You would be hard-pressed to find many modern homes porting carefully crafted carved wooden dining chairs and dining tables such as the ones in this formal dining room design. This elegant example of good interior design also has a traditional hanging chandelier with exposed wooden beams on the ceiling. The patterned drapes conceal the beautiful glass panel windows and the area rug covers the nice hardwood flooring.
A trio of neutral colors and subtle shapes make up the room décor of this fresh country look. A candlestick chandelier is the focal point hanging over a spindle leg dining table and matching two-seater bench. Two eccentric ladderback chairs grace one side of the table and two soft side chameleon chairs with pillows demand room attention on each end.
When the homeowners removed the structure's dropped ceilings and drywall, they discovered dramatic roof beams and charming beadboard. In the dining room, and throughout the residence, they sanded the pine floors and stained them a rich ebony. Here, they sit in midcentury Woodard chairs. A friend crafted the dining table out of wood salvaged from a bowling lane. The oversize light formerly illuminated a factory. The walls are painted High-Gloss White by Behr.
The plain white paint finish of the intricately detailed wall panels, shelving, and cabinetry, along with the ceiling moldings and the plain white ceiling contrast really well with the dark browns of the polished oak floor boards, the polished solid wood dining table as well as the carved wooden dining chairs. The black fireplace, blue and white area rug, and the crystal chandelier up the classiness of the room even more.
Stylish jet black leather armchairs surround the circular glass dining room table while subtle pieces of furniture are located to the left side of the room. The random tiled limestone flooring along with the glass view doors surrounding the room go well with the circular raised ceiling that holds up the beautiful crystal chandelier. Sophistication and style are the two main points of this dining room design.
There are accent walls and accent chairs, but in this case, there is such thing as an accent table. This bold ruddy-complected country table brags cross back chairs and a jute area rug. Topped off with a metallic electric candle chandelier and standard silverware/dish buffet, you can add a large Roman numeral battery-operated wall clock and let the sunshine in.
Boxy shapes and tin-pan metals make up the theme of this eating area masterpiece. It doubles as a game room and triples as a simple gathering place to plan family events. The repurposed stove vent overhead lighting and canned greenery, with mismatched bench seating and cross back chairs surrounding a long bench table make this country-style room a unique display.
Your dining room should serve as the hub for family meals, but when dated decor or built-up clutter causes you to relocate to the kitchen or TV room instead, you end up underutilizing one of your home's most central rooms. Give your dining room the makeover it deserves with these fresh and modern design ideas. Whether you're looking for inexpensive quick fixes or inspiration for a total do-over, these stunning spaces will motivate you to make some big changes — and sit down with the kids or friends for more memorable dinners.
Clean lines and a sense of openness is always a winning combination for a morning or day room, especially at meal times when the sun is up and shining. With cross back and soft button-tufted parson’s chairs around a butcher-block table with a center rail, this room features a sentimental wall hanging surrounded by an open two-piece L-shaped scroll frame.

While a modern aesthetic will almost always compliment open concept kitchen designs, that doesn’t mean it’s your only option. Take a look at your current kitchen and dining room, and make note of what you like about them, design-wise. Is there a certain lighting fixture you absolutely love? A few antique pieces that add extra character? Choose to build around these elements in your new open concept space.
In this image, we have designed the dining room of the house beautifully by keeping the main focus on the attraction of the house. The captivating decoration of the wall with the firepit is making this dining room arrangement simply attractive at the very first sight. You can also locate some graphics on the wall to increase the beauty of the room.
2. Honesty is the Best Policy – A common aspect of architectural design that the most critical designers look out for is a space’s sincerity. A lot of commercial fads in construction make it such that materials are easily replicated and installed for the cheap, but what you will want to go for is timelessness. Go for natural materials or as natural as you can get them; try to avoid cheap “faux” materials that most stores would love to sell you.
Cotton or linen fibers, brilliant sparkling glass, pewter highlights, and articulated wooden spindles give a well-appointed room a hint of authentic vintage-inspired flair. The proper balance, when mixed with cross back chairs and chairs covered in stitched tapestry designs, “clash” together in a harmonious mix that will make any throwback design an updated treasure.
Your dining room should serve as the hub for family meals, but when dated decor or built-up clutter causes you to relocate to the kitchen or TV room instead, you end up underutilizing one of your home's most central rooms. Give your dining room the makeover it deserves with these fresh and modern design ideas. Whether you're looking for inexpensive quick fixes or inspiration for a total do-over, these stunning spaces will motivate you to make some big changes — and sit down with the kids or friends for more memorable dinners.
While designing the unique and attractive interior decoration ideas for you, we have also kept the focus on the demands of hotels renovation desires. So this interesting dining room design is all styled out for those who want to give their place a unique appearance that will increase the beauty of their restaurants and that decoration will attract their customers.
To create the rustic look, most farmhouse dining rooms incorporate worn, earthy, and vintage materials and designs. Examples of farmhouse dining room decorations include old cupboards, handmade pillows, wooden tables and chairs, floral wreaths, delicate china, and old-fashioned decorations. Many of these decorations can be made by hand, or purchased online or at an antique store. And the old-fashioned flair of these ideas can delight people across generations. Are you looking for farmhouse dining room décor ideas to help you revitalize your own dining room? Here’s some of the best ideas on the Internet to help guide you through the creative process.

