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Just through the archway this intimate dining arrangement is perfect for gathering with small groups of friends. The clean aesthetic of the living room continues in more neutral tones. Warm woods are paired with creamy white walls, a classic combination punctuated by the patterned blue of the cotton area rug.
This newly remodeled dining room is a big transformation from the original 1970's cramped space, The use of slip covered chairs and extra long drapes softens the space and it gives it a cozy feel, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
In this transitional dining room the light gray chairs complement the dark wood table and the back handle is a clever and unique detail that adds character. Illuminated by a clear chandelier from above and soft wall sconces gives the room a sense of elegance without the overly formal vibe making this space welcoming and cozy.
Big, comfy armchairs surround a round dining table, creating a cozy dining spot that overlooks the Pacific Ocean. Through sliding glass doors and windows, the indoor space seamlessly blends with the outdoor deck.
A burnt orange Oriental area rug brings bold color to this traditional dining room. Classic furniture from the table and buffet to the spectacular china cabinet, which houses the family's crystal, is paired with antique decorations and art.
In the dining room, a modern dining table seats ten. With cushioned dining chairs on one side, two upholstered head chairs and plush bench seating against the window, this dining space is the height of comfort and luxury.
By tearing down the wall originally separating the kitchen from the rest of the home, the resulting design configuration creates a casual yet charming café-like atmosphere. The kitchen flows seamlessly to the dining area and out to the adjacent enclosed patio for a great entertainment space.
Intimate, Cozy Dining Room Features Rustic Wood Table, French Dining Chairs
The dining room of this Atlanta, Georgia, home offers seating at the table for eight, though still feels intimate and cozy thanks to the rustic wood table and French chairs. The space connects to the home's foyer on one side and provides easy access to the kitchen for easy food service.
A traditional blue rug sits on top of a beautiful mosaic tiled floor in this cozy, eclectic dining room. An ornate chandelier hangs over a small wood dining table for an elegant touch, while funky art prints are fun and colorful accents in the pretty neutral space.
Earth-tone fabrics are part of the overall scheme of this elegant home. The cozy dining area features banquette seating, distressed wood table and traditional chairs. The built-ins provide extra storage, while a large contemporary art piece brings in a splash of color and rounds out the space.
Vintage Furniture and Graphic Wallpaper in Cozy Cottage Dining Room
The wallpaper in this cozy cottage dining room is called Deer Damask. This graphic paper adds texture to the space, while giving a nod to this Nashville musician's Southern roots. On top of the wallpaper, designers added vintage furniture pieces, such as the china cabinet at the rear of the space or the dining table. They then added white dishes and vintage silver plates and pitchers to fill out the china cabinet and vintage glassware to put the finishing touches on the table.
Plaid Throws Add Seasonal Decoration, Touch of Coziness to Dining Room
Plaid throws add both a seasonal decorative touch and a sense of coziness to each seat at this inviting dining room table. Greenery trimmed with pinecones and pomegranates add additional classic touches that match the traditional look of the home.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, a once cramped living space was transformed into a bright and cheery open plan dining, living and kitchen area. Sarah chose antique-style wicker chairs, a traditional hanging chandelier and charming bird wall prints to satisfy her clients' love of vintage cottage decor. A gorgeous built-in sideboard adds extra storage and is a chic way to display vintage finds.