A red wall fills this space with color. A gold screen divides the open concept living room and dining room. A modern chandelier with pillar candles illuminates the dining space's interesting table. The table's glass top showcases a layer of rock under the tabletop surface.
The large dining table in the dining area of this beach house pulls in the feel of the sea with the intricate detail in the backs of the dining chairs, while the fixture above the table adds elegance to the design of the space.
Bring the natural beauty of the coast inside by incorporating beach-inspired elements, like this driftwood-toned wooden table and sea-colored glassware. The seascape painting above the mantel reminds you that the water is never far away.
A wrought iron chandelier with candle-like lights accents this English-style dining room. Straffordshire China in country blue lines the shelves of a wide buffet table behind a long dining table and Windsor dining chairs.
A long wood dining room table is flanked by 10 upholstered chairs. A modern geometric silver chandelier hangs from the ceiling above the table, which uses two white pillar candles as a centerpiece. Along one wall is a cabinet unit that provides plenty of storage for this dining space.
In this open plan neutral dining room, a whimsical chalkboard on the wall provides the perfect spot for writing up the menu. Boldly patterned black and white curtains add visual interest without taking over the space.
A low-hanging crystal chandelier hangs above a dining room table, covered in a white tablecloth and silver runner. Blue candles and a centerpiece made of silver ornamental pieces add a more formal touch to the casual space.
This dining room proves that mealtime can still be a formal affair. The long dining table is set with flowers and candles, while a series of pendant lights illuminate the table setting from above. Retro wall screens add interest around the chic gray room.
Select stones are pulled forward in the stone accent wall to add texture and provide ledges for candles. The transoms above the doors allow more sunlight into the rooms, which is helpful for illumination and heat in the home located two hours north of Toronto.
The transformation of the dining room is considerable – with dramatic improvements to the built-in cabinets, new window treatments and an impressive chandelier. Decorative iron sconces with pillar candles accentuate the newly enlarged archway.