This open plan dining room allows for easy transition between the kitchen and dining spaces, while exposed beam vaulted ceilings give the rooms a spacious look. Natural light streams through windows on both sides of the room, illuminating the dark brown dining table and chairs. A globe chandelier adds a modern touch.
Bright Pink Fireplace in Industrial Modern Dining Room
A bright pink fireplace is the focal point of this modern dining room. A light wood dining table pairs with a matching wood bench and sleek metal armchairs. Concrete floors and gray tile walls complete the industrial look of the space.
Dark furnishings with Danish modern lines blend seamlessly with the traditional farmhouse architecture of this light-filled, modern dining room. Throughout the home, soft contemporary colors and modern furniture updates the space for a 21st-century family. Trim is darker than the walls, creating a crisp effect that makes the space stand out.
Modern Gray Dining Room with Black Dining Table with Red Dining Chairs and Benches
This crisp, distinct and striking dining area is at once simple and complex. Simple in that very few items appear in the space. Complex in that the design elements are chosen to stand out while also coming together as a lovely whole. The red dining chars add a punch of color in the otherwise black-and-white themed space.
Floral Chairs and Glass Accents in Modern Dining Room
This dining room relies on a few well-placed bold choices, including a gorgeous vintage chandelier, vibrant fabric for the dining chairs and a geometric arrangement of Chagall lithographs that create another focal point. A large vintage mirror adds glamour and enlarges the room.
A long, modern dining table surrounded by Eames molded plastic side chairs has a view to the courtyard surrounding this modern, glass-walled house on Lake Lugano, Switzerland. The 3,658-square-foot structure was designed by architect Milan Jacopo Mascheroni and completed in 2010.
Modern Dining Room With Metallic Textured Wallpaper
Designer Nathalie Tremblay opened up and moved walls to create this L-shaped kitchen/dining area for clients who love to entertain. An L shape keeps the hosts near their guests while cooking, and still allows guests to eat without feeling like they're on top of the stove.