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Photo By: Jim Tschetter
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Urban Dining Room With White Chairs
This dining room's industrial-chic style is the perfect dinner party conversation starter. Designers paired a table with a thick slab top and a mechanical-inspired base with button-tufted chairs and a picnic-style bench.
Urban Dining Room With Exposed Brick Walls and Wine Bottle Chandeliers
Exposed brick and enormous windows provide an urban backdrop for this dining room. A mix of seating around a long, wood dining table creates a casual atmosphere. Overhead, pendants made from repurposed wine bottles enliven the room both day and night.
The owners of this Atlanta townhome wanted a look that married their modern and steampunk style preferences. The steampunk look is especially prevalent in the eating nook, thanks to an ornate mirror frame that was painted black and a leather-covered love seat.
The panoramic cityscape of San Diego is the standout visual attraction in this loft apartment, so sliding glass doors and large windows on all sides help it be on full display. Thick white curtains provide privacy when needed without darkening the small space.
Getting rid of the interior walls in this city apartment gives the home an airy lightness and shows off the amazing urban setting from all over. The dining room has a spectacular skyline backdrop framed by exposed brick and a crisp black window trim.
Neutral Urban Open Plan Dining Area With Blue Chairs
The open concept design of this urban apartment easily connects the casual dining area with the kitchen. The corner placement of the charming round tulip table takes full advantage of the amazing city views.
This fireplace is clad in new bricks and features a custom designed trim and screen. The industrial chandelier over the dining table works perfectly to balance out the off center fireplace in this modern Park Slope apartment.The baseboard and window sills were replaced with wood reclaimed from an old Brooklyn building for a one-of-a-kind look.