In this transitional dining room, the carpet was replaced with hardwood flooring and the walls received new coats of paint in gray and white to resemble wainscoting. The original furniture looks more modern within its new setting. New window treatments, artwork and flowers bring an airy feel to the room.
A dark wood dining room table with a 42-inch round top allows Matt and Jodi to seat four to six people for meals. Round tables in small spaces are the best solution since there are no hard corners to crowd space needed for chairs. To ground the area and delineate it from the family room and office zones, a shag rug in the same shade of peacock blue was centered in the space.
Designers added a blue-gray wall to this space in order to create a divide between the new living and dining rooms. The existing carpet was removed and natural hardwood floors were installed, in addition to a mustard yellow area rug and stainless steel dining table. White and brown geometric curtains frame the dining room window.
A classic, tiered chandelier hangs above an elegant dining room table in this traditional dining area with dark green wallpaper. Eight upholstered dining chairs in floral print circle the traditional, wooden dining table, all positioned on top of textured, neutral carpeting.
Floral wallpaper makes a dramatic statement in this traditional dining room. A classic dining table and chairs is highlighted by a stunning crystal chandelier. Apple green carpet and curtains pick up shades from the wallpaper.
This colorful dining room features a mid-century modern white table and vibrant orange chairs with blue, green and yellow carpet tiles underneath. Hardwood floors are visible throughout the remaining space, while a bench seat with storage is located next to the window area, making it the perfect spot for enjoying natural light.
This eye-catching dining room with a black and white color scheme features a variety of geometric shapes captured in the furnishings. The white Panton chairs are contorted to fit the body and accent the pendant light. Square frames have circular mirror cutouts and adorn the all-white walls. Gray shag carpeting adds texture to the room.
The dining area of the loft was decorated with a hand-loomed silk and Tibetan wool carpet, original oil artwork, upholstered bench seating paired with custom side chairs, a metallic and capiz shell chandelier, a carved floor lamp, a tall Chinese dragon vase and custom draperies that frame the spectacular view of the river below.
Complementary shades of blue and orange decorate this inspired dining space. Orange carpet tiles by Flor anchor the eating area, which features a long, rustic-industrial table matched with chairs in two metallic finishes, as well as a whimsical outdoor bench repurposed with bold blue paint and custom cushions. A beamed ceiling adds warmth and interest to the space and continues the earthy color palette.
Grounded by chunky base legs, this sleek dining table allows the gold sculptures and abstarct art to be the real star of this contemporary dining room. A textured area rug is layered over the gray carpet to add depth and pattern to the space.
This exquisite dining room features gray upholstered chairs positioned around a rectangular wooden table. A circular metal chandelier hangs above, while a diamond patterned carpet underneath the table adds a lively touch. Metallic curtains and a sunburst mirror finish off the look of the space.
Stairs lead in and out of this long space, which works as an easily accessible and open dining room. Globe pendant lights shine over a sleek wood table lined with white chairs. A shag carpet pads the hardwood floor, and a Roman shade on the window offers light control.
This traditional dining room features an all-over soft yellow hue paired with bold red accents, like the curtains and carpet. Tufted buttercream-hued chairs line the dark brown wood dining table, while a white candelabra chandelier hangs overhead.