7 Dining Room Design Ideas

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November 25, 2013
Seven striking dining room arrangements to inspire high-design mealtime.
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  In an Amagansett, New York, beach house, a Sputnik chandelier in aged steel from Restoration Hardware hangs above a custom concrete-topped table. The vintage cane-and-teak dining chairs were designed in 1966 by Pierre Jeanneret. In the kitchen, a brushed stainless steel range hood by Modern-Aire is matched with faucet hardware from Dornbracht, a Blanco sink, Viking rangetops, and built-in ovens by Wolf. Recessed lighting overhead uses LED bulbs set in Juno housing. Photo by Jeff Heatley.  Courtesy of: Jeff Heatley

    In an Amagansett, New York, beach house, a Sputnik chandelier in aged steel from Restoration Hardware hangs above a custom concrete-topped table. The vintage cane-and-teak dining chairs were designed in 1966 by Pierre Jeanneret. In the kitchen, a brushed stainless steel range hood by Modern-Aire is matched with faucet hardware from Dornbracht, a Blanco sink, Viking rangetops, and built-in ovens by Wolf. Recessed lighting overhead uses LED bulbs set in Juno housing. Photo by Jeff Heatley.

    Courtesy of: Jeff Heatley

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  In the dining area of a Copenhagen apartment, a Mobile Chandelier 3 by Michael Anastassiades is suspended above a table from local cabinetmaker Københavns Møbelsnedkeri. Vintage red dining chairs by Ralf Lindberg mingle with an Ilse Crawford bench for De La Espada. Photo courtesy the Apartment.  Courtesy of: Photos courtesy the Apartment

    In the dining area of a Copenhagen apartment, a Mobile Chandelier 3 by Michael Anastassiades is suspended above a table from local cabinetmaker Københavns Møbelsnedkeri. Vintage red dining chairs by Ralf Lindberg mingle with an Ilse Crawford bench for De La Espada. Photo courtesy the Apartment.

    Courtesy of: Photos courtesy the Apartment

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  A departure from her mod-meets-baroque San Francisco abode, Abigail Turin’s breakfast area is far more sedate. She and her daughter, Helena, have a chat at a Progetto 1 table by Monica Armani for B&B Italia surrounded by four Lia chairs by Roberto Barbieri for Zanotta. The painting behind Helena is by Ricci Albenda.  Photo by: Justin Fantl

    A departure from her mod-meets-baroque San Francisco abode, Abigail Turin’s breakfast area is far more sedate. She and her daughter, Helena, have a chat at a Progetto 1 table by Monica Armani for B&B Italia surrounded by four Lia chairs by Roberto Barbieri for Zanotta. The painting behind Helena is by Ricci Albenda.

    Photo by: Justin Fantl

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  White Saarinen table and chairs offset the rich wood interior of a modern house in Hennepin, Illinois.  Courtesy of: Justin Reid

    White Saarinen table and chairs offset the rich wood interior of a modern house in Hennepin, Illinois.

    Courtesy of: Justin Reid

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  In the dining and cooking pavilion of the Enns House, Karim Rashid Oh chairs, a stove, and a dining table made of a felled tree propped on sawhorses create a rustic-meets-modern vibe.  Photo by: Thomas FrickeCourtesy of: � Thomas Fricke/Corbis

    In the dining and cooking pavilion of the Enns House, Karim Rashid Oh chairs, a stove, and a dining table made of a felled tree propped on sawhorses create a rustic-meets-modern vibe.

    Photo by: Thomas Fricke

    Courtesy of: � Thomas Fricke/Corbis

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  In a house belonging to two Belgian designers, Harry Bertoia chairs flank a concrete table the residents designed. Photo by Frederik Vercruysse.

    In a house belonging to two Belgian designers, Harry Bertoia chairs flank a concrete table the residents designed. Photo by Frederik Vercruysse.

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  Designer Paola Navone transformed a 200-year-old factory in Umbria into an inviting home. A mish-mash of dining chairs surrounds a rustic table, which is illuminated by a row of tactile pendants by Design House Stockholm. Photo by: Photo by Wichmann + Bendtsen.  Photo by: Wichmann + Bendtsen

    Designer Paola Navone transformed a 200-year-old factory in Umbria into an inviting home. A mish-mash of dining chairs surrounds a rustic table, which is illuminated by a row of tactile pendants by Design House Stockholm. Photo by: Photo by Wichmann + Bendtsen.

    Photo by: Wichmann + Bendtsen

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