Contemporary furnishings pair with traditional architecture to create a transitional look in this home. Round light fixtures mimic the shape of the dining table for a cohesive design in the dining area.
A cedar ceiling is paired with cedar walls and floors to create rustic appeal in this spacious eat-in kitchen. A casual dining area and a trio of barstools at the island provide adequate seating for the family-friendly space.
To give the family another dining option, designers created a casual eating area with access to the home's wine cellar. This space is a little more fun, with a more modern table and chairs and colorful floor tiles. The space also has access to the home's al fresco entertaining space through a set of French doors, which could be left open so the room could serve as overflow space for a large party.
A tulip table and six chairs ensure plenty of room for guests at this dinner table. Thanks to their white cushions and wood legs, the chairs easily complement both the modern kitchen nearby and the home's wood floors and trim.
This lovely country kitchen features a soft color palette with cream walls, dusty blue cabinets and a sage green island. A casual dining area with country-style wood furniture completes the charming design.
A casual dining area provides the perfect place for morning coffee or a quick bite in this contemporary kitchen. Stylish gray leather chairs surround the small glass dining table, and two drum pendant lights illuminate the space.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah transformed a cramped basement into an open and chic multi-use family room. A small dining area was added for casual weekend pizza nights or extra seating for large gatherings.
To expand the seating options in this kitchen, designers from America's Most Desperate Kitchens created a small, casual table that connects to the larger, more formal one. This gives the homeowners the option of using the smaller table when they are home alone and simply want a casual meal or expanding their entertaining space, using both the larger table and the smaller table concurrently.
Not only does the home feature a formal dining room, but it also boasts a casual dining area just outside the kitchen. A sleek white table and clean-lined leather chairs create a contemporary aesthetic.
Just off the kitchen and family room areas, this casual dining space feels open and bright, thanks to the open concept floor plan and the large window in the side wall of the space. Though the furniture in this room is traditional, the space is not. This elegant dining area allows guests and family members alike to enjoy their meals while remaining a part of the rest of the home's common spaces. This luxury is something that the formal dining room does not boast, allowing the casual dining area to be both a great place for a quiet breakfast and an extension of the home's entertaining space.
Just outside the wet bar, the home features a chic dining area with a round table and four low-profile chairs. A stunning globe chandelier hangs above the table, serving as the focal point of the room.
This cozy olive green dining area adjacent to the kitchen is anchored by a vintage table in chrome and glass. A sustainably crafted bench seats three guests comfortably, while vintage Wegner-inspired dining chairs seat two more.
This vintage modern kitchen is as functional as it is beautiful. White cabinets pair with white stone countertops for a timeless look, while a black range hood overhead provides a retro touch. A lovely dining area behind the island allows the chef to prep, cook and entertain all in one spot.
This home has a great sense of flow, as the living room easily transitions into the dining area. Here, a tulip table, cushioned banquette and several bright red chairs encourage the owners and their guests to take a seat and enjoy a quick bite.