Textured wallpaper is a sophisticated backdrop to this otherwise funky dining room design, featuring shades of gray and orange. A white chandelier hangs over a round table with chairs painted white and upholstered in orange leather.
In the dining area, a modern, marble top dining table and leather Poliform chairs provide stylish seating that help to keep an open, airy feeling in the space. Floating above the modern addition is a series of three George Nelson pendants add texture and warmth to the design of the home.
Designer Tyler Karu wanted a statement piece for the light fixture above the dining table. She chose this tall, vintage pendant because of its scale and slightly gothic style that works with the eclectic design of the loft.
In the dining room that separates the kitchen and the living room, designers brought in a fun, wood buffet. The design of the wood on the front of the buffet gives a nod to driftwood that could be found on the beach, adding texture to the space's design. To finish off the nautical feel of the room, a centerpiece was crafted out of seashells, coral and fishing net.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson updated this boring dining room with stylish, mid-century modern decor. Vintage oval mirrors and blue floating cabinets are a chic complement to the refurbished antique dining chairs Sarah found at a local thrift store. New french doors replace the room's old windows to allow plenty of natural light in this bright, open space.
Benches are built right into the curving perimeter wall of this Porto Rafael veranda, creating a great spot for lounging and enjoying the gorgeous Mediterranean views. The property includes three villas, one main manor and two annexes, all nestled into the lush Sardinian landscape.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson accented this chic antique sideboard with a small gallery wall of black and white vintage photographs. An added chair rail allowed Sarah to play with two different patterns of wallpaper—a bold, linear design below and a natural, whimsical print above.
In HGTV Design Star season 4, Dan and Nathan painted an unexpected and bold graphical design across the walls and floor of this dining room. An extra seating area is accented with warm wood to complement the daring paint treatment.
As seen on HGTV's Vacation House for Free, the modern design in this space makes the dining room feel formal. The unique table chairs, as well as the metallic chandelier and candlesticks and neutral colors help to carry the design forward.
In the dining room, designers blended traditional elements with modern features to create a sophisticated, contemporary space. The neutral color palette in the space reflects the light that spills into the space, making it feel bright, while the traditional elements-the table and wall art-make the space warm and inviting. To tie the space together, the a mirror hanging on the wall match the dining chairs, creating unity in the space.
Homeowners wanted a modern design in their outdated backyard, so designers included fun, outdoor friendly, modern chairs to complete the modern, granite outdoor dining table, creating a durable, yet stylish addition to this outdoor oasis.
The overall layout and flow of the dining room breaks down traditional barriers and connects each guest to the chef, to the liveliness of shared meals and to the appreciation for history throughout the building. The dining zones were strategically designed to support the choreography of the chef’s team. The dining area was also designed to lead the guest’s journey to the big arrivals of the experience: a central glass wine room sitting grandly along the historic brick and — most importantly — the striking open kitchen, which is thrust center stage.
As seen on HGTV's hit show, Fixer Upper, the rustic table is accented by metal chairs and a modern centerpiece and lit by a modern chandelier, giving this dining room space a rustic, modern design that complements that of the adjacent kitchen. A gallery wall behind the table gives the space a focal point, while the striped rug beneath the table helps make this otherwise formal dining area a bit more casual.