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The dining room table is perfectly positioned to enjoy the sweeping views of the Sörmlands archipelago.
The newly expanded laundry room is accessible via a blue door, directly adjacent to the kitchen and dining spaces.
The deep blue color is extended into the dining space, and provides a colorful accent to the back wall of the seating area.
Tom Dixon's pendant lighting over the dining table perfectly helps define the space, further adding to the striking balance of light and dark. A custom staircase leads through the three levels of the home.
The kitchen is off the dining area and opens to it with a retractable door and window.
The dining room has the sense of being in a glass-enclosed structure in the woods.
Aplomb Suspension Lamps hang above the dining table, which is set above a custom area rug by the client's interior design firm. Sally, one of the cats, is seen here.
A vintage dining table built of reclaimed 18th-century English floorboards is combined with Donghia's Anziano chairs, which is a modern take on the ancient Greek Klismos chair.
When the sliding panels in the master bedroom are recessed, the opening allows natural light and views to flow unobstructed through the home.
Naber removed a sliding door and installed a four-foot extension in the kitchen to accommodate a stylish breakfast nook that overlooks the patio and backyard.
Full-height glazing ushers in incredible views of the hills to the south.
The apartment has rift-cut white oak floors, as well as floor-to-ceiling white oak millwork in the living lounge and dining area.
"We maximized natural lighting, ventilation, and contact with the outdoors in all environments, which sometimes open onto the street at the height of the treetops, or opens onto an outdoor area with a tropical garden," explains the architects.
The dining area leads to the kitchen which sits behind a grand wooden pocket-door, allowing the space to be closed off as needed.
The predominately timber palette carries over into the Quantum custom-made triple-glazed casement windows framed with unfinished, reclaimed Redwood on the exterior and Douglas Fir, finished in clear lacquer, on the interior.
A former factory for Alexander Thomson & Sons Pattern Makers—a company that made wooden forms which were then cast in metal for propellers—this old building now has a new second floor and an excavated cellar, which has increased its floor space from 3,500 square feet to a whooping 8,500 square feet.
Operable full-height glazing opens the dining room up on both sides.
The design team exposed the original brick highlighting the warmth of the original wood ceiling.
Plenty of nooks and alcoves provide intimate spaces within a relatively large house.
For the kitchen, the homeowner didn’t want a lot of closed cabinetry. So while the island features plenty of concealed storage space, she was excited to have open shelves to display a selection of beautiful pieces from her collection.
The table was designed to patina with age.
The dining room table is a new, custom-made piece from Nickey Kehoe. It is paired with ebonized black wood chairs with leather sling style seats by Sawkille Co. The chunky braided jute rug with fringe is from Armadillo & Co., the large pendant lights are from Frezoli Lozz, and the artwork is a photograph by Richard Misrach.
Homeowner Susanna prefers a motley set of dining chairs over a coordinated set; that way, guests can pick their favorite when they sit. Photo by: Petra Bindel
The kitchen/dining room is lined in knotty cedar planks. A pair of Danish modern chairs face  a cowhide rug—a family heirloom.
Double-height ceilings over the open dining area helps to create a nice, airy vibe.
Expansive glazing creates a beautiful flow and a strong integration of indoor/outdoor spaces.
A different pattern by Fabrica de Mosaicos covers the floor in the dining area. Adding texture, the concrete ceiling slab bears the imprint of the wood formwork used to create it. Next to the dining table is an enameled black-and-gold cast-iron Venax stove.
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Pato Branco, Brazil
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The Merchant on the Road Airstream interior was curated by the mother/daughter duo of Merchant Modern.
The dining room leads to a spacious kitchen.
A formal dining room sits just off the living area and overlooks the entry.
Every room received refinished hardwood floors, and resurfaced walls. New furnishings and refreshed bookcases were added to the living room.
Timber posts, which support a timber lined canopy overhead, were used as the boundaries of the pavilion structure.
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Exposed wood ceilings and tile floor in the dining room.
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.
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.
Vintage run. Reclaimed White Oak Flooring from Provenance Architecturals, Live Edge table, Japanese concrete lights.
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 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.
The tall space over the main room features timber detailing and ample natural light from high windows—which also offer privacy from the main house.
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 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.