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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 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.
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 light-filled dining area.
The dining table is where Kate starts her day with a cup of tea and her laptop, sorting out her calendar, booking travel, and catching up on emails. Typically, she has music playing to keep her focused while she’s home alone. And, as she’s bouncing around so often, when she’s not unpacking, doing laundry, and repacking for her next trip, she’s planted on her back porch with friends, garlic cheese bread, and a bit of vino.
Modern pieces, too, now penetrate the rooms, playing off the curves of the walls and archways. She tries to keep it neutral to complement the existing architecture.
The open kitchen leads to the wraparound deck.
The dining nook sits right off the living room and also embraces striking views.
A low-slung, tan leather sofa and the informal, bench-style table with vintage folding chairs work with the relaxed ambiance of the space.
Mohamed removed the wall between the dining area and kitchen but kept a partition near the front door. Eames chairs join a Connubia dining table.
Formal Dining room
The great room offers direct access to the wide veranda and extensive use of wood combined with the ample glazing brings the outdoors in.
Cal and Macy enjoy a snack from Mom at the almost 14-foot-long walnut slab table sourced from Arborica in Marshall, California. The wood came from a tree that fell into a Palo Alto, California, street. A trio of Tom Dixon Beat Lamps provide the perfect counterpoint to a slew of black plastic Eames shell chairs from Herman Miller.
The interior concrete walls echo the ones on the exterior.
A Saarinen table and Eames chairs in the Public House.
Guests are greeted by plush leather booths and classic hardwood floors in the chic bar area.
A few steps down leads to a formal dining area.
The kitchen and dining room is housed on the first floor of Bofill's abode.
Easton and Wright in their dining room. The redwood flooring in the living and dining rooms continues onto the deck.
On the top floor, you’ll find The Boardroom, a private dining room that holds its own private bar.
In The Resting Room, master distiller Jake Burger and a team of instructors create their gin in two 30-liter copper stills on-site. You can also test out a curated selection of international spirits that have been aged in handmade barrels that sit above the bar.
West Village Terrace
A close-up of the dining room with large scale art.
As Orange County’s first transit-oriented urban development, the Santiago Street Lofts were designed by William Hezmalhalch Architects, Inc. in 2007 and were built for creatives who want their life and work to fully coincide. Each 1,885-square-foot loft consists of one bedroom and two-and-a-half bathrooms—which are carefully puzzled together over three floors with a close attention to space.
A table and chairs from Classic Home in the Dallas Market furnish the dining area. The chairs were upholstered by Berkeley Fabrics & Upholstery. Lynn created the fixture overhead with hardware from Tech Lighting. “I never turn  on the lights during the day,” she says. “Even if it’s cloudy outside, there’s plenty of light in here.”
Architect Drew Mandel updated a house in Toronto to look modern and cozy. The clients desired a warm material base for the interior so Mandel used American walnut for the flooring, millwork, and staircase. Loire limestone covers the landing below the steps and Calacatta marble clads the kitchen counters and island.
In the kitchen, matte Caesarstone tops an island composed of custom millwork and stainless-steel Ikea cabinetry. A bright-green Vola faucet adds an idiosyncratic touch of color.
The dining room hosts a dining table that they found on Craig’s List, which Carly painted this bright blue in the basement of her old apartment.
In the dining room, the family gathers beneath a cluster of IKEA Ranarp pendants.
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.
In the dining room, the vintage table and chairs are set off by a Modo Chandelier from Roll & Hill and a vibrantly patterned Anthropologie rug.
Mary Blodgett and Carlton Calvin initially approached Fung + Blatt to design a ceramics studio on their Southern California property, which contains a 1950s house by modernist architect Calvin Straub.
Table Cassina LC15 by Le Corbusier, Rival Chairs by Konstantin Grcic for Artek with Kvadrat fabric, bar cart by Rossana Orlandi,
The fourth-floor kitchen features appliances by Miele, and Heracleum II pendants by Bertjan Pot for Moooi hang over both the kitchen island and the dining table.

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.