Tired of deciding who will sit at the end of the table? The dining room of the designers at Dering Hall is not equipped with a formal dining room that supports a more attractive approach.
1. BLACK AND WHITE
The woven-hide chairs and bone and ram-horn candlesticks are her own designs, and the rug is cowhide.
2. GRAND ENTRY
A reclaimed-oak dining table is surrounded by vintage Paul McCobb chairs in Athena and Victor Calderone’s light-filled Ama- gansett
3. HIGH DESIGN
The factory lights are from CITE, and the mismatched stools
4. MINIMALIST METAL
minimalist glass-walled addition overlooking the garden of her Victorian home in Notting Hill—for small, casual meals.
5. GORGEOUS IN GLASS
Designer Madeline Weinrib pairs a French farmhouse table with Arts and Crafts chairs in the dining