Transitional Dining Room with Coastal Vibe, Water View
A traditional double-pedestal table, tailored upholstered seating and graceful floral draperies balance the casual matchstick shades, soft paneled walls and beach-friendly hues of this Massachusetts dining room. A window bay offers sweeping views of the water. The luxury home rests on half an acre of manicured property on West Falmouth's Chapoquoit Island.
Imagine enjoying breakfast with a view like this every morning! Floor-to-ceiling windows fill the dining room with natural light and showcase the lake outside. Cushioned chairs and a matching bench provide comfortable seating, just in case the owners want to sit a spell.
In the nook between this home's kitchen and living room, the designers painted the walls and the ceiling dark gray to give more of a bright and open feeling when entering into the other spaces which are white.
White Open Plan Kitchen and Dining Area With Water View
The main living floor of the home is open concept which, especially given the white paneled ceiling and overall light color palette, helps natural light bounce around the space. Long stretches of windows mean the bay can be seen from almost anywhere.
Just around the corner, an antique table and two wire-backed chairs create a cozy spot for enjoying breakfast or sharing coffee with friends. A vintage oar and paintings of ships balance the kitchen's more modern details and continue the oceanic motif.
The white chandelier over this dining room table is reminiscent of seaweed or coral found in the ocean. Patterned wallpaper with foil pressed leaves bring a hint of glamour to the space. White beadboard ceilings give the room a cottage feel.
This designer dining room features a chunky dark timber table and casual white chairs to create a relaxed dining room in this coastal home. A contemporary painting of a local cliff is framed in a dark timber frame to tie in with the table.
The large rustic dining table comfortably seats eight with a mix of chairs and a bench in a perfect example of the home's friendly, unfussy style. Overhead, painting the sloped ceiling white helps it fade into the background and makes the room feel even more spacious.
The all-white breakfast nook is accented with shades of blue to create a soothing and enjoyable place to dine. The long, built-in banquette and four metal chairs offer plenty of seating for friends and family.
Designer Becki Owens set out to create a dining room with beautiful light that is formal and fresh. Soft gray walls are paired with white trim and a rustic table with tufted upholstered chairs to create a soft, elegant feel. A Capiz chandelier is a stunning focal point that is iridescent and beachy.