You know that it is in your dining room that you can make the most of the interior designer that it’s inside yourself. Particularly for an active family, the dining table will probably take a beating over the years, which is why it’s important to choose one that can do so gracefully while retaining dignity and style. Check the trendiest dining room ideas on Pinterest right now!
Subtle pops of green and blue, like the indigo print breakfast nook pillows, keep the dining room in this rural Connecticut farmhouse bright. The homeowner displays her collection of blue and green demijohn bottles on either side of the dining room table in built in shelves.
A bench in the kitchen of this Florida home offers equal seating to a host of chairs but can be tucked under the table when not is use.
Mike Wolfe’s vintage-inspired home is chock-full of finds from his picks. The weather vane came from an attic in a sixth-generation-owned home in Pennsylvania.
In the dining room of this California home, steel chairs from ABC Home contrast with a massive century-old mahogany dining table, now pickled a paler hue. The homeowner bought the lamps-repurposed chicken feeders – at Cisco Home, and the metal wine rack at the Rose Bowl Flea Market. The walls are painted Plaster of Paris by Sydney Harbour.
In this California home, the homeowner’s favorite possession, an 18th-century wooden angel, looks over the dining room. She nabbed the piece in France, where she also bought the antique pine trestle table, oak bistro chairs, and wood-and-iron chandelier.
Rather than waste the small Austin home’s wide hallway as a repository for coats and keys, the owners reimagined it as a dining room.
The homeowner of this Massachusetts cabin splurged on the marble-topped Saarinen table. Vico Magistretti designed the molded-plastic chairs in the 1960s. The wood-veneer pendant lamp is from Design Within Reach.
Shiny steel cafe chairs from Sundance cozy up to a rustic Peruvian trestle table in this New Hampshire farmhouse. The modern chandelier is from Design Within Reach.
Rather than rip up the room’s grimy tile floor, the owner of this East Hampton beach house scrubbed for days to reveal a lovely checkerboard pattern.
Designed by BRABBU, Agra is an impressive display of craftsmanship and elegance. Its delicate work of the robust white stone softens the imposing structure, while touches of brass reflect golden warm tones to the polished surface.
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