96 Dining Room Rug Floors Chair Design Photos And Ideas

Timber posts, which support a timber lined canopy overhead, were used as the boundaries of the pavilion structure.
T
Exposed wood ceilings and tile floor in the dining room.
Because the property slopes to the rear, the home’s eastern view is of treetops right outside. In the dining nook, Executive Armchairs by Eero Saarinen join a Warren Platner table beneath a Serge Mouille ceiling light. A patterned rug by AVO rests on the terrazzo tile floor.
Here, rattan chairs, Asian-style lantern pendant lamps, and vines hanging from the ceilings make patrons feel like they’ve exited London, and entered a far away land.
There is a queen bedroom and full bath on the upper loft level that has its own deck and overlooks the woods and river.
The home's industrial look is softened by vintage elements throughout and curtains.
Meticulous positioning for solar energy keeps the home warm in winter, along with the floor-to-ceiling windows that help heat it during the day.
Geometric patterns were a big part of the home's design, and that's best showcased by the dining room's
The interiors of the main home are elegant and airy, with a dark palette warmed by the use of natural wood. A dramatic fireplace is the centerpiece of the open plan great room.
Large picture windows bring much sunlight into the dining area.
High ceilings, exposed brick walls, and refinished wood floors now coexist with modern interventions, such as the stairwell composed of sapele, glass, and steel, and custom maple built-ins in the cozy library lounge. Time to pick up a copy of The House on Mango Street and tuck in.
The home is now available to rent via OneFineStay. In the main home, extensive sheets of glass, from the living room to the principal bedroom, frame views to the private backyard and tiled pool. White oak built-ins and kitchen cabinets complement the original tongue-and-groove ceiling and contrast with stained concrete floors. Bright accents—delivered via the citrus green cabinetry in the bathroom and indigo Heath tile in the kitchen, as well as books and furnishings throughout—bring warmth and playful color.
A glass-topped coffee table with colorful terrazzo legs is a playful contrast to a couch with curved sides.
British architects Sir Michael and Lady Patty Hopkins designed The Long House in Norfolk for Living Architecture.
Detail of Dining Room
Dining Room Looking into Kitchen and Family Room
A suspension lamp by Fontana Arte.
The open-plan living and dining area connects to  an outdoor patio and the pool.
The kitchen and dining area.
Living + Dining + Kitchen + Garden
Located in Honolulu on the Hawaiian island of Oahu, The Surfjack was designed to celebrate the true soul of Waikiki, the island's local creatives, and the creative movement that's taking the city by storm. The 112 vintage-inspired rooms and playful Swim Club take cues from the heyday of midcentury design.
The wood-burning stove keeps the home warm on cool nights.
French doors and additional glazing give the private dining area a sense of the outdoors.
When you visit The Distillery, you’ll find GinTonica on the first floor, a Spanish-inspired bar and kitchen that celebrates Spain’s connection to juniper. You can try a number of different experimental takes on the Gin and Tonic, which is served in a traditional Copa de Balón—a balloon goblet glass.
The dining room nook is set off the living area.
The kitchen and dining area benefit from the light that pours in from the glass wall. A set of Hay J77 chairs and a YES Crane Light wrap around the table.
The living-dining room overlooks the neighborhood and the Bay beyond. The Safari chair was designed by Jens Quistgaard. Michael Thonet chairs are paired with a walnut table by Anthony Marschak for Original Timber Co.
A mix of vintage and modern pieces furnish the home, including a table by Arne Vodder for George Tanier, an IKEA rug, and a Lambert & Fils chandelier in the dining room. A bar cart from her grandmother is one of Sarah’s most prized possessions. The ceiling color is Benjamin Moore Marine Blue.
A vast sense of space exists in the large formal dining room which overlooks the patio.
The living area opens to the dining room area.
The Blues Are Still Blue

Grinding down the concrete floor was too costly, so the Benoits had it painted blue with inexpensive Benjamin Moore latex floor-and-patio paint and then sealed with Zinsser shellac—a natural, nontoxic product that brushes on and can be easily touched up. It darkened the blue paint a bit and gives the floor a hand-worked luster. 

benjaminmoore.com

rustoleum.com/zinsserhp.asp

Scandinavian Grace

The Benoits bought their Scandinavian modern table from Klassik Living in Berkeley. “Their prices are very reasonable for the uniqueness and quality offered,” says Peter. They chose teak since it darkens nicely and naturally when exposed to sunlight—–helpful since their table gets blasted by morning rays. 

klassikliving.com
The dining room table is often used for rousing games of cribbage, but cleans up nicely when it's time to eat. The small balcony outside is home to a collection of plants (which get watered more often than the succulents inside).
Full height glass doors allow the viewing terrace to blend seamlessly into the interior breakfast nook.
The formal dining room is framed by a wood screen wall which allows light to continually pass inward.
Architectural ispiration and exhibition posters fill the walls of Juhl's home office. Two chairs of Juhl's design are placed on the side of his desk, designed in 1945.
The dining set was designed by midcentury Danish deisgner Hans Olsen. It's illuminated by a duo of Mori Gourd pendants, also by Rich Brilliant Willing.
Designed by London practice Henning Stummel Architects, this London residence is composed of six, red colored, metal-clad pavilions with high, pyramidal-shaped roofs crowned with skylights flood the interiors with sunlight.

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.

Get a Daily Dose of Design

Sign up for the Dwell Daily Newsletter and never miss our new features, photos, home tours, stories, and more.