Do you have an open kitchen with a small adjoining dining room or a small specialty room, we have ideas for furniture, wallpaper, and paint colors to maximize your dining room. Well-chosen art can enliven and add interest to the smallest spaces and the dining room is no exception. Why not consider using a bench instead of various chairs? They sit more, feel friendlier, and look neater in a narrow space. Expanding the desk is perfect for changing the room at night that you want to entertain and cabinets and dressers can be reduced mess. Whatever your budget goes out and eats in style …
1. Black American walnut
The owner of the Manhattan apartment, Ghiora Aharoni, designed the dining table in black American walnut colors and combined it with a set of fifty Nak George Chairs, bought from Wyeth. A statue of the Hindu goddess Parvati holds the court on a table. One of the two seating areas is at the end of the table.
2. Classic Wishbone chairs
The light-filled dining room in the Mayfair-inspired flat of this cruise ship features classic Wishbone chairs and a bespoke white cupboard, walking smoothly to a more luxurious feel of the seating area.
3. Ceiling at both
At the back of this London flat, interior designer Harriet Anstruther lifts then handcuffs the kitchen ceiling on both sides to create a flat top, where she adds a pair of skylights. This illuminates the small dining room below. Curiousa & Curiousa glass chandeliers hang over the wooden dining table, which is surrounded by vintage Tolix chairs by Xavier Pauchard in the original paint.
4. Bold Green Wall
Luke Edward Hall has chosen a bold green wall color for his open living and dining room. The marble topped dining table was found in one of his favorite shops, Ebury Trading and was an investment item. They balance it with six Marcel Breuer style chairs, which is a steal from eBay. “It’s good to confuse things; worth spending money on important items that make you fall in love, but not all of them have to spend a lot of money, ‘Luke said.
5. Plan Living Room
Dining in Rita Konig’s London flat leads from the open living area. The walls are painted ‘Greville Pink’ by Adam Bray. The yellow leather upholstered chair from Philippe Hurel adds a touch of enthusiasm and cheer and the picture by Bill Mauldin from Honor Fraser Gallery in LA adds interest.