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                    [post_content] => Choosing a farmhouse table for your home can feel as momentous and personal as picking out a piece of art or even your wedding outfit. Aside from the creative choices involved, such as picking paint or stain colors, there are some basic practical considerations for everyday functionality.

1. What size farmhouse table do I need?

The ideal dining table size for you depends upon the number of people you seat most days, as well as the size of your room or dining area. This chart shows recommended table sizes based upon number of people for both round tables and rectangular tables with a width of 36”- 42”.
# of people Seats comfortably Workable size
4 4' rect / 48" round  42" round
6 6' rect / 60" round 5' rect / 54" round
8 8' rect / 72" round 7' rect / 66" round
10 10' rect 9' rect
Extensions   Extensions? If you entertain often, company board extensions are available for most of our farmhouse tables. They slide into the ends of the table to maintain the look of the long planks used in traditional farmhouse tables and to avoid a split in the center. A pair of extensions increases the size of your dining table by 3 feet - space for four more guests. Adequate clearance? Allow a clearance of 36”around your table for walking and pulling out chairs (the minimum without feeling too tight is 27”). Make sure that your dining chairs or benches will fit comfortably around your new table, allowing 2-6” between chairs. If you have a banquette, also consider either a trestle or pedestal base for your table to avoid interference with a table leg. For additional information, please see our Dining Table Seating Guide.

2. What kind of wood should I choose for the top of my farmhouse table?

Selecting a type of wood for your farmhouse table involves striking a balance between appearance, durability and cost. Appearance For a farmhouse table with individual character, reclaimed wood such as pine and oak is a popular choice. Other woods, such as maple or new pine, will give your table a classic farmhouse look without rustic details like distressing. Wood with beautiful graining, such as oak, should be shown off with a stained or waxed finish. If you prefer your table painted, choose a wood with fewer knots (like poplar or maple) for no show-through. Durability If you are concerned with keeping the everyday wear of your table to a minimum, consider the hardness of the wood you choose.  Softer woods, such as new pine or poplar, can be more susceptible to dings. Here is a rough guide to the hardness of different woods by density:

New Pine                      Poplar     Old Pine                                Maple                                                              Oak

Soft ---------------------------------------------- Medium ------------------------------------------ Hard

 350  400  450  500  550  600  650  700  750  800  850  900  950 1000 1050 1100 1150 1200 1250 1300

  Cost For farmhouse tables, the harder the wood, the higher the cost. Pine and poplar are the least expensive woods while oak costs considerably more. Reclaimed (old) wood tables, which are more durable than those made from new pine, are also less expensive than hardwood tables. Based upon our 17 years of experience designing custom farmhouse tables, the most popular wood choices remain pine, old (reclaimed) pine and maple.  

3. What is the most durable finish for the top of my farmhouse table?

A clear top coat over either a stained or painted finish is the most durable surface for a farmhouse table top. Remember that any major surface damage to this finish may require professional repair – or just leave the marks to increase the character of the table top. Whatever finish you choose for your farmhouse table, we recommend using place mats, coasters and hot pads to keep it free of water rings or burn marks.  

4. How do I care for my farmhouse table?

The top of your farmhouse table is easy to maintain – clean with a damp sponge and dry with a clean, soft cloth. DO NOT USE CLEANERS OR SOLVENTS (Pledge, 409, nail polish removers, etc). For small dings or scratches on painted surfaces, touch up paint (not stain) is available from us. A stain from your local hardware store in a similar color to your table finish can fix minor dings or scratches on stained tables, but major repairs or refinishing should be left to a professional. Only apply wax touch-ups (we can provide brand information) if you have a table with a waxed finish and want to freshen the look periodically. Do not sand before applying wax, then let dry and then buff off with clean, dry, soft cloth.  

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A farmhouse kitchen is the ultimate area to relax and eat meals in the home. It’s an open-concept space in which families can get together and celebrate. But what elements are found in farmhouse kitchens? And how can you create the ideal farmhouse kitchen in your home? In this latest post, we’re highlighting five examples of features you’ll find in the classic farmhouse kitchen.

What to Consider When Shopping for Farmhouse Kitchen Products

Before reviewing the latest items matching the farmhouse kitchen aesthetic, you must keep some considerations in mind. Below are several key questions to help you when making the decision.

Does the Product Match the Colors of My Kitchen?

