Elegant, built-in shelving leads into the modern dining room in this St. Barts beach house. The dining room is bathed in natural light allowed in through a large window at the head of the room, showering the large modern table and chairs with the Caribbean sun.
A modern dining space creates a fun juxtaposition with the crisp, traditional kitchen in this newly built modern farmhouse. In the dining room, a bold blue rug takes its cues from the bright hue of the kitchen island. Mid-Century inspired dining chairs surround a rustic-industrial farmhouse table, while a modern light fixture is light, airy and playful.
This sleek, modern dining room rests at the center of the house, with easy access to the open-concept kitchen. A sinewy chandelier echoes the lines of the chairs. Meanwhile, the grain in the farmhouse-style table is on display, a natural element that ties in with the weathered wood floors and stairs.
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An oversized, contemporary dining room chandelier features the same straight, modern planes as the surrounding architecture of this hillside house. A natural wood ceiling and rustic wood wall treatment provide organic elements that connect the interiors to the rugged outdoor landscape. Avocado chairs with clean, modern lines provide a pop of color in the mostly neutral dining space.
A large, square table for eight provides a cozy spot for al fresco dining on this sleek, modern patio. Built-in benches offer space for more guests, while a mod fire pit adds ambiance. A grassy expanse runs beside an enormous, elevated pool and hot tub.
With surroundings this spectacular, the home shouldn't compete with them. The designer beautifully pulls off that trick with floor-to-ceiling windows, understated furnishings and metal railings that don't block the view.
As seen on Love It Or List It, the floors throughout the main floor are now a beautiful 6.5" wide maple wood boards called 'Wave Rock.' Opening up this main floor was done by removing the wall that housed the fireplace. The wall that divided the dining room from the kitchen is now a big open peninsula for the family to gather around. The paint color in the dining and kitchen area is Behr 'Creme de la Creme.' The trim is painted 'Popped Corn.' The color in the living room and hall is 'Salt Glaze.' Jillian pulled her design together with the glass chandelier that helps to add a traditional touch to the space.
This modern dining room features stunning floor-to-ceiling windows that provide plenty of natural light and a tropical view. Sleek blue dining chairs pair with a gray dining table for a sophisticated look.
To create this ultra modern home, designers had to remove several walls that once made the footprint of the home feel boxy and closed-in. The result is a beautiful, light and bright space that is clean, stylish, functional and modern.
In the dining room it’s all about playing with industrial elements. The dining chairs are a unique find from a vintage warehouse in Brooklyn. The mix of metal, wood and curved lines makes them unexpected statement pieces in the dining area. Around a lucite and glass dining table, the area is topped off with a vintage green pendant. A photograph by family friend, Renato D'Agostin completes the space.
These light and bright living, dining and kitchen areas feature an open concept allowing for easy transition between spaces. White cabinets and a subway tile backsplash decorate the kitchen, while a metal strap globe chandelier hang over the dining table. Yellow pillows and an area rug accent the living room.
A soft, neutral color palette was used throughout the four-level home, infused with fresh bursts of color to highlight the couple’s laid-back vibe and youthful personalities. The home includes a sofa by Carl Hansen that balances the full-height Carrara marble fireplace as well as a clean, architectural Walter Knoll dining table.
To create an open feel between the dining room, living room and kitchen, French doors that separated the living room and dining room were removed and a pass through connecting the kitchen and dining room was added, making the spaces flow together. To encourage the flow, designers replaced outdated wallpaper with a warm beige color throughout the house.