This lovely dining room is a perfect of example of small touches making a big difference in the personality of a room. Here, color is brought in via houseplants and a cheery turquoise dining chair. Graceful notes come from the white roman shade and glass pendant.
Painted Windsor chairs and a contemporary take on a wagon wheel chandelier set off the warm wood trim in the dining room of this updated Craftsman home. A low, Mid Century-inspired sideboard complements the black-painted chairs. The design team used large-scale furniture and lighting to offset the home's high ceilings and bring the spaces down to a more comfortable level.
As seen on HGTV's Home Town, Hosts Ben and Erin Napier renovated the dining room and revealed all the original wall paneling that was originally on the walls in the Rahaim residence. The dining table was a project that homeowner Cassidy Rahaim and Host Ben Napier worked on together as a gift for homeowner Robyn.
This kitchen dining area features a wooden table paired with neutral painted chairs and bench seats, providing plenty of space for every member of the family. A white drum pendant light hangs above, while green geometric print wallpaper adds a lively finishing touch.
This light and bright dining room features a craftsman style table and chairs paired with an exposed beam ceiling. A pair of French doors allows natural light to flood the space, while a tree branch chandelier provides a whimsical touch. A natural woven area rug completes the look of the space.
Tall wainscoting provides a Craftsman touch with a vintage look to a dining room in a new-construction home. French country furnishings add to the comfortable, time-worn look, while a contemporary light fixture balances the overall look.