118,899 Traditional Dining Room Design Photos
One Coast Design
Soft palette in the Dining Room at our project 'Tranquil and Rustic, Greensboro, NC' Just right for an intimate gathering of family and friends! And the table has a lazy susan in the center.
Pizzale Design Inc.
The dining room has plenty of seating to comfortably fit 8 people. It is accented with custom molding and artwork to finish the look. The colour palette unifies the main floor with maintaining a clean look.
Chango & Co.
View into formal dining room from grand entry foyer. The floors of this home were stained with a custom blend of walnut and dark oak stain to let the grain of the white oak shine through. The walls 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. 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.
Noble Johnson Architects
Photography: Garett + Carrie Buell of Studiobuell/ studiobuell.com
AWM Carpentry LLC
Maple Built-in Banquet Seating with Storage
Traditional Custom Kitchen
Paper Moon Painting
Wallpapered feature wall in updated dining room. Photo by Matthew Niemann
Ink Architecture + Interiors
Wagner Creek Private Residence Completed 2013 Photographer: Matt Silk Facebook/Twitter/Instagram/Tumblr: inkarchitecture
Landmark Services Inc
We built a new barn in suburban Boston that contains a half-court basketball court, and a great room or family room with a fieldstone fireplace, Nanawalls, and exposed timber frame. This project was a collaboration with Bensonwood timberframers.
Landy Plante Interiors
Kevin Lein Photography
F. D. Hodge Interiors
An eclectic mix of period antique furnishings and accessories. A 19th c American Empire center table is paired with a set of 19th c Baltic elm wood dining chairs. The Russian Style chandelier is a modern reproduction. Framed engravings of intaglios flank the 19th c French arched mirror. Michael J lee
Decorating Den Interiors, Naples
From Plain to Fabulous A great thing about building a new home is that you are starting fresh. Being a Florida decorator, many of our clients are moving from the Northern or Mid-West states. We advise them to leave their often dark, large pieces of traditional furniture behind and just bring pieces that have value to them whether sentimental or monetary. This dining room was a pleasure because it was a clean slate with large windows letting in the morning sun. The floors are hand-scraped engineered wood in Brazilian walnut which give the entire home a warm feel to counteract the stark white walls. The home owners have a large art collection and specifically chose the white paint so that the paintings can be seen at their best and moved around the home easily. The owners host many dinner parties throughout the year and wanted a table that was virtually indestructible, and that visitors didn’t have to be careful with. This long Mango wood trestle table comfortably seats between eight and ten and has an antique grey, distressed look that is similar to driftwood. We alternated turquoise and light blue dining chairs for some contrast. An outstanding centerpiece for the room is a dazzling grey chandelier with an outstanding display of brilliant graphite crystals. Hundreds of faceted crystals are suspended from ten fluted glass arms. Wall sconces in chrome with grey linen shades were added and all the lighting is on dimmers for a choice of bright or mood lighting depending on the required ambience. To control the harsh Florida sunlight that can leech color out of furnishings within weeks, we installed light grey Silhouette window shades which keep approximately 97% of harmful UV rays out but still let in light even when fully closed. Traversing draperies were installed floor-to-ceiling and wall-to-wall providing a spectacular color wall of cream, green, purple and turquoise. The hardware is hidden behind the crown moulding for a clean, modern look. The best part of this design story lies in the large-scale artwork. The home owner had been given the painting years ago when she lived in Philadelphia but the colors didn’t suit her Northern palette. The painting was hidden in the attic but during the move was crated and sent to Florida. After not seeing it for sixteen years she had forgotten what it looked like and when she saw the crate about to be off-loaded asked the removal crew to take it away. At the last minute she decided to look in the crate and was surprised and delighted to find the perfect artwork for her dining room! Lastly, hand-torn wallpaper was installed in a custom color in the tray ceiling. As this room is used for dinner parties, games and even casual dining we decided not to install a rug for ease of use and movement around the table. Photographer: Rolando Diaz
MRE Creative Services, LLC
Photography By: Larry Taylor Photography