In a smaller room, choosing a few pieces of furniture and one or two items for visual interest can help keep the space from feeling cluttered. Here, the simple but stylish banquette, table and chairs let the gorgeous ocean view take center stage.
A square, wooden dining table offers a nice view while comfortably seating eight guests. The apartment's floor plan influenced the design of the dining space as an intimate space within the open layout. Custom mirrors visually highlight the dining area and reflect light, the beautiful outdoor views and the sculptural pendant light.
Boule chandeliers glimmer against the Phillip Jeffries wallpaper in this sleek New York dining room. Curves dominate the space, found in the lighting, the round mirror and the soft curve of the chair backs. The sheen of the fabrics and wallcovering reflect the light that enters the space through massive steel-encased windows.
Reclaimed wood wraps the breakfast bar in this contemporary beachside condominium, bringing the space a rustic warmth that fits its setting. Meanwhile, Mid-Century Modern furniture rests alongside cool stone and concrete surfaces, creating an interesting mix that gains richness through its layers.
Glass balcony panels overlook the living room below and allow natural light from the transom windows to reach the dining room. Chrome base dining furniture gives the space a contemporary feel. The turquoise rug adds a rich pop of color.
Dramatic art and lighting steals the show in this clean, contemporary dining room. Windows on all sides of the space bring in loads of natural light and offer great views of the backyard. A dark wood dining table with a clean metal base is set off by four plush, yet spare chairs with midcentury styling.
An open concept kitchen flows seamlessly into this dining area, which features a long dining table and sleek dining chairs. Three pendants provide stylish lighting, and a large window offers stunning views.
As seen on Home Town, the Walker's Laurel, MS existing dining room was cold and uninviting was a dark stain on the existing wood floor and a single door in the wall to access the wall paneled kitchen. After the renovations, their dining room now flows right into the large kitchen and features the original hardwood floor refinished, updated furnishings, a custom built white oak buffet table and a custom designed wallpaper wall that host Erin Napier hand drew and sent off to have the wallpaper created for the Walker residence.