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Oak Table

There’s no denying it. Wood furniture has a very special feeling about it. That feeling of rustic stability and a sense of comfort that comes from being around wood furniture, like an oak table, is true whether a person is dining at a table or even just spending time in a room filled with wood furnishings. It’s probably the fact of wood’s natural origins that makes it so comforting to be around, as well as its natural beauty. Certainly, there are many wonderful ways to decorate a room, but choosing a table in oak to round out a dining area or even an office is a can’t lose option, to be sure.

Some offices go for a feeling of strict functionality with hard-edged pieces in metal and plastic. Though the modern look can be very effective, there’s also something to be said for building a home office around pieces that add a sense of comfort and ease to the workday. The Phoenix Collection has writing desks in oak veneers over hardwood that bring country charm to the office. Knotty finishes and an earthy feel make this desk an irresistible addition. The raw simplicity of this desk’s design makes it a down-home classic. Pair this charmer with a wood chair in rustic white for a winning combination.

The warmth and solidity of an oak table makes it a natural for the dining room, too. The Dakota furniture line has dining tables in oak veneers over pine that are finished in two tones of deep ebony and harvest oak. These dining tables have depth and character that create an incredibly inviting dining area. These tables coordinate beautifully with rustic furniture or even more modern choices. Now, work up the guest list. It’s time to invite friends over for dinner on this beauty of a table. Round out the scene with a choice of high-backed chairs in oak, to create an utterly stellar setting.

When it’s time to add extra warmth to the home or office, check out the styles in an oak table today, at Macy’s.