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Collection: Light Oak Dining Room Tables

Why choose a light oak dining table?

Timeless Aesthetic: Modern light oak dining tables have a classic and timeless appearance that effortlessly blend into a range interior design styles, from traditional to modern and everything in between.

Versatility: Light oak dining furniture complements a wide range of color palettes, allowing you to change your dining room decor without worrying about the table clashing with new design choices.

Durability: Oak is a hardwood known for its durability and resistance to wear and tear. Easy to maintain, a solid oak dining table can last for generations!

Natural Beauty: The natural light wood patterns and texture of oak wood create a visually appealing and inviting surface that adds warmth to the dining area.

Sturdiness: Solid oak is a sturdy wood, making it a reliable choice for a dining table that can withstand regular use, including meals and gatherings.

Easy Maintenance: Our Oak dining sets are relatively easy to clean and maintain. Regular dusting and occasional polishing can keep its appearance looking great.

Is a light oak dining table the right choice for you?

The main differences between Tasmanian oak and American oak lie in their origin and characteristics:

Criteria Light Oak Dark Oak
Colour and Aesthetics Light oak has a pale, almost golden hue. It tends to have a more airy and casual appearance, creating a sense of brightness and openness in the room. It is often associated with a classic, timeless look. Dark oak has a richer, deeper brown colour with more pronounced grain patterns. It offers a more formal and sophisticated appearance. Dark oak can give a sense of elegance and depth to a space.
Interior Styles Light oak dining tables are versatile and blend well with a variety of interior styles, from traditional to Scandinavian, coastal, and even modern farmhouse. They create a relaxed and inviting atmosphere. Dark oak dining tables tend to be better suited for formal or traditional interiors. They work well in spaces that lean towards classic, rustic, or even upscale and refined styles.
Room Mood Light oak tables can make a room feel more spacious and airy. They are particularly well-suited for smaller dining areas or rooms with limited natural light, as they reflect light and create a brighter atmosphere. Dark oak tables add a sense of coziness and intimacy to a room. They make a larger space feel more grounded and warm. However, they might not be the best choice for already dimly lit rooms.
Maintenance and Wear Scratches and wear might be less noticeable on a light oak table due to its lighter colour. However, spills and stains could be more apparent. Regular cleaning and maintenance are important. Dark oak can hide minor scratches and wear better, but might show dust and light-coloured spills more prominently. Regular cleaning and occasional polishing are necessary to maintain its appearance.
Versatility Light oak tables are versatile in terms of pairing with various decor elements and colour schemes. They allow more flexibility for updating the room's style over time. Dark oak tables are more specific in terms of matching with decor. They might limit your options when it comes to changing the room's colour scheme or design theme such as the mid-century dining room.


What does 'pre-ordering' mean and how long does it take?

Pre-ordering allows you to purchase a product from a shipment that has not yet arrived in the country. This allows us to save on storage and handling costs - a saving that we pass directly on to you. Delivery times vary from product-to-product, with an average wait time of 4-6 weeks. To check a specific products pre-order date, navigate to the product and look for the 'Consignment Date' next to the Pre-Order button.

How do I know what size and shape dining table is best for my needs?

The key considerations when choosing a dining table are the shape and size of the room it's going into, and the number of guests you plan on having seated in the room. Round Dining Tables are popular in small spaces, whereas if you want flexibility for entertaining then our range of Extension Dining Tables might be more appropriate. 

All of our tables have a seating chart showing you how many seats of each kind can fit around the table. Simply navigate to the page of the table you are interested in and click on the 'Product Sheet' button, which will open up a sheet with all of the details of the product including the seating chart. 

If I order a light oak dining table and light oak dining chairs, can I get a package deal?

We work to ensure that with our direct relationship with our factories, as well as our pre-order model, we are always offering you the best possible value. If you are interested in purchasing a dining set and chairs together, please check out our Dining Set Builder. When buying a set, you automatically receive 20% off the Buy Now price of the product, with expedited priority shipping. Any seasonal discounts or promotions are automatically applied to Dining Sets, so you'll always be getting the best possible deal. 

What delivery options are available?

We offer a range of delivery options that vary based on your location and the service levels available. Most metro areas offer a standard two-man delivery service into your room of choice, and have assembly and carton removal available as additional services. You can check the delivery options available to your specific location at checkout, or by contacting our friendly team. 

Are ordered light oak dining table and chairs pre-assembled?

Oak dining tables come flat packed to save of space and cost of storage and delivery. They require minimal assembly - simply attach the legs to the table top with the hardware kit provided. Some tables, like our Oscar Round Glass Dining Table in Solid Oak have more intricate designs which require additional assembly instructions. For more information on a given products assembly instructions, check the specifications of the specific product in question. 

All of our chairs come fully assembled to ensure that the utmost care and precision is put into assembly. This allows us to ensure all chairs meet our rigorous durability standards.

If for any reason you are unable to assemble the furniture yourself, we offer furniture assembly services as part of our delivery options. 

How can I see your light oak dining tables before I purchase?

We offer a range of opportunities for customers to engage with our products. Customers in NSW or Victoria can visit one of our showrooms in the Supa Centa, Moore Park or Church St, Richmond respectively. For those unable to visit we have a range of digital services including Video Consultations, Virtual and Augmented Reality models of the product accessible via the product detail page or our Dining Set Builder page. We can also happily send you a Free Timber or Material Sample so you can see the materials in person before you commit to your purchase.

What kind of rug would suit a light oak dining room?

Colour Harmony:

Complement the light oak dining table by choosing a rug that complements its colour. Consider earthy tones like beige, light gray, soft blues, or warm neutrals. These colours will harmonize well with the light oak and create a cohesive look.

Size Matters:

Make sure the rug is large enough to accommodate the dining table and chairs, even when the chairs are pulled out for seating. Ideally, the rug should extend at least 2 feet beyond the edges of the table to allow enough space for chairs.

Texture and Material:

Opt for a rug with a texture that balances the smooth surface of the oak table. Natural fibers like wool, jute, or sisal can add a touch of warmth and contrast. Textured rugs also help to define the dining area.

Pattern and Design:

If you prefer a patterned rug, choose one that complements the overall style of the room. Geometric patterns, subtle stripes, or simple motifs can work well. Avoid overly busy patterns that might clash with the table or overwhelm the space.


Consider a rug that's easy to clean, especially since dining areas can be prone to spills. Look for rugs with stain-resistant treatments or materials that are easier to spot clean.

Style Compatibility:

Select a rug that aligns with the overall style of your dining room. For a light oak dining room, styles like classic, farmhouse, Scandinavian, or transitional can work well. The rug should enhance the ambiance you want to create.

Visual Impact:

If you want to create a focal point in the dining area, consider a rug with a bolder design or a pop of colour. Just ensure it doesn't overpower the light oak table.

Understated Elegance:

A simple, neutral rug can provide a backdrop that allows the light oak table and other decor elements to shine. This approach works well if you want to create a calm and serene atmosphere.

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