When adding new products to your kitchen, take the time to review the exact colors of each item, and ensure the colors match the distinct style of your kitchen. You can speak with the sales team directly to learn more about the color-matching process. This can be important to unifying the current look of the kitchen and achieving your design goals.

Can the Item Be Easily Integrated?

When most people are shopping for new feature items in their kitchen, they aren’t considering the process of integrating the new item. A new sink might be the ideal choice for improving the kitchen’s design. But how much work is involved in getting the sink into the kitchen and installing it?

Will the New Feature Offer Lasting Value?

While farmhouse kitchen styles tend to remain similar over many years, you may find that some new additions are simply a recent trend. Take the time to speak with the experts and find out about the lasting value a new addition can bring to life in your farmhouse.

Here are five distinct farmhouse kitchen design elements you might want to add to your home.

1. Exposed Shelving and Cabinetry

The typical farmhouse kitchen will feature exposed shelving cabinetry, which makes the room feel more open and welcoming. Make sure that exposed shelving is near to natural light sources so that you can expand upon the feeling of openness. Exposed shelving and cabinetry take up less visual space, so they make the room seem larger and the ceilings appear higher and the walls further apart.

2. The Farmhouse Sink

The farmhouse sink harkens back to a time when the kitchen was the hub of all activity within the home. They offer the perfect combination of aesthetics and functionality. The traditional farmhouse sink is noted for its depth and width, as well as its apron, which juts out slightly from the countertop. In the farmhouse kitchen layout, the sink typically contrasts in color from the rest of the countertop.

3. Free-Standing Cabinets

As well as being exposed to the light, farmhouse kitchen cabinets are typically freestanding. That's because space was limited back when the farmhouses were traditionally built, and so homeowners added freestanding features for additional storage. A freestanding cabinet is usually placed against a wall and out of the way to enhance traffic flow in the kitchen.

4. Hardwood Flooring

One of the standout features in many farmhouse kitchens is hardwood flooring. It will look impeccable whether you go for a distressed style or a more natural look. One of the key benefits of using hardwood flooring is that it’s easy to clean. And even wear and tear on the floor will add to the vintage appeal of the space. Many homeowners are now substituting natural wood with ceramic or vinyl for the same aesthetic without the associated maintenance or cost.

5. Traditional Lighting

Traditional farmhouse lighting can become the centerpiece of the room. Simple lighting additions such as Edison bulbs can help that classic style resonate. These features often look better when hanging down into the room. Using a drop-down fixture above your farm table will provide the perfect lighting conditions to prep and eat meals.

Discuss Your Upcoming Home Upgrade Project With Cottage Home Furniture

Our experienced team can help you to pick out farmhouse styles that match your design objectives with precision. We’re committed to offering the highest quality products at affordable prices, and we have a reputation for excellence throughout the furniture industry. To learn more about our products, please visit our website today or call our team directly.

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1. Auberge Iron Chandelier  |  2. Old Pine Farmhouse Table  |  3. Metal Bistro Wood Seat Chair White  | 4.  Devil's Lake Hutch 

Find all the elements you need to cultivate your uniquely chic farmhouse kitchen at Cottage Home Furniture. To help you with ideas, check in frequently to Jennifer's Picks, our Pinterest page highlighting favorite cottage, lodge, farmhouse and beach house design ideas from our senior designer. Rustic comfort and timeless style come together in this country kitchen big enough to accommodate a large reclaimed wood farmhouse dining table. Customizable and classic, our extensive selection of farmhouse dining tables allows you to build your own table to your specific needs. Custom dimensions can be met, several barn wood and new wood types and finishes are available, company board extensions can be added, top shape and thickness can be specified - even the level of distressing can be tweaked. In short, your unique farmhouse table will fit your home to a tee. Extensions Further the farmhouse chic look with a traditional roomy beadboard front storage piece such as the customizable Devil's Lake Hutch. Combine wood bench seating with modern dining chairs for your own farmhouse flair: our Metal Bistro Wood Seat Chair also comes without a wood seat to suit your taste. And no matter if you prefer your farmhouse cottage kitchen lighting to show bling or brawn, the Auberge Iron Chandelier will lend your decor an unmistakably solid yet casual elegance reminiscent of a provincial bistro. Looking for more farmhouse living room ideas? Browse more of our get the look posts! [post_title] => Get the Look: Unique Farmhouse Chic [post_excerpt] => Rustic comfort and timeless style come together in this country kitchen big enough to accommodate a large reclaimed wood farmhouse dining table. Customizable and classic, our extensive selection of farmhouse dining tables allows you to build your own table to your specific needs. Custom dimensions can be met, several barn wood and new wood types and finishes are available, company board extensions can be added, top shape and thickness can be specified - even the level of distressing can be tweaked. In short, your unique farmhouse table will fit your home to a tee. Get The Look: Unique Farmhouse Chic #farmhousecottagechic #farmhousekitchen #reclaimedwooddiningtables http://cottagehomefurniture.com [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => open [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => get-the-look-unique-farmhouse-chic [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2020-02-06 15:33:16 [post_modified_gmt] => 2020-02-06 20:33:16 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => http://cottagehomefurniture.com/?p=8122 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw [post_icon] => ) [3] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 8106 [post_author] => 3304 [post_date] => 2018-12-12 13:01:03 [post_date_gmt] => 2018-12-12 18:01:03 [post_content] =>  