The homeowners wanted to have a fresh, bright dining room, so designer Ashley Whittaker helped them pick a showstopping lettuce green shade for the shiny lacquered walls and then kicked it up a notch with bright coral upholstered dining chairs. Painted lantern sconces and a sleek, four-arm, unlacquered brass chandelier play off the casual mood established by the sweet/tart color scheme.

In this image, we have designed the dining room of the house beautifully by keeping the main focus on the attraction of the house. The captivating decoration of the wall with the firepit is making this dining room arrangement simply attractive at the very first sight. You can also locate some graphics on the wall to increase the beauty of the room.
Start with a concrete idea of what you want the dining room to be at the end of the design process. At this point, be as wild and imaginative as you can. And then, like carving a masterpiece out of a block of wood, slowly chip away the ideas that don’t go well with the overall theme you are trying to pull. Keep refining and keep simplifying until you are left with a design that would make seasoned interior designers proud.
There are accent walls and accent chairs, but in this case, there is such thing as an accent table. This bold ruddy-complected country table brags cross back chairs and a jute area rug. Topped off with a metallic electric candle chandelier and standard silverware/dish buffet, you can add a large Roman numeral battery-operated wall clock and let the sunshine in.
1. Less is More – As the late Bruce Lee once said, “It’s not the daily increase but daily decrease. Hack away at the unessential.” A mark of a good designer is their inclination to do subtractive design as opposed to additive. This includes creating efficient yet bold layouts with rectilinear shapes and making sure to make classy and discreet material choices.

I watch a lot of HGTV and Joanna and Chip Gaines are always giving their carpenter the task to build  fabulous farmhouse tables for the decor in their client’s homes they have remodeled.  This table isn’t quite as large as some of the ones you see on the show, but this is a great tutorial to use … Continue reading Make Your Very Own Quaint Farmhouse Table!


From the days of leftover wood yard boards and unused chickenwire comes a spirited throwback whitewashed cupboard buffet designed to hold and display dishes or anything else your heart desires. With two mesh wire door panels up top, scalloped edges, and a spindle-legged hutch with shiplap model backing, this double-door double-drawer piece is a conversation starter all on its own.
You would be hard-pressed to find many modern homes porting carefully crafted carved wooden dining chairs and dining tables such as the ones in this formal dining room design. This elegant example of good interior design also has a traditional hanging chandelier with exposed wooden beams on the ceiling. The patterned drapes conceal the beautiful glass panel windows and the area rug covers the nice hardwood flooring.
Our previous home was basically “done” after our large remodel after our house fire and I wasn’t completely on board with a fixer upper. But this house has beautiful land and after several months on the market the price dropped, which peaked my interest. So we scheduled a showing and I left thinking, “No way.” Then over the next week God kept bringing the home to mind and my brain wouldn’t shut off thinking about all the updates I would make.
Our previous home was basically “done” after our large remodel after our house fire and I wasn’t completely on board with a fixer upper. But this house has beautiful land and after several months on the market the price dropped, which peaked my interest. So we scheduled a showing and I left thinking, “No way.” Then over the next week God kept bringing the home to mind and my brain wouldn’t shut off thinking about all the updates I would make.
With Far Eastern elements and artistic ideas of rustic country designs comes an eclectic and emerging “junkyard” type of dining area. The true charm of this room, besides the hardy butcher-block type dining table, is the onyx pipe-metal lighting overhang, the two-door glass bureau buffet, and the ‘not-exactly-matching’ armless parsons and round back chairs, roughly unfinished but uniquely complete.
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