This table design is a classic. Needless to say, I won't claim it to be my own, as it belongs to everyone. The legs are Hepplewhite, he being one of the "big three" of English furniture designers to have a major influence on early American styles. (The other two were Sheraton and Chippendale.) These legs are simple and elegant: square and tapered toward the foot, with a full mortice and tenon joint pinning the apron.
The design's simplicity also lends itself to adaptability, both in size and use. The pictured one is large (44 x 96 x 30 high) and seats eight to ten. But it can be scaled down to a simple square table for breakfast or for an apartment.
Pictured in cherry---other woods easily done. The simplicity also lends itself to very reasonable pricing, depending on size and woods. Please inquire.