Even though small, this dining room by designer Catherine Kwong is packed with style. SwabbleDining rooms can also be a place to play with cool contrast. In this dining room, black and white have been playfully combined. A white fish chandelier, a striking black table, and a black and white rug all come together to form the classic color palette. To break things up, mid-century modern chairs in a wood finish add warmth. Beyond color, the absence of it can also be used to create a beautiful dining room, especially when bringing in a lot of layers.
Interior designer Jessica Helgerson has created a unique frame in this dining room. The paint treatment creates an architectural detail that makes this elegant space stand out even more. We’ve already matched tables and chairs in coordinating styles, all you have to do is make your selection.
In a Connecticut home designed by Mark Cunningham, a Warhol flower painting overlooks the dining room’s vintage table, which is joined by wood chairs designed by Cunningham. “It’s bright and clean, and it acts as a blank canvas for the rest of the decor,” Lewis says.
Silver And Gold Art Deco Dining Room
It’s a formal yet approachable look—one perfectly befitting the consummate Southern hostess. “The linen and leather chairs add texture and softness,” she explains. “And when I saw this Visual Comfort light fixture, I knew it was perfect for this home.” The starting point for this open concept dining space by Candace Plotz Design was the French oak floors, which are softened up by beautiful textural elements.
Formal Dining Room
This wall also draws the eye into the living room, helping the spaces feel more connected. The room is filled with blue wallpaper and white wainscoting with a mirror along one wall that opens up the space. Pale pink is a fresh neutral in this petite dining area, a soft backdrop for the room’s vibrant artwork and snappy, black-and-white dining set. Several sets of French doors allow easy flow from the dining area outside for al fresco entertaining. Visit this for more ideas related to CUSTOM KITCHENS & INTERIORS DESIGN ORLANDO .
Plush-velvet gray chairs, deep purple linen napkins and a glamorous chandelier add drama to this contemporary dining room. For his 1926 Mediterranean Revival home in Florida, Lou Marotta commissioned a decorative artist Chuck Fischer to create a whimsical black-and-white gazebo design with colorful vines and passion flowers.
For a longer oval dining table, try a runner crossing the table horizontally instead of vertically. The runner doesn’t need to be as long and the effect is just as pretty.
From country and cottage to modern and sleek, take a look at 100+ of our favorite designer dining rooms. In this modern dining room by NICOLEHOLLIS, the bronze accents catch our eye and keep things interesting without creating visual chaos. Take a look at various dining room pictures to see how others have incorporated storage and pull the ideas you like for your own. EZ Pay – Manage payments by automatically charging your credit card, or directly debiting your bank account, for one-time or recurring payments.
Tribeca Dining Table And 4 Upholstered Dining Chairs
Painted a deep gray, the color creates a gorgeous statement wall, giving the dining room its own environment, separate from the living area. To make your dining room stand out, look for chairs that truly make a statement.
Here, a series of white chairs with a crisp black frame offers a cool contrast in this dining room. Coco Lapine DesignSmall dining rooms can be a perfect opportunity for warm moments. Above the table, lighting in rich metallic tones keeps things feeling cool. Make your summer party unforgettable by going all-in with poppies.
Oversized basket pendant lights add to the relaxed nature of the home. In the dining room of this Hamptons beach house designed by Alex Papachristidis, natural woods and gilded finishes reflect the sun-kissed landscape outside. A custom gilded rock-form table is flanked by chairs inspired by Jean-Michel Frank.
Designer Matthew Carter layered in textures to elevate the casual dining room in his Bahamas cottage. A Noguchi paper lantern illuminates the white Parsons-style dining table, while a set of rattan chairs adds a nod to the island setting. In the dining room of antiques dealer Furlow Gatewood’s rural Georgia home, a soft palette of white and grey allows his collection and blue and white porcelain to shine.