1.  Jack Red Ivory Hand Tufted Wool Rug  |  2. Half Penny Pendant  |  3. Country Classics Farmhouse Pedestal Table |  4. Camp Stool 

Remember hearing your mother lament about how everyone always ended up in the kitchen, no matter how she tried to shoo them out? Why fight it? This rambling farmhouse kitchen would not be complete -- nor as cozy -- without a comfortable dining nook. A large and welcoming farmhouse table invites family and friends to share a meal, talk about the day's events or even play a few hands of cards. With a country style table such as the Country Classics Farmhouse Pedestal Table as the focal point for your farmhouse dining nook, the rest of your gathering spot's decor will fall into place. This table is handcrafted from solid wood and available in several sizes and finishes. A built-in bench seat allows lots of perching space while additional stools and cottage style chairs can be moved, mixed or swapped out as needed. Pictured here is our uniquely styled Camp Counter Stool, handmade to order and available in over a dozen colors. Nothing welcomes you into a farmhouse kitchen like an old heirloom Oriental rug. Start your own tradition with the Jack Red Ivory Hand Tufted Wool Rug, richly hued and available in two additional colors. Keep accessorizing with our bright as a shiny new penny Half Penny Pendant Dining Table Light, the perfect solution for practical over the counter lighting with old farmhouse charm. View our other farmhouse and cottage lighting options here. Looking for more farmhouse kitchen nook ideas? Browse more of our get the look posts!   Photo credit: Country Living [post_title] => Get the Look: Farmhouse Kitchen Nook [post_excerpt] => Remember hearing your mother lament about how everyone always ended up in the kitchen, no matter how she tried to shoo them out? Why fight it? This rambling farmhouse kitchen would not be complete -- nor as cozy -- without a comfortable dining nook. A large and welcoming farmhouse table invites family and friends to share a meal, talk about the day's events or even play a few hands of cards. With a country style table such as the Country Classics Farmhouse Pedestal Table as the focal point for your farmhouse dining nook, the rest of your gathering spot's decor will fall into place. This table is handcrafted from solid wood and available in several sizes and finishes. #farmhousekitchen #kitchennook #farmhousetables #pedestaldiningtables http://cottagehomefurniture.com [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => open [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => get-the-look-farmhouse-kitchen-nook [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2020-02-06 15:38:03 [post_modified_gmt] => 2020-02-06 20:38:03 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => http://cottagehomefurniture.com/?p=8106 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw [post_icon] => ) [4] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 7934 [post_author] => 3304 [post_date] => 2017-05-18 16:47:21 [post_date_gmt] => 2017-05-18 20:47:21 [post_content] => Today's renewed interest in self-reliance through gardening means that your kitchen probably serves as a daily way station for fresh essential herbs, fruits, and veggies, en route from your modern victory garden to your dining table. Creating meals is more than enjoyable when your kitchen is light, bright, and trimly stocked with everything you need within handy reach. An inspirational kitchen like the one pictured here, which is big on function but small on space, is all the more impressive as it is actually part of a tiny 200 square foot home. Through just a few simple style decisions - heavy reliance on white surfaces, use of extra windows and placement of open, accessible shelving rather than cabinetry - a seeming abundance of elbow room welcomes the eye. The mixed media walls, done in gleaming white subway tiles as well as both rustic, unfinished and painted white barn board, deftly create a hybrid farmhouse cottage kitchen. And the contrasting vibrant color of the produce and plants in almost every nook make the roomscape anything but a whitewash.

