A minimalist home is both stylish and warm. Mid-century modern dining table is paired with sleek Eames tripod chairs, while a floating blue buffet provides much-needed storage yet maintains the open atmosphere of the home.
A floating cantilevered buffet helps this transitional dining room appear larger while providing extra storage and easy access to serving. The cool blue walls, with complementing curtains, contrast the unique vintage dining room set, while a smoked crystal chandelier creates an attractive elegance. Framed water colors add splashes of color and tie the room together with an additional burst of color in the napkins.
This built-in floating dining room buffet provides plenty of space for serving trays, decorative glassware and gold candlesticks. Neutral grasscloth wallpaper lines the walls, while various pieces of modern artwork provide a finishing touch.
A buffet table works overtime in this dining room, bringing texture to the space and giving the owners a spot for serving trays. Overhead, floating shelves with a gold finish add some shimmer to the room and showcase plants.
Cheery mustard yellow chairs add pizzazz to this sophisticated dining room. A pair of floating buffets on either side of the table provide storage for dinnerware, and the large piece of wall art at the head of the table completes the chic design.
Minimal decor ensures that all eyes are on the artwork in this modern foyer. A large skylight illuminates the room from overhead and prevents the black accent wall from feeling too heavy, while a floating buffet and round rug complete the space.
In this sophisticated kitchen, a floating metal canopy lowers the ceiling plane and cozies up the space. The light from the teardrop pendants goes through the cutouts making a compelling play of shadow and texture on the walls and ceiling. The wire brushed walnut island is moveable and detaches to serve as a wine tasting bar or buffet.
Dramatic back lighting make suspended floating shelves pop against the deep blue accent wall. Distressed metal panels framed in the tall cabinets flank the built-in buffet and floating shelves. This accent wall creates a focal point of the room and adds an energetic visual element to the space.
Wanting to give the homeowners' service dog, Rescue, a space of his own, the designer transformed the dead space beneath the stairs into a private, puppy-friendly alcove. Built-in storage allows for stocking treats and toys, while a buffet table down the hall displays the owners' personal mementos.
This modern dining room has a floating walnut buffet that can double as a laptop workstation by flipping down one drawer door. Bronze pendants by Kichler, a Stact wine rack and an elegant wood and metal dining table make the space complete.
The open floor plan of this minimalist home is calm and comfortable. Upholstered gray barstools pull up to the waterfall countertop bar for an extra dining spot, while a mid-century modern dining table pairs with Eames chairs in the dining room. A floating blue buffet adds a touch of color and maintains the airy quality of the space.
A smoked crystal chandelier adds elegance to this transitional dining room while cool blue walls contrast the unique vintage dining room set. A floating cantilevered buffet helps the room appear larger while providing extra storage and simplicity of access for serving. Framed water colors add splashes of color and tie the room together with an additional complementing color in the napkins.
Designers used the floating shelves in the dining room to show off photographs of the homeowners' beautiful children. Each photograph has its own sconce so that it is featured prominently in the space.
This modern dining room features a table that can open to seat 16 comfortably. Stainless steel banding accents the ultra-suede padded and upholstered walls. The custom wool area rug adds a pop of color and brings life to the highly-styled furnishings. The sleek buffet seems to float even though it has legs, giving it a lighter and cleaner appearance. By using a pedestal table, one is able to maximize seating because two place settings can be used at each end of the table. This space may be contemporary but the sculpture is pure Art Deco sophistication.