The graceful, flowing lines of a delicate chandelier balance the farmhouse feel of a rustic wood dining table in this dining room. Organic-feeling wallpaper livens the space without overpowering it. Industrial candle sconces flank the TV, and a well-placed buffet blends into the design while providing extra storage.
This slate gray dining room features dual French doors with windows for abundant natural light. Its rustic wooden dining table is illuminated by a candelabra-style chandelier and provides seating for eight with its upholstered dining chairs.
This dining room gives the young homeowners a great place to entertain. With seating for eight, the rustic dining table is large and spacious, giving guests plenty of space. Modern chairs and chandelier give the space a touch of eclectic flair, while burlap curtains help to control the ample natural light that floods this neutral dining room. Two mounted heads give the elegant space an exotic, eclectic look.
Not a fan of orange and brown? No worries; your table's color palette doesn't have to be restricted to traditional fall colors. Instead try softer, cooler hues like the whites, pale greens and grays found on heirloom-variety pumpkins.
In a new home, designer Jodie Cooper took the concept of dramatic lighting to new heights, using a custom-made “bulkhead” suspended from the ceiling by chrome rods to light the kitchen and dining area. “The bulkhead also helps to visually define the kitchen area without losing the loft style feel,” she says. And, she notes, “having a modern kitchen does not need to translate to having modern décor. By blending pieces, such as retro dining chairs, Chinese antiques, rustic dining table combined with Turkish patchwork rugs, we created texture and layers, which add a kind of Bohemian style to the home to create what I call a “Global Eclectic” interior.”
Taking full advantage of the large window natural light, this dining area and kitchen are open and bright. A large center island with granite countertops provides plenty of space for serving friends and family.
As seen on HGTV’s Fixer Upper, this casual dining area is furnished with a rustic wooden dining table with a metal top and vintage-style light blue metal chairs. New hardwood flooring, fresh paint and a modern light fixture add a contemporary touch to the space.
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.
HGTV Star contestant Brooks Atwood gathered this collection of vases and vessels to decorate the dining table, but both Sabrina and Vern found it over-accessorized. "It’s better to have one great item than a bunch of items that are fighting with each other," Vern said.
Designer Vanessa DeLeon used plush fabrics and deep gray accent pieces to put an elegant spin on this complete home remodel. The eclectic teal and black dining room features an over-dyed turquoise rug from Creative Touch in Secaucus, N.J., while the table hails from Brooklyn-based artisan woodworker Palo Samko. The neutral walls are complemented by a faux-painted black and gray ceiling and black leather chairs around a rustic hardwood dining table with mismatched candle holders and two brass pendant lights.