Dining Room

10 Attractive Dining Room Design References

10 Attractive Dining Room Design References

However, we can learn a thing or two from world-renowned interior decorators, whose attention to the dining room speaks for itself – the dining room is special and should be the main center for entertainment and family gatherings. No matter your style, there is a dining room decoration that suits your taste, from timeless elegance with quieter antiques and color palettes to risking designs with saturated colors or thick wallpapers. Designers find smart ways to make small spaces feel bigger and continue to dream of inspirational improvements to walls, lighting, furniture, and floors.

Follow the instructions of this amazing dining room idea, all from designer homes, to renew your space with elevated decorations. Because a beautiful space paired with a memorable menu will surely impress friends and family. Now, it’s time to plan your next dinner party!

1. Well-Collected

In the dining room designed by Charles Spada, the Boiserie panel frames the Creil plate collection. (English saucer and dining table, all Antiques in 5.) Candles, cream tureen, silver glasses as vases, lanterns, lamps, and grandfather clocks are all antiques. Antique French chairs covered in leather. Blinds are cotton Marvic Textiles.

2. Vintage Glamour

Wrapped in panoramic wallpapers depicting ancient Indian scenes with a resounding and exploding scale, the dining room by designer Ruthie Sommers exudes a timeless elegance. Wallpaper, de Gournay. Special tables and chairs. Antique lamps and mirrors, N.P. Trent.

3. Jewel Box

The dining room by designer David Kleinberg is sparkling with its robin egg varnish walls and silver ceiling, both of which make this tiny space appear larger. Pocket door, painted glossy black, finish the room.

4. Cool, Calm, and Collected

In this dining room designed by Bunny Williams, a neutral palette brings together a collection of dining chairs, while the painted floor adds graphic punch. Louis XV-style vintage dining chair in Old World Weaver fabric. Italy 19-c. pendant lamp, Evergreen Antiques. Antique sconces, 1stdibs. 19th France c. table. Georgian Highboy. Curtains in Brunschwig & Fils silk. Wallpaper, Gracie.

5. Mirrored Drama

In this dining room, designer Suellen Gregory fills the panel in the existing millwork with a mirror to make the room look bigger than it really is.

6. Vivid Velvet

In this dining room by designer Miles Redd, dark red accents, such as the color of the chandelier, curtain decoration, and hand-painted wallpaper by de Gournay, provide a warm contrast to the sea of blue cloth. Chandelier, Richard Keith Langham, chairs in velvet and Prelle silk girandole, all antique. The curtain on Jim Thompson’s silk; Cut the scalamandrĂ©. Scottish sideboard, Niall Smith Antiques. Lights, Visual Comfort. All flowers, bloom.

7. White Done Right

Varnished ceilings, mirrored cabinets and satin curtains keep the reflection of light and give dimensions to this white dining room designed by Victoria Hagan. Jonas chair in Kravet fabric. Special Tai Ping carpets. Wall at Super White, Farrow & Ball.

8. Refined Rustic

In this dining room by designer Amanda Lindroth, pecky fir walls provide a casual contrast to antique Venetian tables and chairs, which are covered in Sunbrella fabric. All floral designs by Omar Williams from Wild Seed Designs.

9. Seaside Sparkle

Polished tole hanging fixtures and lacquered white blush add sparkle to this dining room by designer Luis Bustamante. Match schedule, Charles Edwards. Special table. Special chairs and banquets in Loro Piana linen. Pillows in Manuel Canovas and Baker’s cloth. Sheer curtain on the Great Plains. Wallcovering, Phillip Jeffries.

10. Cinnamon and Spice

The neutral background of black beams and white walls allows for warm and clear colors and an eclectic mix to be the center of attention in this dining room designed by David Dalton.

The Donghia chair is made of Kravet fabric. A pair of paintings by Kevin Sloan. Baccarat glass. Hamilton special buffet. A stylish arts and crafts table by Tobey Furniture Co. Pierce Martin. Sconce Formation. Stencil beam by Gina Faulk. Curtains in Coraggio Textile wool. Michaelian & Kohlberg rugs from antique Navajo blanket designs. All floral motifs by David Dalton.