This contemporary dining room features a neutral palette of gray and gold. The live edge walnut table adds a natural element to the space, yet its stainless steel legs maintain a contemporary feel. The gray and tan print of the chairs provides a welcome graphic pop.
While this dining room may seem minimalistic, the walnut dining table with chrome legs combines with the glass orb chandelier, gas fireplace and midcentury modern dining chairs to create a sophisticated design.
A Venetian wall plaster gives a marbled look to the accent wall. A walnut dining table is surrounded with sleek, white patterned chairs. A crystal encrusted chandelier hanging above joins the metallic wall art in giving bright decoration to the design. The marble fireplace surround adds a darker hue to balance the space.
A dramatic chandelier hanging above a solid walnut dining table creates a specific balance and eye-catching elegance to the open-floor plan of the living space. Sizable sliding glass doors let in natural light to mingle with light from the custom fixture’s more than 25 individual lamps. The solid walnut dining table featured is by Jeff Newell of Newell Design Studio, while Custom Dessin Fournir chairs upholstered in kid-friendly Joseph Noble fabric completes the dining ensemble.
A dramatic chandelier by Nancy Corzine hangs above a solid walnut dining table by Jeff Newell of Newell Design Studio, bringing eye-catching elegance to the open-floor plan of the living space. The custom fixture showcases more than 25 individual lamps, while the custom Dessin Fournir chairs on an antique rug completes the dining ensemble.
The dining room is an integral part of the kitchen and living space. Two pieces of hand selected Claro Walnut Slabs showcase the live edge dining table. Surrounding the table are Swain Chairs, upholstered in a mix of Pollack fabrics on one side and the ends. The Marlowe Banquette adds to the informal feeling of the space as an area to gather.
The gorgeous dining table was made by butterflying one slab of walnut into three pieces and joining them together. All the surfaces throughout the house are as matte as possible to give the home a timeless, midcentury aesthetic.
Large windows provide warm light and a woodland view to this breakfast area. S H Frank & Company leather chairs complement walnut flooring, while the round candle chandelier mirrors the circular breakfast table creating an inviting space for morning coffee and overlooking the aspens and spruces outside.
A vintage chandelier from Amy Perlin hangs over the expandable walnut dining table and chairs from David Iatesta. The massive eighteenth-century lead urns from Gore Dean Antiques add a note of classic antiquity.
This contemporary maple and walnut dining table doubles as a regulation ping-pong table for an added element of fun in this dining room design. Matching wood chairs line the sides while contemporary yellow chairs sit at the ends. Mounted mirrors contribute to the sunny look of the room and fill open wall space without cluttering the design.
The custom dining table in this sleek kitchen and dining area was inspired by the homeowners' visit to a tea house. The table is walnut with beveled edges; a portion in the center can be removed to expose a black metal tray, reminiscent of the table the owners' liked.
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.