To give the family more space, Chip and Joanna removed the wall that separated the kitchen and dining rooms, creating an open floor plan for the homeowners. In the dining room, exposed beams and brick create a rustic design that is carried out through the dining room. An elegant farmhouse table with bench seating creates a rustic feel, while the unique chandelier focuses the eye to the table. Natural light from surrounding windows give the space plenty of light, which, with the help of the patterned rug, make the space feel bright and inviting. As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
This dining room boasts a shiny brass chandelier above a modern wooden dining table with long bench seating and two cushioned chairs. The area rug in blue provides a pop of color in an otherwise neutral space.
In the dining room, the homeowners needed a space that could accommodate their many friends, so designers installed a bench seat that could do just that. The wraparound bench is upholstered in comfortable materials and accented with colorful pillows, while modern chairs provide additional seating. The word art on the wall is perfect for a kitchen, creating a double meaning, while the modern light fixture finishes off the space.
Vanessa DeLeon designed this relatively dark dining room to receive some natural light from the large living room windows, filtered through a thin gold curtain. Other notable features include a rock table and bench combination.
The dining room branches out with benches that can be used around the table or as standalone seating in the sitting room. Whimsical wallpaper adds a bold layer of color to the space and helps tie the two areas together.
The dining room seating in HGTV Dream home 2015 was given a mix-and-match approach in order to keep the space from feeling too stiff. “When you’re playing with a dining table that has six or eight chairs, that’s a lot of legs and a lot of wood,” explains the home’s interior designer Linda Woodrum. “We were trying to find a way to soften all of that wood, so we have this upholstered piece that’s one part of the seating area, two wooden chairs across from it, and two upholstered chairs at the end.”
The large dining table in this outdoor entertaining space seats eight comfortably. The stylish table and cushions make this table an elegant choice for the outdoor space, while the large table and oversized umbrella keep the guests seated comfortably, even in the warmer months of summer.
This small dining area combines a unique reclaimed wood table with reclaimed wood benches in neutral tones to create a rustic feel. Stylish pendant lights descend from the relief ceiling and sheer curtains control the window light.
The dining room in this loft apartment is haloed in light that makes the space feel bright and light. A yellow bench provides ample seating in the space, while reflecting the light from the window and making the space bright, while the neutral wallpaper and other chairs help to anchor the space, combining to create an elegant, stylish space.
This minimalist dining room steps away from tradition by creating something exciting without a lot of fuss. With benches instead of single chairs and a light fixture that will catch anyone's eye, this room is anything but boring.
A mix of styles, patterns, art and natural pieces adorn this eclectic dining room from designer Julia Buckingham Edelman. The upholstered bench in a black and white pattern is an eye-catching highlight of the dining room.