This dining room covers all ends of the brown spectrum. A classic dining set is surrounded by bamboo and a decorative sculpture, creating a nice blend of modernity and tradition. Giant leaning floor mirrors are a nice addition to accentuate warm track lighting and make the room appear larger.
A massive custom dining table anchors this rustic dining room with a wood-beamed ceiling and large windows. An antler chandelier casts light over the antique leather dining chairs and traditional-style rug.
A rustic dining room doesn't have to be grand to make an impact, as evidenced by this simple space.. Although the table and chairs don't take up a ton of room, high-impact accents — pendant light and natural shiplap walls — make the space especially inspiring.
The dining room of Christina Anstead's newly renovated home, which features a wine cellar custom built by boyfriend Ant Anstead, opens to the backyard, the living room, and the kitchen, as seen on Christina on the Coast.
This small dining area combines a unique reclaimed wood table with reclaimed wood benches in neutral tones to create a rustic feel. Stylish pendant lights descend from the relief ceiling and sheer curtains control the window light.
This light green dining room sits just off of the open plan kitchen, making it a cinch to transition between the two spaces. A blend of chairs, including plush gray and neutral options, line the rectangular dining table, while exposed beam ceilings with neutral wood planks continue from the dining room to the kitchen.
This home is all about a unique use of materials, clearly seen in the range of textures in this dining room. On a grand scale you see the varying use of metal, leather and wood, but little details like the shattered glass hiding in the dining room table are what make the space unique.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, this dinning room is bright and open with refinished wood floors and light gray paint with white trim. The room has rustic and modern elements, such as the white wood pendant light, the vintage-looking farm table and the re-purposed headboard that serves as a display for plate ware and decor.
A beautiful dining area that features a strong personality and sense of grandeur. The generous, upholstered dining chairs and the chunky table offer comfort for your guests while dining. The wall sconces are elegant and I’m sure they cast the most wonderful warm glow over evening gatherings.
The fireplace is converted into a two-sided design, now servicing both the dining room and the adjacent living room. New arched doorways in several locations help provide a unified look throughout the home.