Just outside the wet bar, the home features a chic dining area with a round table and four low-profile chairs. A stunning globe chandelier hangs above the table, serving as the focal point of the room.
There's drama in this elegant living room, thanks to its painted dark blue ceiling, sparkling chandelier, formal dining table and custom-designed indigo wingback dining chairs. Chairs: Coddington Design
In this designer dining room, four side chairs with slipcovers in stonewashed linen offset the heaviness of the tall upholstered armchairs. Besides being super comfortable, the slipcovers are user-friendly, too. Should dinner parties result in spills or stains, the slipcovers can simply be tossed into the washing machine.
The simple wood table and chairs make the perfect foil for this dining room's stunning aqua wallpaper. A bubble glass chandelier is another pretty choice, adding ethereal lighting without detracting from the backdrop.
A sparkling crystal chandelier illuminates a beautiful wood dining table and upholstered gold dining chairs. A plaid balloon curtain decorates the large window while still allowing plenty of natural light to flow throughout the space.
Transom windows and tiered coco bead chandeliers draw attention to the tall ceilings, visually adding height to this dining room. Blue tie dye curtains inject some playfulness into this formal dining area. Tall wingback chairs command attention instead of being dwarfed by the lofty ceiling.
DINING ROOM, AFTER: The dining room was painted a light blue color to contrast with the dark blue hue in the adjacent kitchen. The doorway between the rooms was enlarged and given a top window detail. An industrial chandelier serves as the focal point of the room.
A banquette is the perfect solution for getting a crowd around a table. With comfortable leather cushions and textured throw pillows, the banquette is not only a great family dining spot, but also a great spot to relax. Slate tile grounds the space, which pairs rich blue walls with a white tongue-and-groove ceiling.
A distressed iron base pairs with a rustic wood top for a chic farmhouse-style dining table. The blue banquette with a leather cushion is great for piling in tons of family and friends to enjoy a meal together.
To keep the formal dining area cohesive in style with the family room as well as the breakfast nook, it is painted in the same navy blue. Framed photography, refurbished vintage chairs and a cool wooden table give personality to the space.
Extra high board and batten paneling pairs with a navy blue wall to add visual height and a more open feel to this cheery dining room. Yellow metal chairs and an exaggerated orb pendant light are fun, whimsical touches.
Designer Karen Soojian supplemented banquette seating in this breakfast nook with two easily movable chairs. The simple, graceful lines of the circular metal chandelier provide lighting without overwhelming the space.