Table Tops.

As you may recall, when it came to picking a dining room table for my open concept kitchen/ dining area I chose to design my own table with the amazing team at Huston & Company in Kennebunkport, Maine.  Since then they have added the Gates table to their repertoire (and website) and since then have made quite a few for clients all over the country! Each one is custom and unique to the style and needs of each client (the real beauty of handmade, custom furniture) and this collection of images shows all the variations they’ve gone in size, shape and stain color!  I’m working on a new design- a desk- that plays off this style mixed with some campaign influence that we will release in the coming months! I’m so excited!

Here’s the original that sits in my own house:


Wellesley, MA- rectangle table (no leaves) 80″ x 55″ in white oak with dark walnut stain (and check out that light fixture too!)


Wellesley, MA- oval table 75″ x 48″ in red oak with dark walnut stain. (This happens to be a client of mine)


New York, NY- 48″ x 36″ rectangle in white oak with custom wenge stain.



Glencoe, IL- 64″ round in white oak, custom whitewash stain (just like mine).


Newtonville, MA- 73″ diameter round in ash with custom oak stain and removable lazy susan.


Cutchogue, NY- A rectangle version 64″ x 44″ with to 13″ leaves and inlay detail.


(in process in the shop with one leaf)


It’s so fun for me to see how all these different people customized my design.  I love, love, loved working with these guys and if you have any custom furniture needs contact them for more information!


  1. Love all the variations. Might need to check one out for my narrow kitchen banquette situation. Erin, do you know the average turnaround on them?

  2. I was just searching your site yesterday for that table! It is absolutely beautiful and I wanted to show my husband who is a furniture builder.

  3. Okay – that has to be the coolest thing to see how people were able to take your design and customize it in so many ways. I loved the lines of your table, but need a rectangle for our kitchen and couldn’t envision the curved legs with a squared top. Now that I see it I absolutely love it!

  4. I am the proud owner of one of these tables (Newton). A friend of mine who reads this blog referred me to the table when I was searching for the perfect, yet elusive, round table for our home. I can’t say enough good things about Huston & Company. They are amazing to work with, and the quality of our table is absolutely outstanding. I got to visit their shop and it was a meaningful experience to see the craftsmanship first hand. Erin – thank you for designing such a beautiful table! We love our table and can’t wait to finish decorating our new dining room.

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  7. This was very cool to see… My name is on every one of these tables! So much hard work, and lots of time perfecting the process! Glad to see these tables are so well received.

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