This traditional dining room features a dark wood dining room table has positioned around it four leather side chairs and two chairs with autumnal-themed slipcovers. A neutral and brown area rug accents the table, while a detailed dark brown wood buffet sits off to the side.
The doorway in between the dining room and the kitchen was widened so that both rooms could soak up the sunlight and the views. As the dining room was also lacking in architectural sophistication, designers also added traditional moldings as well as a chandelier over the dining table.
With an antique cabinet, white-washed table and two cowhide chairs, this dining room is traditional with a charming, country twist. A small chandelier brightens the space for dinner, drinks and conversation.
This dining room is an elegant study in contrasts: heavy wood beams and crystal chandeliers. Navy curtains and light stone floors. The look is gracefully curated and balanced with such refined results.
A mixture of wood dining chairs combines at this traditional dining table; each chair showcases a different decorative back. A wood bench lines the long edge of the table opposite the collection of chairs. Four mirrors help reflect light for a bright atmosphere, and a small tree adds color and life to the design.
This simple traditional dining room is covered in natural light thanks to the large bay window and french door. A banquette offers plenty of seating, while storage stools function both as seating and storage.
Traditional dining room - Select a dining table made of sturdy and stylish wood. If you want a table that will last through the years of dinner party wear and tear, choose a table made from a hardwood, such as mahogany, walnut, maple, oak and teak. This traditional dining space is spacious and wonderful for entertaining.
While wooden and metal chairs are the easiest to clean, they’re not the most comfortable. An excellent alternative to wood and metal is an upholstered Louis XVI chair. Known for its fluted legs, square back and timeless style, this French piece works in modern and traditional settings. Linen and cotton upholstery options are great for spaces with active kids; however, leather and vinyl styles are the most kid-proof and easy to clean.
This traditional dining room features an all-over soft yellow hue paired with bold red accents, like the curtains and carpet. Tufted buttercream-hued chairs line the dark brown wood dining table, while a white candelabra chandelier hangs overhead.
The chairs in this traditional dining room are all business in the front, with a subtle traditional stripe -- and party in the back, with a vivid red-and-gold pattern. Two chandeliers complete the space as they hang from a painted ceiling above the dark wood dining table.