Dining Tables

Oak Dining Tables
Our oak dining tables are handcrafted with traditional techniques, using the highest quality American White Oak. The tables feature either an oil or a lacquer finish that allows the warm colour and the natural grain pattern of the oak shine through.

Oak is a hardwood and makes the most durable and long-lasting furniture that will still look stylish even after years of use. We pride ourselves on our affordable prices and undeniable quality.

Dining Table Sizes
At Fortune Woods we have a wide range of oak dining tables to suit every space requirement. If you're considering entertaining varying numbers of guests, we have D-End, flip top and extending table ranges to meet all your dining needs. We also offer fixed size, round and standard tables. We understand the importance of choosing the right dining room table as it is usually the room's focal point.

Start Shopping With Us Today
For stylish and practical dining room table choices, why shop anywhere else? Our knowledgeable team of sales staff are always ready to help and offer advice on the dining table that will best suit your individual requirements. If you have a question, don't hesitate to ask. You can browse our online collection or visit one of our local Fortune Woods showrooms at your convenience.

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Was : £1,022.95

Now : £499.00

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Customer Testimonials

I will be recommending you to family and friends. I am delighted with my nest of tables, video unit and the bookcase. Georgia West-Kinsley

Superb service, speedy delivery, perfect quality packaging? How could I possibly have wanted any more? James Cobbler