This ultra modern living space inside the contemporary oasis in Bend, Oregon, features a black-and-white color palette with polished concrete flooring, floor-to-ceiling windows and a double-sided fireplace that separates the living room from the dining area.
Exposed beams and checkered marble tile compliment this Atlanta flat's dining room, with two sets of French doors providing a lot of natural light, and leading to a large stone terrace for outdoor entertaining.
The upper interior of this built-in china cabinet was painted black to tie in the dining chairs in a 1950s bungalow. Keeping the space kid-friendly, toys and books are stowed below––an easy distraction for little dinner guests.
A mix of black and white patterns gives this formal dining room plenty of personality. Broad stripes cover the walls, a playful check rug goes under the table and a graphic pattern on the wingback chairs provides a pop of sunny yellow.
Help visually widen a small space by painting broad stripes on the walls. This dining room chooses striking black and white ones which offer fun, quirky contrast to the traditional chandelier and brick fireplace.
This Houston, TX, home offers grand rooms with perfect views, especially in the large, eat-in kitchen. High ceilings draw the eye to the beautiful chandelier hanging above the dining table, while the black-and-white checkered tile backsplash makes the space feel a bit more traditional. Guests can enjoy an outdoor view to the patio through double French doors.
This southern staple of monogramming provides charming character to this elegant dining space that has a black and white color palette where fabulous red carnations provide just the right pop of color.
The dining room shows off this Newport Beach home's fresh take on coastal-inspired style. Hints of ocean blue contrast with the crisp white dining table and chairs. And a school of 3-D fish make their way across the back wall.
Designer Cecilie Starin repurposed spray paint cans used by muralist Ian Ross, whose work is displayed on the San Francisco Decorators Showcase 2015 dining room's walls. The cans serve as colorful art installations and can be easily moved around within the installations. The urban design is juxtaposed by a Louis XVI mirror hung over the black marble fireplace.