The open plan design is great for entertaining large groups of family and friends. An abundance of seating creates a welcoming atmosphere, while contemporary pendant lights and patterned rugs anchor the separate living areas.
Anthony and John, from Cousins on Call, have made a small area look incredibly large by creating a two in one functional area. The eat-in kitchen area seats four people comfortably at the island. The semi-formal dining area allows six people to enjoy their meal. The asymmetric high ceiling give the room a grand yet chic feel. Gray walls adorned with smart artwork enhances the beauty of the area. This room leads right into the living room as seen on HGTV's Cousins On Call.
Modern Dining Room With Long Wood Table & Unique Lighting
The city skyline provides a gorgeous backdrop for this modern dining room. Silver chairs shine against the long wood dining table and hardwood floors. The blades of the unique light structure tier down above the table, creating layers of lighting.
This combined kitchen and dining room takes advantage of its footprint, with a long dining table that echoes the line of the long island and breakfast bar. The marble and wood topped island features seating for four, with a trio of pendants providing task lighting for dining, cooking and more. The exotic wood of the clean-lined cabinetry draws the eye, resulting in a unique space that's both crisp and warm.
This eclectic room works as a dining room or a game room with a multipurpose, black felt pool table as the centerpiece. Two large black velvet armchairs cap the ends of the table with smaller, green leather-upholstered chairs lining the sides. A neutral and black wallpaper pattern swirls throughout the room, creating a nice pattern contrast to the animal print rug.
Custom Table and Unique Pendant Lights in Dining Room
What was once a small cold entryway and sunroom is now a new dining room that sits behind the Miller family's living room. Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri, from HGTV's Cousins On Call, tore down the old wall and french doors that separated the two rooms, as well as the old ceiling. With a taller ceiling, and new wooden support beam, this room is not only twice the size, but it makes the whole house feel larger and brighter. The dining room table was made by the cousins themselves, and the chairs and accessories are CB2.
Old World Style Dining Room and Living Room Combination
This large Old World style room features old-fashioned glass rondelles above the French door transoms and thickened doorways with bookcases inside. The furnishings are colorful, while the walls are a muted terra cotta color.
Living and Dining Room Combination Manifests Stylish Comfort
Designer Amy Elbaum lends a timeless quality to this New York City space by mingling the modern with the traditional for a spectacular design. The dining area, with a slightly modern flourish, flows into the living area, which employs color and comfort against a white backdrop. The overall effect is serene, sophisticated and inviting.
Mixed dining chairs, abstract art and a unique chandelier give this eclectic dining room a style all its own. Gray-blue walls and a light blue area rug tie the look together and allow the more interesting accessories to stand out.
Combination Living Room Dining Room With White and Neutral Decor
This open concept living and dining room is comfortable and communal, making this space great for entertaining. Filling in the "TV Hole" above the fireplace is functional pull-out storage. Updated finishes and light airy colors create a relaxing but warm environment.
Unique Light Fixture and Burlap Ceiling in Navy Blue Dining Room
A burlap ceiling and unique light fixture top this navy blue midcentury modern dining room. The room features white wainscoting and coffered ceiling details, a round table with upholstered chairs, and a yellow-and-white rug with a geometric pattern.
To help the dining room maintain its airy feeling despite its small space, designers used a glass top table with a sculptural wood base. The finish on the dining chair legs are painted so that they coordinated with the chandelier, while the upholstery adds the texture and black and gray contrast that is carried throughout these two spaces.