371 Dining Room Table Light Hardwood Floors Design Photos And Ideas

The clients wanted to be able to easily seat 20 people for dinner. To do so, the design team paired Hans J. Wegner Wishbone Chairs in a rainbow of colors with a Skovby #23 dining table, which expands the seating from six to 20 with simple extension leaves.
The white oak floors are echoed in the cabinetry of the kitchen and the millwork of storage in the living/dining area.
A TROAG suspension lamp by FOSCARINI lights the dining room.
An outdoor dining space is the perfect place to entertain and socialize with friends and family.
The timber windows and doors are by Charles Sandford.
The living area is furnished with a marble table that Molineus designed, ringed with Series 7 chairs by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen and bookended by a Mezzaluna Terra floor lamp by Bruno Gecchelin and a Spun chair by Thomas Heatherwick for Magis.
Dash Marshall expanded the kitchen slightly so residents can now see all the way through the house when they’re moving from the guest area to the more public spaces. "This line of sight helps people feel more connected and less disoriented. The larger kitchen also alleviates congestions issues that were a problem before," says Boyer.
Shaker-style Salt chairs by Tom Kelley join a custom-sized Etoile dining table and Tsuru Flush Mount III pendant, both by Materia Designs.
The minimalist, open kitchen was built into freestanding millwork walls. Valgora strove to layer design elements from the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries.
The screen porch serves as an auxiliary dining area and is furnished with a Teak outdoor table from Ikea surrounded by three chairs, including two vintage chairs and a silver 1006 Navy chair by Emeco from Design Within Reach.
The staircase beautifully blends in with the wooden walls, floors, and ceilings.
The simple, clean-lined kitchen and dining area is the heart of the home.
Light and dark herringbone parquetry combine to create a dynamic dining area.
Open shelving continues from the kitchen to the sun room, with Cappellini Big Break dining table and Knoll Gigi chairs.
The home’s elevator features a glass cab and exposed mechanical elements. The already high Victorian ceilings were extended vertically to the top of the attic’s pitch, where a skylight was added.
“A high-performance, heavily tinted glass was used within the skylights’ double-glazed units to reduce summer heat,” Simpson says. Autex Industries provided the insulation for the year’s cooler months, and the addition of a second, more geometric ceiling hides modern-day electrical and mechanical cords.
A pair of matching Idea lights by Vesoi over a dining room table and chairs, both locally-made.
The Drop Hat pendants are by Plumen and the convertible sofa is by Resource Furniture.
“We wanted something less Euro. We used felt on one wall, herringbone floors, and walnut shelving to give it some color,” Graham Hill says.
The custom-lined patio door curtains and convertible sleeper sofa room divider are made from Sunbrella® Elements Collection fabric.
INT2 architecture used a variety of different materials to delineate spaces throughout the apartment.
Wood floors and stairs, along with a wooden dining table, give the interiors a warm, cozy feel.
In the dining room, a table custom-made in Denmark by KBH is surrounded by more Wishbone Chairs. The oversized pendants are from Luminaire Authentik.
Aaron Schiller provided the interior furnishings for the house, and designed and fabricated several important pieces, including the 12-foot-long dining table made of stack-laminated, hand-carved walnut. The table’s bases were roughly shaped with a chain saw, then sanded in swooping curves reminiscent of boats one sees on the Atlantic beyond.
White-washed birch plywood has been used for the interior walls.
Massive glass sliding doors flood the interiors with natural light and create a connection with the stunning surroundings.
Tom Dixon's Beat pendant lighting hangs over the dining table.
In the dining room, a marble-topped Saarinen table is surrounded with pink Eames chairs.
After a strategic renovation, the redesigned apartment is a great example of a home that corresponds with Common’s philosophy of creating spaces that work well, all while responding to their context. (Coffee table from Yield.)
A light, bright interior is filled with natural materials and white, subdued accents. Large windows look out towards the only fjord on the eastern seaboard.
Above the kitchen and dining room, a glass bridge connects bedrooms on the third floor. "The glass flooring allows the southern light to penetrate farther into the space, but also creates a special moment of pause to experience the scale and volume of the space below and towering trees beyond," says Maniscalco.
The double-height, fully glazed volume at the home's rear "brings significant light into the home, while simultaneously creating a moment to experience the verticality of the surrounding trees which loom above the home," explains Maniscalco.
The owners' minimalist sensibilities informed the aesthetics, which have been guided by an elegant, bleached palette and stripped-back surfaces.
The dining area now has a table from All Modern, chairs from Poly & Bark, and a sleek chandelier from West Elm.
They replaced the dated carpeting on the main floor with engineered hardwood and left the unfinished stone flooring in the kitchen in place. The kitchen also got new hardware and lighting.
The dining area is just steps from the outdoors. A B&B Italia dining table and chairs create a minimalist setting.
The pitch of the roof of the new addition was left exposed to create a more voluminous feel.
It collects rainwater and has a potable water filtration system, and is built with completely non-toxic materials.
The living, dining, and kitchen spaces flow into one another.
The kitchen table is a maple butcher block from a farmhouse in Old Orchard Beach in Maine.
A four-person dining table is sited near the large picture window on the wider end of the house.
Walls were knocked down to connect the living room and dining area, while a see-through fireplace partitions the rooms. The bright fuchsia rug was a vintage find.
A map of Central London currently adorns the new dining and kitchen extension.
In the kitchen, the original unpainted brick can be glimpsed. The floors are polyurethane.
The kitchen is spacious, open, and bright, overlooking a more casual eating-and-sitting area.
The "formal" dining room is just off the living area.
Workroom director and architect John Bornas has worked with AGUSHI on several projects, and both teams are much in agreement when it comes to design sensibilities and attention to detail.
Dining Room
The couple loves to entertain, so it was important that the downstairs living area have a good flow between the kitchen, dining, and living areas. A dramatic chandelier from Lindsey Adelman hangs from the double-height ceiling, punctuating the space.

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.