Since this Seattle home has such an expansive floor plan, the owners were able to construct a special guest suite, complete with a sitting area and dining space. Here, visitors will find a large brown leather sectional, coffee table, two ottomans and a colorful artwork.
Simple white votive candles create a linear centerpiece atop a honeycomb-patterned tablecloth in this formal dining room area. Large, detailed wood ceiling beams and a brick archway add drama to this luxurious space. The archway leads to an outdoor entertaining area that continues the Old World charm of the dining room.
With comfortable chairs and a soft area rug for guests, this formal dining room takes Southern Hospitality to a stylish new level. To the left of the table, a wood buffet offers storage for glasses, plates and other dinner essentials.
Prior to the renovation, the dining room was isolated from the kitchen and seldom used. Kitchen Cousins Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri removed a wall to unify the spaces and create this open and inviting dining area with a beautiful farmhouse table.
Marble-patterned wingback chairs at heads of the table bring drama and style to this dining room while also counterbalancing the pair of chandeliers. An eclectic mix of prints in complementing hues makes for a vibrant, cozy space. A large area rug defines the dining area.
Dine in style with this elegant formal dining and living room. Two ornate chandeliers hang in the foyer and above the dining room table. White columns surround the dining area to separate it from the living room.
Equally appealing for parents and kids, this light-filled, Atlanta-area dining room is packed with bright color, classic style furnishings, forgiving fabrics and playful moments of pause. Its lead color, a carefully chosen spring green, is gender neutral and befitting of all age groups.
A sleek dresser that doubles as storage and a buffet area for entertaining is nestled into the arched niche in this dining room. Artwork featuring an oversized trellis pattern adds a splash of color to the space.
To keep the formal dining area cohesive in style with the family room as well as the breakfast nook, it is painted in the same navy blue. Framed photography, refurbished vintage chairs and a cool wooden table give personality to the space.
Overlooking the kitchen, this formal dining area offers seating for ten and features elegant traditional furnishings, including a candelabra chandelier, dark wood hutch and a polished wood table. A vase of bright orange, yellow and pink flowers centers the table to add a pop of color to the sophisticated design.
Transom windows and tiered coco bead chandeliers draw attention to the tall ceilings, visually adding height to this dining room. Blue tie dye curtains inject some playfulness into this formal dining area. Tall wingback chairs command attention instead of being dwarfed by the lofty ceiling.