36 Dining Room Chair Porcelain Tile Floors Table Design Photos And Ideas

Large sliding doors open the dining room and kitchen to the yard creating a seamless indoor-outdoor experience.
The dining area features white Wishbone chairs and a table from AREA Home. Grand sliding glass doors enhance the room’s indoor/outdoor feel.
An additional dining area boasts George Nakashima chairs and lighting from Flos.
The home’s passive design reduces the need for additional heating and cooling. The thermal mass of the insulated ground slab mitigates temperature extremes. Hydronic heating installed in the ground slab is powered by natural gas.
A view from the back lawn to the dining room in the new extension—and the hallway of the existing cottage beyond. Arenaria Grigio porcelain stoneware from Alexandria Tiles line the living area floors, while NSW spotted gum is used in the hall.
Like a garden pavilion, the living/dining area completely opens up to the outdoors on two sides: the courtyard to the west and the backyard to the east. The bespoke dining table by Oliver Throsby is paired with Thonet No. 18 chairs.
Dark blue cabinetry adds a dramatic flair in the kitchen of the guest house.
A streamlined material palette and crisp white interiors frame an art-filled home in the Pacific Northwest.
Simple furnishings match the minimalist design of the home. The eat-in kitchen includes an IKEA dining table and Structure chairs. The pendant lamps are from Luminaire Authentik.
In 2005, Gretchen Rice and Kevin Farnham acquired a 1908 home in San Francisco that had been remodeled in the 1940s by well-known local architect Henry Hill. Their series of small interventions have kept the design intent of the 1940s renovation—including an enclosed atrium, wood wall paneling, and unusual built-ins—while updating the home for contemporary living. In the dining area, Metropolitan side chairs by Jeffrey Bernett for B&B Italia surround a Surf Table designed by Carlo Colombo for Zanotta.
Skylights rest above a cozy eating area, complete with French doors that lead to a side terrace. Often recognized as the creator of "California design," Maybeck regularly integrated indoor/outdoor living into the homes he built, even as early as in the 1890s.
Hoff at work. The dining area features a table by Gus* modern and Eames moulded plastic chairs. The painting is by Simon Gaon.
Like many other rooms in Milwood Residence by Mayes Office, the dining room is open and flows freely into the kitchen area. High ceilings and large windows connect the home to the outdoors.
Kitchen and dining pod
The new dining room is part of the open-concept great room. Porcelanosa floor tile (in 12" x 24" Town Niquel Nature) is used throughout the home’s interior to provide a soft and neutral backdrop, allowing pops of color and statement tile to shine.
The dining room.
The living and dining areas were expanded and given greater access to natural light.
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The dining area sits just off the kitchen.
The dining area is on the backside of the fireplace and also overlooks the garden.
Eames molded plywood chairs are arranged around a round midcentury-modern dining table.
Tom Dixon's mesmerizing Melt Pendant Lamp hangs from a raised ceiling over the dining table. The dining room credenza is Jorge's original design.
The tiles are ink-jet and cold-glazed porcelain, and are meant to weather slightly over time, like wood.
In the dining room, a Poul Henningsen lamp hovers over a table by Philipp Mainzer for E15, surrounded by Hans Wegner Wishbone chairs. The artwork is by Maria Sanchez. The designer added a Banco kitchen by Dada with Jasper Morrison stools.