This townhouse features high ceilings and a lengthy galley-style living space. Divided by a custom aquarium, the living area features neutral, comfortable furniture and the dining area features modern seating with street views. The two spaces share the contemporary stairs leading to the upper level.
Oak flooring continues onto one wall and wraps the ceiling in this open, airy living room with Scandinavian modern flair. The large, multipurpose space opens onto an elevated deck for indoor-outdoor living. Furniture and finishes are neutral, but modern artwork and accessories provide punches of color.
This luxurious flat features a white color palette with neutral tones in the modern furniture and area rug. From the eat-in kitchen with large island to the modern fireplace with double-sided TVs, this living space is softly illuminated by recessed lighting from the vaulted ceilings.
Yellows and oranges warm up the dining room and provide contrast with the neutral walls and gray Roman shades. Using a mix of high-end furniture pieces and budget-conscious artwork and lighting, the designer was able to create a cohesive look without a large investment.
Owners of the Sacred Pepper wanted their main dining room to feel like a lounge, while still remaining elegant, so designers added serpentine banquettes to line the dining room and tables and chairs covered with rich, plush furniture in the center of the space. The luxuriousness of the materials in the space make this restaurant the perfect place to come when you want to enjoy a long meal with good friends.
This bright dining room has a casual mix of geometric patterns, chrome accents and classic wood furniture. A glass dining table keeps a low profile, allowing the patterned chairs and graphic wallpaper to do the heavy lifting.
Dark furnishings with Danish modern lines blend seamlessly with the traditional farmhouse architecture of this light-filled, modern dining room. Throughout the home, soft contemporary colors and modern furniture updates the space for a 21st-century family. Trim is darker than the walls, creating a crisp effect that makes the space stand out.
This sleek, transitional dining room is open to the kitchen via a wide doorway. Modern lighting and white walls team with a mix of furniture styles, including a farmhouse table with riveted metal legs. Gray and white panels at the window bring an updated vibe that creates an easy flow with the neutral palette.
Mid-century-inspired furniture combines with the warm wood trim of this dining room to create an updated space that serves the needs of a young, active family. A dropped lampshade-style light fixture offers ample task lighting for dining. The mid-century wire mesh chairs are made more comfortable with leather seat and back cushions.
Traditional white walls are paired with clean lines and mid-century modern furniture in this dining space. The red outlined tile leads to the comfy globe chair near the dining table with mismatched blue and white chairs.
Streamlined, mid-century modern style furniture fits this space's sleek, open design. An oak bookshelf with a built-in bench seat displays books and decorative accessories while providing extra storage for other items.
Featuring a mix of vintage and modern furniture pieces and an industrial-chic chandelier, the dining room is the perfect complement to Alison's sleek, updated kitchen. Warm vinyl plank flooring flows seamlessly from the kitchen to the dining area, creating continuity in the open-concept space.
Within this open-concept home, ceiling heights help define the individual spaces. The ceiling stretches higher above the living and dining rooms and falls lower above the kitchen and bar. Warm wood built-ins, wood floors and wood furniture pieces make the midcentury-modern space feel cozy and inviting.
Designer Daleet Spector used a tufted gray sofa and long, rectangular wood dining table to create an element of division between the two rooms in this spacious loft home. Fun design features like a bike secured to a wall, colorful furniture and velour navy blue drapes give the two spaces creative flair.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson filled this chic dining room with a mixture of modern and vintage furniture and accessories. A dark wood dining table and modern gallery wall act as bold contrasts to the vintage dining chairs, antique gray sideboard and light, neutral wallpaper.