Martha Leone created a custom credenza to serve as a buffet and storage piece over in the dining area. The space also includes a midcentury light fixture, reclaimed wood table and a bench for stylish seating.
Muted blue walls compliment the warm wood tones in this dining room. Tribal pottery and colorful wall art are positioned above a wood hutch. A dining table and chairs with sharp, modern lines adds a handcrafted look.
Dining Room Credenza Reflects Creative Color Choices
You can view designer Ana Donohue's unique color sense by zeroing in on the reflection in this dining room's mirrored sideboard. Shades of blue and orange in different patterns and textures add drama and sophistication to the space.
Rich woods, paper lantern chandelier, bamboo plants and exotic artifacts root this dining space in Asian design. A distressed red credenza adds a bold pop of color along with an adjacent bright red vase.
A stunning, custom wood table is the focal point in this crisp white, contemporary dining room. Floor to ceiling windows allow gorgeous natural light to fill the space while a metal and rope chandelier adds some rustic flair.
This contemporary dining area features a custom-built table made from FSC-certified woods. The other gray dining chairs are from Minneapolis-based Blu Dot, and the painting is by Ray Becoskie. The neutral furnishings paired with pops of cool green, blue and yellow create a space that’s bright and energetic.
Black windsor chairs and a sturdy, wooden dining table contrast with modern elements of this dining room for a harmonious take on contemporary rustic. A rectangular crystal chandelier adds a touch of glamour.
This room is both a library and a dining room. It features a built-in bookcase with custom millwork, a buffet and niche for art. The look is modern with touches of Asian influence. The dining chairs are also custom and feature Lee Jofa linen velvet with brass nailheads on the back that complement the modern fixture above the table. The window-side table is the final custom piece with a gray marble top and steel base.
In dining rooms, art is used to create a focal point and also provoke conversation from guests seated at the table. Consider a youthful, cheery approach to dining room art by having children’s art professionally mounted and framed with grown-up material. Instead of museum glass, opt for non-glare acrylic which is kid-safe and easy to clean.
The cabinets were custom crafted by Benchcraft Custom Woodwork, out of Rift Sawn Oak finished in a warm grey stain. The accented island in grey creates the perfect backdrop for The Artistic Tile Estrella Silver Blend, adding sparkle and dimension. The Perimeter Stone is Pietra de Cardosa and the island stone is Blanco Karibib edged in a reverse bevel. The bright red Currey Pendants add a touch of whimsy amidst the neutral sophistication while in contrast, The Dorrivracht faucet adds a bit of edginess.
This home's kitchen renovations include the tearing down of two walls, a custom kitchen island, metal cabinets, stainless appliances and a glass beam table with reclaimed black walnut benches, as seen on HGTV's House Crashers.