This slate gray dining room features dual French doors with windows for abundant natural light. Its rustic wooden dining table is illuminated by a candelabra-style chandelier and provides seating for eight with its upholstered dining chairs.
Just off the sunroom, the modern dining room has comfortable seating for six. With an open concept floor plan and the back wall being made of glass, this space gets plenty of natural light, keeping it warm and bright.
This sophisticated dining room knows how to pair patterns: First, keep them in the same color scheme (here it's gray and white). Next, choose prints in different scales: a big, airy diamond-pattern for the rug, a more elaborate smaller-scale design for the curtains.
A round dining table offers space for additional guests and takes advantage of a covered area of the patio -- a perfect dining spot, even in the event of rain. A large lantern-style pendant light fits with the era of the home and matches sconce lighting near the exterior doors.
Texture and pattern is an integral part of the house's design. In the welcoming dining room, exposed brick, a custom hexagonal wall mural and modern art is on full view. Eames chairs surround the sleek wood table and a geometric light fixture illuminates the space.
Surrounded by windows, this dining room is illuminated with natural sunlight. The circular table fills the space well with plenty of floor space remaining for comfortably maneuvering through the room. A pendant light centers the room while an area rug adds a touch of color.
A slate-gray stone accent wall becomes the star attraction in this dining room, thanks to the simple styling of the space. It's a great example of how layers of texture make a neutral space so visually interesting.
A bank of tall cabinets create an easy boundary between the kitchen and dining room. The fact that they stop short of the ceiling keeps the visual flow between the two areas and allows for maximum natural light to filer through.