To create an indoor-outdoor feel in the dining room and kitchen, designers used ten foot high stacking glass panel doors. This wall showcases the aged, white French Oak floors and custom table in the dining room, creating a seamless entertaining space for the homeowners.
This room is both a library and a dining room. It features a built-in bookcase with custom millwork, a buffet and niche for art. The look is modern with touches of Asian influence. The dining chairs are also custom and feature Lee Jofa linen velvet with brass nailheads on the back that complement the modern fixture above the table. The window-side table is the final custom piece with a gray marble top and steel base.
Martha Leone created a custom credenza to serve as a buffet and storage piece over in the dining area. The space also includes a midcentury light fixture, reclaimed wood table and a bench for stylish seating.
The cabinets were custom crafted by Benchcraft Custom Woodwork, out of Rift Sawn Oak finished in a warm grey stain. The accented island in grey creates the perfect backdrop for The Artistic Tile Estrella Silver Blend, adding sparkle and dimension. The Perimeter Stone is Pietra de Cardosa and the island stone is Blanco Karibib edged in a reverse bevel. The bright red Currey Pendants add a touch of whimsy amidst the neutral sophistication while in contrast, The Dorrivracht faucet adds a bit of edginess.
In dining rooms, art is used to create a focal point and also provoke conversation from guests seated at the table. Consider a youthful, cheery approach to dining room art by having children’s art professionally mounted and framed with grown-up material. Instead of museum glass, opt for non-glare acrylic which is kid-safe and easy to clean.
As seen on HGTV's Home Town, Hosts Ben and Erin Napier renovated the dining room and revealed all the original wall paneling that was originally on the walls in the Rahaim residence. The dining table was a project that homeowner Cassidy Rahaim and Host Ben Napier worked on together as a gift for homeowner Robyn.
To ensure that the homeowners could enjoy their dining room, regardless of being in a wheelchair or prosthetics, the designers had a dining table built custom. Navy slipper chairs provide chic, yet comfortable seating, while vibrant artwork completes the stunning aesthetic.
A custom 10-foot wing table fits this narrow space perfectly, allowing plenty of room for dining without visually crowding the room. Upholstered stools provide comfy, casual seating, and a dramatic chandelier offers an air of elegance.
A stunning, custom wood table is the focal point in this crisp white, contemporary dining room. Floor to ceiling windows allow gorgeous natural light to fill the space while a metal and rope chandelier adds some rustic flair.
Warm wood tones, muted gray-greens and charcoal exemplify the casual, comfortable vibe of this pub-inspired dining room. The custom bar includes four pro-quality taps, white subway tile backsplash and a custom shelf with under-lighting that illuminate bottles or decorative items. A chalkboard accent wall is the perfect spot for homeowners to add a personal touch, while stamped-tin ceiling tiles bring historic character to the space.
This contemporary dining area features a custom-built table made from FSC-certified woods. The other gray dining chairs are from Minneapolis-based Blu Dot, and the painting is by Ray Becoskie. The neutral furnishings paired with pops of cool green, blue and yellow create a space that’s bright and energetic.
The dining table was actually made custom by designer Sarah Barnard, and features a chrome base with an oval-shaped slab of porcelain. Notice how she complemented the table's shape with a round chandelier as well.