Designer David Bromstad gives this small dining area a funky new vibe with artwork he painted himself, a modern aluminum chandelier and a moody, blue-green wall color. The homeowners' existing dining set is right at home in the new space.
This open concept loft dining room flows naturally from the nearby living space providing the perfect space for entertaining. The custom made dining table features two types of dark, heavy wood and is paired with brown acrylic chairs and an elegant drop pendant light.
In the dining area, designers brought in a rustic farm table that warms the space with its beautiful wood grain. On either end of this table, gray and white upholstered head chairs contribute comfort and texture to the design, while a brass light fixture brings the modern element the homeowners love.
The architect of the home wanted to preserve the landscape above all else and so created modular rooms, jewel boxes each of them, that would nestle into the natural surroundings. The dining room is warmed by a fireplace at one end and cooled by breezes blowing through.
This bachelor pad's dining room is the ultimate in lounging with a leather sofa as seating. An oversized mirror visually expands the already roomy space. Plus, the custom dining table is made of eco-friendly wood (FSC) and stain (AFM Safecoat).
Gold and white beaded chandeliers bring a bohemian elegance to this dining room. Minimalist beach photos in simple white frames add a modern touch to the traditional-leaning space. A large black dining table anchors the beige-toned room.
This inviting dining area, designed by Jackson Paige Interiors, preserves a tone-on-tone color palette, yet its furnishings suggest a coastal edge to a contemporary approach. The focal points of the room are the modern-style fringe chandelier in dark brown glass that adds drama and depth and the large green floral arrangement set off center on the table.