Formal Dining Room Designs & Ideas
Cameron Woo Design
overall look - classy, tasteful. Old money feel, wood and clean lines. - doratangc
Photo by Grey Crawford.
This luxurious classic traditional residence was designed for a female executive in the apparel business.
Winner of the American Society of Interior Designers' Gold Award for Best Home Over 3,500 Sq. Ft. Also, featured on HGTV's Top Ten in 2009.
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This is the dining room, I wanted this room to make a statement. The paneling design on the wall was already white, so I decided to paint the walls needlepoint navy. I dressed the window with a white custom drapery and bronze drapery rod. I used a live edge table with white dining chairs. The rug was my inspirational piece for this room, it just brought everything together. The one piece that the customer had to have was cotton, so I accessorized the table with a vase with cotton and brought in a blue table runner and some white dishes.
The walls of this formal dining room have all been paneled and painted a crisp white to set off the stark gray used on the upper part of the walls, above the paneling. Ceilings are coffered and a dramatic large pendant lamp is placed centered in the paneled ceiling. A silk light grey rug sits proud under a 12' wide custom dining table. Reclaimed wood planks from Canada and an industrial steel base harden the soft lines of the room and provide a bit of whimsy. Dining benches sit on one side of the table, and four leather and nail head studded chairs flank the other side. The table comfortably sits a party of 12.
This rustic modern home was purchased by an art collector that needed plenty of white wall space to hang his collection. The furnishings were kept neutral to allow the art to pop and warm wood tones were selected to keep the house from becoming cold and sterile. Published in Modern In Denver | The Art of Living.
Daniel O'Connor Photography
The open dining room is lit by a rustic iron chandelier that hangs down from the timber ridge above.
Photos: Copyright Heidi Long, Longview Studios, Inc.