops and bases are also available to purchase separately. With many sizes from which to choose, rectangle dining tables are perfect for an intimate dinner for two, a luncheon for four or for entertaining larger parties of six or more. Create an inviting dining space you, your family and guests will enjoy for years to come with one of our gorgeous wrought iron dining tables. Helpful Rectangle Dining Table Information.

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Pictured is the Camino Dining Table with custom iron finish and top options for you to choose. Comfortably seats 8 Camino Dining Table
Price: $3,578.00
Pictured is the Davidson Dining Table with custom iron finish and top options for you to choose. Comfortably seats 6 Davidson Dining Table
Price: $2,880.00
Pictured is the Parsons Dining Table with custom iron finish and top options for you to choose. Comfortably seats 8 Parsons Dining Table
Price: $1,913.00
Ranch Dining Table Ranch Dining Table
Price: $1,209.00
Pictured here is the Trestle Iron dining table with wood table top. Trestle Dining Table
Price: $1,088.00

Your Helpful Guide to Rectangular and Square Wrought Iron Dining Tables

What rectangular iron dining table styles do you offer?

You will find many interesting table styles, including:
  • Traditional
  • Ranch (sometimes called cowboy)
  • Contemporary (and industrial)
  • Rustic
  • Transitional
  • Modern

Can you give me some ideas for using a rectangular iron dining table?

  • Try a rectangle table with curved legs or intricate scroll work on the base for a more formal appearance.
  • A glass top creates a delicately formal look while showing off the table’s decorative base.
  • Go for a solid wood top in a finish that matches your dining room’s theme to create a color coordinated look.
  • Depending upon your chosen decor style, many types of dining chairs work well with rectangle wrought iron dining tables such as: wood, wrought iron, wood/metal mix, and fully upholstered.
  • When selecting dining chairs for your rectangle table, consider space and size limitations or requirements of the table and your dining room.
  • Consider decorating your rectangle table top with a decorative fabric runner, large floral arrangement, a grouping of ceramic vases and pots, one or two ornate candelabras, or a large urn overflowing with greenery.

What materials can I choose from for my rectangular iron dining table?

Our dining tables are created from wrought iron and other high quality materials, including:
  • Hand-forged wrought iron with lots of appealing finishes
  • Aluminum
  • Zinc
  • Copper
  • Marble
  • Wood in several finishes
  • Glass

Key information to keep in mind when selecting your rectangular iron dining table:

  • For a rectangular room, a similar shaped table will maintain visual harmony.
  • Standard rectangular dining table measurements range from:
    • 28” to 30” | High
    • 60” to 80” | Long
    • 36” to 42” | Wide or Deep
  • Rectangle dining tables work best in larger dining rooms, they will fill the space while accommodating more people than a square or round table.
  • Allow a clearance of 42” - 48” between the dining table and the walls or other furniture in the area. This space is required for comfortably sitting at or getting up from the table and walking around it.
  • Each person should have 28” - 32” of space. This includes 24” - 28” for the chair and about 4” - 6” between two chairs.
  • Make sure your table height allows the arms of dining chairs to slide beneath the top. Also allow an additional 2” of space per seat if you are choosing armchairs.
  • A table with a pedestal base rather than legs will seat more people. Generally, a 36” table top with a pedestal base can seat 4 people while a 60” table with a pedestal base will accommodate 6 diners.
  • Diners should have 12” - 14” of leg room beneath the table. Using a pedestal allows for more leg room and hence a more comfortable dining experience.
  • Include the extended dimensions in planning if you are considering a table with leaves for hosting large groups.

Timeless Wrought Iron Dining Table Guide:

For more information and tips, check out our handy Dining Table Guide. You can read online or download it for later reference and printing.

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