When the design team couldn't find a coffee table large enough for the living room, they created a custom-sized table by grouping two industrial-looking tables made from rebar and used glass for the top.
This modern kitchen has a custom bar with Richard Bettinger art as the surface and a 3 form resin on the front for added texture. The rest of the space is kept simple and white with little adornment to let the table do all the talking.
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.
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.
This bold living room is furnished almost entirely in blue, white and black. A black metal table holds a collection of books and white coral while the gold chandelier and white drapes add even more drama to the glamorous space.
To create the custom kitchen table, designers use the bases for two vintage Saarinen Tulip table. Then, they added a reclaimed Douglas Fir top. Surrounding the table, designers brought in ten vintage Hans Wegner chairs, and for the finishing touch, a Lindsay Adelman chandelier gives the space a splash of modern design.
To spruce up the dining room in this home, the once tiered floor was leveled out and new flooring was installed in the space. Joanna brought in a custom made table with seating for eight and added a new chandelier to play off the natural light from the windows. In the back of the space, a rustic buffet rests under three circular wall hanging planters, further updating the space. As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
What was once a small cold entryway and sunroom is now a new dining room that sits behind the Miller family's living room. Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri, from HGTV's Cousins On Call, tore down the old wall and french doors that separated the two rooms, as well as the old ceiling. With a taller ceiling, and new wooden support beam, this room is not only twice the size, but it makes the whole house feel larger and brighter. The dining room table was made by the cousins themselves, and the chairs and accessories are CB2.
For the new craft room, converted from a former breakfast room, Joanna Gaines commissioned a custom work table from furniture artisan Clint Harp. The 4' by 4' table has integrated shelf units that serve as supports at two corners.
The custom mobile dangling above the cafe eating area was created using vintage technical manuals and architectural drawings. The cafe tables utilize the shorter lengths of scrap timber to showcase scientific objects arranged under glass.
This stylish dining room features a table from the homeowner's mother that was refinished to fit the modern look of the space. White leather chairs are positioned around the table, while a rectangular crystal chandelier hangs above. A framed photo of a tree with red leaves adds a pop of color.
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.
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.
This home's kitchen renovations include the tearing down of two walls, a custom kitchen island, metal cabinets, stainless appliances and a glass beam table with reclaimed black walnut benches, as seen on HGTV's House Crashers.