This screened-in porch is the perfect transition between indoors and outdoors during most any season. Residents and guests can gather around the long farmhouse-style table while dinner cooks on the grill.
A large wood farmhouse table adds a rustic touch to this feminine space. Black and white chevron curtains break up the white walls while a neutral pendant light illuminates the table's colorful place settings.
A rustic eat-in kitchen with a farmhouse table and blue chairs. It is a perfect space for entertaining small groups of friends. It is a good idea to go for chairs without armrests as they take up less space. They should also be light since they need to be pulled and pushed from under the dining table.
To add drama and a touch of Southern farmhouse style to their dining room, homeowners Jeremy and Amanda had a rustic farmhouse table lacquered in white, then added high-end black Maarten Baas Smoke chairs. The contrast between the white and the black adds high drama; the back wall was also painted black to delineate the dining room from the nearby lounge.
As seen on Love It or List It, Too, designer Jillian Harris was inspired by Scandinavian design for Kelly and Steve's kitchen remodel. She used clean lines, ample amounts of white, and small pops of subdued color throughout the space. She gave the family plenty of seating with the breakfast bar and the large farmhouse style table in the dining area just off the kitchen.
A farmhouse style table works as a focal point in tandem with a contemporary, three-tiered round chandelier with glass drops to create an eye-catching pairing that brings focus into the dining room in this open transitional living space. Shorter tufted parsons chairs and taller white wingback chairs encircle the table adding a sense of comfort and act as a frame to the flow of the room.
This dining room, designed by John Derian, features a rustic wood table with colorful dishware, vintage green metal chairs, candle sticks and a white floral centerpiece. Mismatched plates make for fun conversation starters at a large dinner party.
This fresh dining room design by Rebecca Zajac boasts a mix of styles. A farmhouse table is grounded by a pretty blue rug and features three succulent arrangements as the centerpiece. Striking midcentury modern chairs provide seating for six.
White cabinetry is grounded by dark wood furnishings and a wood-topped island in this comfortable kitchen. Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances are concealed within the ample cabinetry. A sparkling chandelier hangs overhead, and a painted farmhouse table and braided rug ensure this room is both functional and luxurious.
As seen on Love It or List It, this beautiful, dark stained farmhouse table is the center of attention in this dining room. The light color in the space is accented by the natural light coming in through the window bank, while the antique silver serving trays give the space a vintage feel.
A dining room with gray walls features a long wood table with six wicker chairs. A vase filled with white flowers sits in the middle of the table and three large, framed, black-and-white photographs decorate the walls to give the room a more casual feel. Industrial sconce lights highlight each photograph while floor-to-ceiling windows allow lots of natural light to flood the bright space.
A spacious farmhouse table is the focal point of this dreamy cottage kitchen. Gray cabinets stretch across each side of the kitchen, providing plenty of storage space. The white vaulted ceiling and globe pendant lights add to the elegance.