Marble Dining Table

Minimal Modern Breakfast Nook

Minimal Modern Breakfast Nook

To create interest in a minimally styled space, the key is to add high contrast. This breakfast nook has a palette of black and white, which adds a crisp touch, while the brass touches and warm terracotta walls add an unexpected stylistic element.

A Table for Four or More

A Table for Four or More

Picking the right dining table for your dining room can be tricky, but if you'd like to seat more than 4 people, it's a good idea to stick with a rectangular shape. Just remember, for larger gatherings, you may want to go for a table with a pedestal leg for even more seating room.

Stylish and Elevated Small Dining Room

Stylish and Elevated Small Dining Room

This dining room uses streamlined mid-century modern style furniture and pops of gold to create a space-savvy and elegant design. Making it the perfect space for someone who wants to make a statement in their small dining area.

Sculptural Dining Room Design

Sculptural Dining Room Design

If you want to create a clutter-free dining space that still packs a punch, we suggest taking a queue from this dining room. Each item in this design from the chandelier to the marble table has a bold yet clean silhouette. This combo makes for tidy space that leaves a lasting impression.

Victorian Buffet in Modern Dining Room

Victorian Buffet in Modern Dining Room

Sometimes you find a piece of antique furniture that’s such a show-stopper, you have to use it as the centerpiece of your space. That’s how we felt with this classic buffet table. But even statement pieces have to go with the design of the rest of the room. In this case, we placed the buffet in the dining room, alongside a modern marble table and upholstered dining chairs. The sleek forms of both balance out the ornateness of the buffet.

Eclectic, Neutral & Welcoming

Eclectic, Neutral & Welcoming

Welcome your guests with this calming, neutral dining room. Little touches, such as the etching on the pendant lights, add personality to the room. Tall curtains add height by drawing the eye upward. The plants make the room feel warm and welcoming.

Black And White And Glam All Over

Black And White And Glam All Over

How much do you love the monochromatic color palette in this classy dining room?! The sharp contrast between black and white give the room a classic feel while the gold accents in the room add a touch of elegance. The credenza in the background is styled with delicate pieces and interesting patterns.

Small Dining Space: Mirror Solution

Small Dining Space: Mirror Solution

Do you have a small dining space? One way to make it feel and visually appear more spacious is by using mirrors. The grouping of mirrors in this modern dining room not only reflect light making the room appear larger,  but they also add dimension and texture to the modern landscape.

Going For The Green

Going For The Green

What could be cuter than this minty mid-century modern dining room? We've added an animal print rug for an eclectic touch, but if that's not your thing, it would look equally good with a geometric pattern.

Pastel Geometrics For Mid-Century Modern Lovers

Pastel Geometrics For Mid-Century Modern Lovers

We love the simplicity of these geometric panels with this sweet color palette. Sophisticated and modern. Simple and refined.

Well Set Dining Table

Well Set Dining Table

A well set table gives your guests great dining experience. A perfect balance in this room that raws from the industrial-looking staircase and create a contemporary and modern dining room. The ceiling lamp is a sculpture all in itself that adds the perfect finishing touch in this upscale dining room.

Vivacious Velvet

Vivacious Velvet

These rich velvet midnight blue dining chairs were the perfect companion for this luxurious dining room. In combination with the charcoal, walls bring just the right amount of texture, color, and simplicity. We wanted to keep lines clean and sharp, allowing the textures and colors of the room to add the drama.

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