What's your favorite food to grow at home?

Brought to you by Cottage Home – specializing in cottage furniture and farmhouse tables   Photo credit: Country Living [post_title] => Rooms to Love: Victory Kitchen [post_excerpt] => Creating meals is more than enjoyable when your kitchen is light, bright and trimly stocked with everything you need within handy reach. Don't shy away from displaying fresh and essential herbs, fruits and veggies in your kitchen, like a way station between your victory garden and your dining table. #cottagekitchens #farmhousekitchen #barnboard #subwaytile cottagehomefurniture.com [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => open [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => rooms-to-love-victory-kitchen [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2020-02-06 16:02:34 [post_modified_gmt] => 2020-02-06 21:02:34 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => http://cottagehomefurniture.com/?p=7934 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw [post_icon] => ) [5] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 7736 [post_author] => 3304 [post_date] => 2016-03-09 13:23:24 [post_date_gmt] => 2016-03-09 18:23:24 [post_content] =>

Sky blue turns heads.  The color of the walls in this farmhouse kitchen play against white tile and cabinetry to energize the space in a quietly fresh way. Crisp and clean, this eat-in kitchen gives off an orderly confidence without looking contrived, a magical element of the Scandinavian style. Drawing from both traditional and modern styles, key architectural elements in this kitchen mesh without giving pause.

A gorgeous white antique enameled corner fireplace rules this cheery kitchen, where everything has its place, from the aqua pitcher and herbs to the incredibly mod pinecone lighting fixture.  The weathered farmhouse table grounds the area with its sturdy earthiness and ungrudgingly gives over the spotlight to the glitzy lamp. The shiny coat of white paint on the dining chairs furthers the kitchen's signature lightness. The lesson here is to mix and match without fear, from antique with modern to linear with ornate, simply taking care to keep clutter out of the equation and to have fun.

Are you a fan of the Scandinavian style?

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1. Brushed Nickel Pendant, 12-108″H (Adjustable) x 12″W  |  2. Cottage Style Wall Decor, Redding Clock, Please call for details  |  3. Orleans Side Chair, 21″W x 19″D x 38″H. Seat: 16″D, As Shown: Maple Wood, Rush Seat, Painted Blackberry, Light Rub/Distressed Finish  |  4. Sebago Lake Hutch, 47″W x 22.25″D x 85″H, As Shown: Standard Dimensions, Flat Panel Back, Screen Mesh Doors, Standard Metal Hinges, Metal Pulls, Wood Knobs, Painted Four Leaf, Medium Rub/Glaze/Distressed Finish  |  5. Moosehead Lake Trestle Table, Customizable, As Shown: 60"L x 36"W x 30"H, Standard 1" Top, Painted Linen, Light Rub/Glaze/Distressed Finish  |  6. Black Iola Vinyl Floor Cloth

Have you seen our vinyl floor cloths yet? They come in so many colors & patterns and are the perfect accessory for your cottage style decor. For today's Inspiration Board, we chose the classic white and ivory checker pattern to set the tone for this farmhouse kitchen. The trestle table is the perfect design for a banquette seating area, because the slender base makes it easy to get in and around the feet. For additional seating we recommend the Orleans chair with rush seats, and painted black for contrast against the ivory table. To add storage space, and a splash of color in the black and white motif, we chose the Seabago Lake Hutch, painted in a rustic finish for that farmhouse style charm.

What is your favorite farmhouse piece in today's Inspiration Board?

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This cozy country home has so much style in such a small space. Primitive country accents, including the needlepoint pillow, checkered drapes, and roughly painted end tables, are carefully arranged throughout the open concept family room for a homey, lived in feel.  The architecture in this home is a beautiful blend of old and new. Rustic elements, like the stone hearth, old pine flooring, and reclaimed wood loft blend seamlessly with polished elements, like the crisp kitchen cabinetry, and beadboard walls. A perfect concoction of new and old in this tiny country cabin.

What is your favorite primitive country accent?

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1. What size farmhouse table do I need?

The ideal dining table size for you depends upon the number of people you seat most days, as well as the size of your room or dining area. This chart shows recommended table sizes based upon number of people for both round tables and rectangular tables with a width of 36”- 42”.
# of people Seats comfortably Workable size
4 4' rect / 48" round  42" round
6 6' rect / 60" round 5' rect / 54" round
8 8' rect / 72" round 7' rect / 66" round
10 10' rect 9' rect
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