A built-in banquette brings an explosion of color to this dining nook. A white tulip table centers the space, with a singular mustard yellow bucket chair offering an extra seat. Simple, modern art decorates the walls.
The clients needed a small dining table for special occasions. They had the brilliant idea to create a pedestal coffee table for everyday use that could be transformed into a dining table with semi-circlular leaves.
This newly remodeled dining room is a big transformation from the original 1970's cramped space, The use of slip covered chairs and extra long drapes softens the space and it gives it a cozy feel, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
Making the most of this loft's small size, a dining nook is a valuable addition to the living space. A window seat was turned into a banquette, while a pair of upholstered chairs round out the dining area's seating options.
A graceful archway invites diners to relax in the casual dining area under the intricate penn shell chandelier. Curtains covering a wall of windows and doors can be opened to allow natural lighting in or drawn to create a more intimate dining setting.
The couple went for an everyday dining space with supercharged style, and even afternoon snacks feel special. They did a built-in banquette with dark blue cushions, pillows with punchy patterns, and a gorgeous bone-inlay table by Bernhardt. The chandelier has gooseneck-style arms reminiscent of a curved lamppost — extra charm!