Natural light highlights the cream paneling on the walls in this lovely country dining room. White and brown wood chairs alternate around the dining table, and beaded embellishments hang from the iron chandelier overhead. Dark wood frames the doorway, windows and lower walls, creating gorgeous contrast against the cream paneling.
In this just-a-hint-more-formal dining room, a wide country-style table makes up to 10 comfortable. The decor is simple and fun: open shelves display collections of glass bottles, teacups and pretty dishware.
Weathered white beams serve the neat trick of guiding the eye along the length of this open concept dining room down to a small music area with a piano. The red rug beneath the dining table helps define that space in the open layout.
For lighting in this dining room, designer Leanne Ford chose a trio of black, basket-weave pendant lights. Because their texture is so light, sunlight filters through them and they feel delicate instead of heavy.
The gold color of this dining room's pendants is a beautiful complement to all the wood, including the table, cabinetry and ceiling. White metal chairs around the table add to the laid-back, country feel.
A knotty-wood table and rush baskets add farmhouse style to this suburban dining nook designed by Stonebreaker Builders & Remodelers. Accessories in on-trend shades of turquoise and brown make the space feel fresh.
Wrapped in the country friendliness of exposed beams and rustic white paneling, this open concept dining room and living room invite long hangs around the table. Designer Leanne Ford adds a dash of color with a simple red rug.