Designers at Mark Scott and Associates created a special area adjacent to the house and swimming pool featuring a rustic pergola and greenery that harmonize with the outdoor scene, yet add dimension and texture with their presence. A stone walkway leads from the backyard to a dining table and grill for easy access.
This bar and restaurant makes use of industrial elements in the space. The pendant lights add a vintage and industrial flair, while the wood bar height dining tables gives the space a rustic appeal. Both elements work well together to give the space an unique and warm appeal.
The great room in this neutral, rustic Martha's Vineyard home features ample seating and broad windows. A dining table for ten is situated to take advantage of the sweeping coastal view. Natural wood sheathes the walls, floor and ceiling, creating a pale palette that feels fresh and casual. Clerestory windows line the long side walls, bathing the space in sunlight.
Cabinets painted in a light teal color combined with an abundance of sunlight streaming through the open Dutch door make this kitchen bright and airy. An exposed brick wall adds a rustic touch to the otherwise modern space, while a small round white table provides the perfect space for casual dining.
Even though the spaces are visually connected, the exposed beams in the kitchen and the exposed brick floor help to keep the spaces separate. The dining room continues the rustic charm with the elegant farmhouse table and bench seating, but Joanna infused the rustic style with a modern twist-the patterned rug. This rug helps make the space more fun, as well as tying it to the black hutch, a stylish and functional piece where the family stores their dishes. As seen on Fixer Upper.
While this Mexican restaurant's dining room feels rustic and aged, in truth it was created new in just 90 days. The authentic and homey environment is derived from keen attention to detail, such as the traditional wood whisks hanging from the ceiling. Adding old to new, existing tables in the prior restaurant space were repurposed, cut up and reformed into both intimate and communal tables.
U-shaped booth seating and large round dining tables surrounded by southwestern-upholstered chairs are perfect for intimate dinners at The Conservatory at The Country Club at DC Ranch. Nailhead trim highlights mirrors above each booth, while weathered wood is used on the ceiling and floors for a rustic atmosphere.
Complementary shades of blue and orange decorate this inspired dining space. Orange carpet tiles by Flor anchor the eating area, which features a long, rustic-industrial table matched with chairs in two metallic finishes, as well as a whimsical outdoor bench repurposed with bold blue paint and custom cushions. A beamed ceiling adds warmth and interest to the space and continues the earthy color palette.
To spruce up the dining room in this home, the once tiered floor was leveled out and new flooring was installed in the space. Joanna brought in a custom made table with seating for eight and added a new chandelier to play off the natural light from the windows. In the back of the space, a rustic buffet rests under three circular wall hanging planters, further updating the space. As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
The open floor plan of the home reflects the homeowners' love of entertaining. Comfortable, contemporary furniture creates a cozy seating area for relaxing or gathering, while the sleek dining room beyond features a rustic wood table paired with simple chairs and a dangling pendant chandelier. Glass outer walls seamlessly blend the indoors and out, taking full advantage of the stunning views of Big Sky, Mont.
This kitchen is a combination of traditional and modern elements. The cabinetry, granite and hardware are very contemporary, but with the infusion of a custom rustic kitchen table, fabric dining chairs and cornice boards, the space becomes cozy. The cornice boards were created in an unexpected bohemian patterned fabric with orange accents to add interest and pattern to the room. The hammered metal pendants hanging at varying height are copper on the inside and produce a warm glow.
The exposed beams called for a "rustic" feel that was relaxed and fun. The designers added the sisal rug and neutral tones in the furniture. The color was brought in through the artwork and bookshelf. Overall the mix of midcentury furniture, minimal dining table, lighting and great artwork makes the room fresh but a relaxed space to gather with friends and family.
The reason for the large, painted stripe behind the clients' white-framed painting was so it "popped" off the white wall. Before that was done, the painting got lost and did not have the contrast it needed.
White is a classic tone often used in shabby chic designs. HGTV fan rnhey wanted to create a light, airy dining room ideal for casual year-round entertaining, so she used this fresh hue as the base for her entire design. The upholstered cane-backed chairs, freshly painted table and vintage marine life prints are reminiscent of relaxed summers and shabby seaside homes. White beadboard walls allow the sand-colored curtains and accessories to act as complementary accents rather than simply appearing in the background. For an elegantly shabby look, combine your rustic pieces with more contemporary counterparts. The white table and rattan chairs feel ultra casual, while the symmetrical prints, pleated draperies and dark wood serving tray deliver a perfect hint of refinement.
In this open concept space, the first section is home to a dining area whose rustic, wooden top table brings a relaxed vibe to the space. On the other side, a living area with wicker and metal furniture gives the space a beach feel, while the modern luxury of a television rests on a geometric shelf in the back of the space. Each of these spaces give the family a variety of ways to enjoy their space and the perfect, open area for entertaining.