123 Dining Room Dark Hardwood Floors Table Design Photos And Ideas

Intimate, wood-clad main rooms create a cohesive atmosphere.
The dining room is surrounded by windows to take in the ocean views.
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The team also cleaned up and preserved the original control panel. "We relocated it to the overhead compartment above the banquette as a nod to its history," says Cole. "We try to do this as much as possible."
The architects removed decorative wood beams and wood paneling, and raised the ceiling to reveal a bright, open space. The existing fireplace mantle was swapped out for Bolection molding, a minimal-yet-traditional profile that allows more space for wall art. Hendricks installed the sconces and Noguchi lantern above the clients' wood table and chairs.
The owners asked to keep their magenta chairs, which Hope-Kennedy paired with a midcentury dining table.
Custom storage and bookshelves were inserted between the preserved fireplace columns. The slight hint of wood grain beneath the stain imbues subtle texture. The waist-high shelf can act as a buffet, or art display, and the table is from Design Within Reach. The pendants are from Allied Maker.
De La Espada Solo dining chairs by Neri & Hu surround a table that was custom-built in Shanghai for the owners.
Drenched in light, a corner breakfast nook offers a relatively more casual setting for dining.
A private, key-lock elevator will transport you up 29 floors to the two-floor residence known as Penthouse 31. From there, large opaque glass front doors with striking wrought-iron detail lead inside to a spacious great room featuring 12' ceilings and jaw-dropping skyline views.
“We are still getting to know the house, becoming acquainted with and learning to inhabit the space. We see this as a life project, and we aim to spend more time here as we grow older,” adds Antonio.
"It's easy to get caught up in trendy design, and that's a trap that will usually lead to you wishing you 'hadn't done that' a few years down the line," Becky says. "If you're looking to create a space that will stand the test of time, stick with a neutral color palette and natural materials." The Forchette 12 chandelier was custom-made by Materia.
An indoor/outdoor swimming pool flows into the living space and grand, floor-to-ceiling windows lead onto a large, semi-covered terrace with stunning views of the Atlas Mountains.
The formal dining area overlooks the backyard pool. French doors lead directly to the home's spacious courtyard patio, which sits sandwiched between the dining and living rooms.
"It was a malfunctioning bathroom that led them to first reach out," recalls Eng-Goetz. "I think this is often the case with renovations—a malfunction such as a leaking plumbing fixture prompts one to think, ‘What else could be improved?’ and before you know it, a whole-house renovation is underway."
The dining room connects to the living room through a black-outlined arch that echos the window frames in the living room. The leather credenza is from BDDW.
The dining room features a collection of surfboards from Barry McGee. The striking diamond-patterned rug is from Nanimarquina. An oval, marble-topped Mizar table from Giorgetti is paired with chairs from Dmitriy & Co and a Cloud chandelier from Apparatus Studio.
A look back at the dining room and its large windows overlooking the veranda. The large space seamlessly flows with the living room, but also offers pocket doors to divide the space as needed.
To the right of the main entrance is a formal dining room, which features built-in bookcases and broad panel wood flooring. The floors, which run throughout the rest of the home, were salvaged and refinished on site.
The few extra square feet provided by the small bump out give the family enough space for a dining table, while modern windows provide plenty of natural light.
Walnut tables and flooring, along with blonde birch wall paneling, creates an inviting interior.
Suites include a spacious living and dining area, a full second bathroom, and a small, fully accessorized kitchen.
Countertops and cabinets form a buffet area in the dining room, extending seamlessly from the kitchen. As in the living room, a matching Series 600 Sliding Glass Door opens to the deck.
Intricate trim and paneling on the walls exude Queenslander style.
The charred reclaimed oak on the ceiling continues onto the exterior of a loft space overlooking the dining area. Mod 265 wall lamps by Paolo Rizzatto for Flos illuminate a vintage trestle table that belonged to Claire’s family. The original pine floor boards were stained a chocolate brown.
A rose-gold glass wall distinguishes the dining space from the living room.
