116 Dining Room Pendant Lighting Medium Hardwood Floors Design Photos And Ideas

The interiors were reworked into a split-level open-plan living space that evokes a feeling of being standing on top of the fence, and being totally connected with the park.
Timber posts, which support a timber lined canopy overhead, were used as the boundaries of the pavilion structure.
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Glass walls allow light to filter through all spaces in the floor plan.  Continuous wood flooring blends from room to room, creating a coherent space.
The dining area overlooks the yard.
The craftsmanship integral to the experience of the house is evident in the welds of the custom steel windows, the tool marks of the waxed hot-rolled steel panel at the kitchen island, and the hand-turned walnut seats of the bar stools.
The material palette of rustic oak cabinetry, oak floors, and a variety of beautiful marble and quartzite countertops create a warm and inviting retreat-like home.
View to Deck & Little Round Bay
The furniture is a combination of family heirlooms and newer items, such as the Hiroshima Woodseat armchairs by Naoto Fukusawa for Mjolk that surround the dining table. Two Glo-Ball pendants by Jasper Morrison hang in the living/dining area, while Drop 1 pendants by Peter Bowles light the kitchen.
The simple and stylish dining set complements the dark kitchen.
Bright blue kitchen cabinets reflect the blue of the sea close by.
A bright,  open-plan dining and kitchen area.
Scalloped Sapele wood slats on the walls add a textural organic element—the tubular design a running motif in the design.
The menu features creations from Mallorcan-born Michelin-kitchen veteran chef Vicente Fortea.
Geometric patterns were a big part of the home's design, and that's best showcased by the dining room's
The living/dining area wraps around a central open kitchen and looks out on the wraparound terrace. The home features many state-of-the features such as a Creston electronic shade system throughout.
The dining and kitchen on the ground floor.
The Temple House in Green Village, Bali.
Gorgeous blue curtains allow this area to be broken out into separate rooms, if needed.
Guests are greeted by plush leather booths and classic hardwood floors in the chic bar area.
Nederhof and his son Scott sit at a Tulip table by Eero Saarinen for Knoll in the flexible office area. The chairs are by Friso Kramer for Ahrend, and the Corona pendant light is from Established & Sons.
The dining room features 1970s leather-and-brass dining chairs and a table concocted from a brass-and-silver base and a custom lacquered top. The cheerful blue paint enlivening the doorway is from Emery & Cie.
A suspension lamp by Fontana Arte.
An additional nook.
The open living plan allows for multiple configurations.
The open-plan living and dining area connects to  an outdoor patio and the pool.
The dining room is where the young family gathers to share a meal and play games.
The stairs lead to a sleeping loft outfitted with a mechanical skylight.
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.
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.
Andrew and Dustin were meticulous in their selections for the home’s furnishings and fixtures. In the dining area, a Vista of California table by Don Knorr is surrounded by Van Keppel-Green chairs.
The residents wanted their house to sit within the bush, not above it. Two decks made of local purpleheart enhance the feeling of sitting among the trees, while the structure’s Dimondek 300 steel cladding provides a backdrop that makes the foliage stand out. The couple landscaped the site themselves, keeping as many native plants as possible while adding a few bromeliads, cycads, and fruit trees near the decks.
Dining table from Berkshire wood products, and dining chairs from Allmodern
Large windows fill the main living and dining space with natural light.  FLOS IC Pendant Lights hang in the double height space.
The formal dining room is framed by a wood screen wall which allows light to continually pass inward.
The home’s open-floor plan combines the dining and living areas into a shared space. The dining table is a custom walnut plank top with a base by Organic Modernism. It is surrounded by CH20 Elbow chairs by Hans J. Wegner for Carl Hansen & Son.
Designer Jeff Sand’s Universal Chairs combine his love for classic French café chairs with an appreciation for “the beautiful metal casings on an old Moto Guzzi.” Sand Studios also designed the dining table and pendant lamp.
In the dining room, Wishbone chairs by Hans J. Wegner surround a 195 Naan table by Piero Lissoni.
In the living room, spare Scandinavian design takes center stage. Hans Wegner’s Wishbone chairs surround an Essay dining table by Cecilie Manz for Fritz Hansen; a mostly wood palette is enhanced by slate-gray brick around the fireplace. The paper lanterns throughout the home are a mixture of classics by Isamu Noguchi alongside those picked up in Japan and France.
The living room’s retro lounge suite sits beneath a Fijian hardwood accent.
With its timber rafters and expanses of glass, the house contrasts with its more conventional neighbors. To keep the focus on the views, Anna opted for minimal furnishings. The final design is the result of many imagined interiors, she explains: “I dreamt about this house for some time—then I saw it in real life.” In the dining area, a pair of IKEA Hektar pendants hangs over a table designed by Anna’s employees as a gift. The chairs are from European home improvement store Obi; the rug is vintage.
Upcycled Kirei wall board pairs with a Rais Gabo stove in the original part of the house, which connects seamlessly  to the prefab addition.

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.

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