Excuse us while we completely fawn over this dining room! With a grand total of sixteen chairs, the owners can celebrate special occasions here with all of their friends and family. Crown molding, a crystal chandelier and an oversized rug complete the lavish design.
This elegant dining room is the perfect room in which to host family and friends in style. A custom built-in sits in an adjacent alcove, which can serve as a buffet or bar to facilitate almost-effortless entertaining.
Varied fabrics and textures in shades of blue come together to provide a look of beauty and feeling of peace in this open dining space.The ten-light chandelier casts a warm glow over the eclectic mix of seating.
This breakfast area was intended to be a casual, comfortable space for the family. The table is reclaimed wood. Yellow end chairs are sunny, cheerful and a fun pairing with the triangle-shaped light fixture.
The formal dining room has the frosty elegance of an ice palace with its silver-and-white wallpaper and glittering crystal chandelier. Because this room is the least-used room in the home, the choice for a white palette was less scary.
Wall-to-wall built-in cabinetry, dupioni curtains and a dark wood table lend an ageless look to this dining room designed by Laura Larkin. The custom chandelier and elegant tray ceiling add to the elegance.
While wooden and metal chairs are the easiest to clean, they’re not the most comfortable. An excellent alternative to wood and metal is an upholstered Louis XVI chair. Known for its fluted legs, square back and timeless style, this French piece works in modern and traditional settings. Linen and cotton upholstery options are great for spaces with active kids; however, leather and vinyl styles are the most kid-proof and easy to clean.
Set into a beautiful bay window dressed in damask curtains and natural shades, the dining room evokes a classic yet relaxed style. The traditional Queen Anne table is surrounded by a mix of striped armchairs and updated carved-back wood chairs. A candle-inspired chandelier adds an Old World touch to the space.
This buttercream toned dining room features a traditional feel with added country-inspired elements, like the fish patterned upholstered dining chairs. The round wooden dining table sits atop a neutral pattered area rug, while a delicate birdcage sits nearby, offering an outdoorsy touch.
Inside this library, with has light sage green walls, a large built-in bookcase overflowing with books is positioned next to a white fireplace. Two glass candlesticks and a potted flower sit on the mantel, and above the fireplace hangs a simple floral painting.
Wall-to-wall built-in cabinetry, dupioni curtains and a dark wood table offer a sense of permanence to this dining room. The custom chandelier draws the eye up toward the tray ceiling and adds a lightness to the saturated palette.
A balcony overlooks this open concept dining, living and kitchen space, which takes maximum advantage of its two-story central area with an oversized dining table that invites guests to linger over the table for relaxed conversation. Dual staircases add distinction to the entry, framing the doorway and creating a nice view on both sides of this coastal home.
Rich with gold and white hues, this Victorian-inspired dining room becomes a visual treat for visitors. Where 18th century gilded furniture and a traditional fireplace anchor the space to the past, a hand-painted accent wall and chevron-patterned floor bring the room into the present.