Clean, crisp architectural lines are mirrored in the sleek furnishings in this elegant dining room. White walls reflect light from the large windows, giving the space an open, airy feel. A leaning mirror and sparkling glass accents on the chandelier lend a touch of glam.
Vibrant floral dining chairs with Lucite legs are the highlight of this pastel dining room. A sparkling chandelier hangs above the sleek white dining table, while a gallery wall of colorful prints coordinate with the standout seating.
A wooden buffet furthers the dining room's midcentury charm and serves as essential storage for wine glasses and linens. At the same time, a periwinkle piece of abstract art cools down the neutral walls.
In addition to barstool seating, there's also an inviting round dining table near the open plan kitchen. Windows connect the space to ocean views as do the colors in the pretty, patterned dining chairs.
Throughout the house, the designers manipulated size, materials, surfaces and textures to achieve a balance that would fit with the natural setting. The use of native stone and timber maintained a connection with the surroundings and emphasized locally-sourced materials.
In this space, a large, glass-topped table with seating for six creates a functional dining space for the family and their guests. To keep the eclectic feel alive in the space, designers chose a table whose base is part of a tree trunk to give the design a bit of additional personality.
The dining room glimmers with light reflected in a mirrored screen propped in the corner of the room. The eighteenth century Portuguese side table, decorative bust and faux paint lend a Mediterranean vibe to the space.
Who wouldn't want to party in this dramatic penthouse dining room, with a panoramic view of the sprawling cityscape? Ideal for entertaining, this modern dining room embraces an open layout with the adjacent kitchen and living spaces.
This dining room keeps its feel open and clean with furnishings and a light fixture that have graceful but simple lines. For warmth and softness, a trio of slim golden candlesticks and a round large mirror do the trick nicely.
This kitchen packs a lot of punch, with plenty of workspace, open shelving, a breakfast nook, storage, uppers and even french doors! Custom color cabinets, reclaimed wood shelving, smoked glass uppers, matte black and brass finishes, and postmodern pops make this space completely unique. It's a fun space that's meant to be fresh, inviting, and playful without sacrificing any amenity!
By paring this dining room down to the essentials -- a traditional wood table, six slipper chairs and a small light fixture -- the designers ensured that all eyes would be on the view outside. If you look closely, though, you'll see classic details like crown molding, wainscoting and stained glass over the windows.
HGTV Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines transformed this casual dining space into a family coffee bar – a place for family and friends to gather for eating and entertaining. Chalkboard paint on the wall creates a cafe-like atmosphere, while the floating shelves add a hint of rustic style.