¨For a hint of sexiness, try working a touch of leather into your dark and moody dining setup. Here, stitched leather coasters were used to help protect the tabletop surface and also introduce a rich texture.
A trio of windows showcases the sunset behind a gorgeous city view, which is perfectly visible from a seat at this stylish dining setup. Stainless steel-backed chairs match the stainless steel legs of the square-shaped dining table. Pink napkins and a matching orchid add a bold pop of color to the table setting.
The white ceiling and hardwood floor connect the different sections of this open floor plan together. A gorgeous contemporary dining setup is centered in an open space soaked in natural light from the large windows. An animal hide rug below the glass dining table adds texture and gives personality to the dining space.
A fresh layer of snow sparkles atop this Chicago home's roof patio. A bridge and small staircase lead to an open air sitting space and outdoor dining setup. The light brick walls look beautiful in the winter wonderland and allow the black door to pop in the light surroundings.
Nothing evokes a summer feel quite like starfish and seashells. HGTV fan single_mom_on_a_budget dressed up her shabby chic dining room with her favorite beach elements in mind. She incorporated seashells into her year-round china display and then turned the dining table into a dreamy setup for four. Celebrate summer by creating a seasonal table setup of seashells, starfish, candles and small driftwood pieces. Invite people over for seafood favorites, like grilled fish, pan-roasted scallops and coconut shrimp, to go with the warm-weather theme.
In this bright, natural light-filled home, color comes from the accessories: artwork, books, even plants and bowls of fruit! The bonus of this setup is that it can easily be switched up as moods and seasons change.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, the dining room was once a closed in room at the front of the home, but Chip and Joanna reversed the setup and moved removed the walls that enclosed the first floor, creating an open concept floor plan on the first level of the home. The focal point in this space is the restored fireplace that matches the funky gray trim on the windows, molding and baseboards and looks out across the new dining room table and into the living room.
Floor-to-ceiling steel windows fill this contemporary dining room with natural light while emphasizing the spacious setup. The neutral palette is emphasized, with subtly colored artwork and tabletop centerpieces.
A small, Scandinavian-style writing desk tucks neatly into a corner of a staircase. The slim profile of the desk and the chair -- a dining chair instead of traditional office chair -- keeps the setup streamlined enough that it doesn't feel out of place in this foyer. The white desktop provides a nice contrast to the dark wood beadboard paneling.
The traditional layout of this open kitchen offers the perfect setup for dining and entertaining friends and family. At the centerpiece is a stunning, green stone countertop on the oversized kitchen island that ties in with the dark wood cabinetry and green-and-brown mosaic tile backsplash.
Jared is also a musician and in the dining room he has created a cool DIY moment to house his music tech. An electronic keyboard is set inside a piano frame that Jared built. Inside the frame additional equipment is stored for his setup. Painted in a soft blue, the piano is a beautiful feature in the dining room and one absolutely creative way to hide ugly wires and tech gear.