The restaurant at August is run by renowned Chef Nick Bril of neighboring restaurant The Jane, and offers an internationally inspired menu with locally sourced produce and ingredients.
Author and French designer Daniel Rozensztroch's industrial loft was a 17th-century manufacturing plant in the Marais, a historic district that abuts the Bastille. A row of vintage iron cabinets, mostly recovered from doctors’ and dentists’ offices, separate the kitchen from the dining area. The Gervasoni table was designed by close friend Paola Navone. Architect Dominique Perrault and designer Gaëlle Lauriot-Prévost are responsible for the the tubular pendants over the dining table, which resemble old subway lamps.
One building serves as the family's main living space, while the other holds a guest house. A bridge links the two volumes together.
The dining room is adjacent to the kitchen.
Colonnades of French doors line the dining room, fostering another harmonious indoor-outdoor connection.
Bartolomeu, Torel 1884's bistro serving French-inspired cuisine made with Portuguese ingredients, conjures a safari vibe.
Dining rooms don't have to be overly formal and stuffy. We especially love the custom credenza and the Sarus Mobile
“The module can be assembled in parts on-site, and consists of 100% recyclable materials,” say the designers.
Here, the pale wood walls are accented with a dark-stained wood window and floors—but the finishes for the FLEXSE can be customized.
Reminiscent of Diane Keaton's inky abode, Conklin's moody dining room is furnished with Herman Miller chairs, IKEA pendant lights, and a Target bench.
The kitchen is partially enclosed by a thick wall containing a bathroom. The dining and living spaces are completely open to each other.
In the new dining room, the firm surrounded a table commissioned from Ross Didier with Half Hurdle chairs in white and oak from Doweljones. An Ora pendant from Ross Gardam hangs above the table.
New cabinetry with a modern sensibility corrals clutter, and a smaller dining set better suits the scale of the kitchen’s eating nook.
The elegant kitchen has vaulted tongue-and-groove ceilings paired with chic steel-gray cabinetry and white marble countertops. French doors open the room to a sunset-facing terrace with an outdoor fireplace and sweeping views across the canyon.
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The dining area lies just off the kitchen.
The dining room stands in stark contrast to the light-filled kitchen.
At an apartment in Brookyln, AphroChic designers Jeanine Hays and Bryan Mason played with different tones of wood and metal in the dining area to achieve a space that is both modern and elegant; the light gray color of the walls keeps the space from feeling too sterile, and provides a warm backdrop for the gold-and-white artwork.
Built in 1915, Hotel Palisade has been revamped by Sibella Court for the building's 100th anniversary and turned into a unique eight-room boutique hotel. "The design pays homage to Hotel Palisade’s rich past but with luxurious finishes to remind you of the comforts of modern day living," says the hotel. "Jewel box bathrooms fitted with old-fashioned fixtures and indulgent products ensure a superior experience for your sleepover." The private rooms and communal spaces, such as the hotel's rooftop deck, offer sweeping views of the surrounding area. Hand-painted murals adorn the walls in cool shades as a nod to the building's portside location and seafaring past.
The home’s layered facade allows the indoor living spaces to be open or closed to the outdoors.
The hotel's cafe.
The rooftop bar looks out over the city.
“The staircase is a great space saver, and we worked to give it an unusual presence,” says Delauney. “It seems challenging to climb to some, even though it is actually very comfortable. This helps define the space on the mezzanine as tucked away from the rest of the apartment, harder to reach, and private.”
A PI03 dining table by Roderick Fry and GA dining chairs by Hans Belmann outfit the space.
Large windows create a light-filled interior.
Keller and Martin also used floor-to-ceiling windows to connect the surrounding private gardens to the living spaces.
Bright interiors are thanks to high ceilings and ample glazing.
For the dining area, Nicolas restored century-old Tyrolean chairs that he found at a Santiago flea market.

The modern dining room is where the universal ritual of breaking bread brings us together. The projects below showcase elegant configurations and designs that encompass chairs and tables, bars and stools, lighting, flooring, and fireplaces.