Looking for an extravagant two in one design? This modern space connects a small eating area with the main living room. The result is open, elegant and convenient.
This simple square table has the versatility to work within a variety of design styles. Its fits right into this small, contemporary space but would work equally well in more traditional or even modern designs.
This dining room is all dressed up for dinner. With seating and place settings for six, the room has the room and style to make a night to remember for a large family.
The designer of this space works daring shades of gold into the dining chairs and draperies. Mirrored sides of the table reflect the color giving it an even larger presence within the room.
Flooring is typically meant to blend in. In this exquisite dining area, the tile floor with its large, bold pattern is the centerpiece while demure wall colors and furniture selections play second fiddle.
Time to mix up a mojito. This rattan-made bar recalls Cuban design, making a perfect accent to for a vacation home in Miami. Adding to the look are a complementary pair of palm tree prints and a house plant. The bar is nicely stocked with glasses, a shaker and a few bottles of wine ready […]
Cherry wood gives this dining set its rich, bold coloring. Used for all four chairs and the matching table, the solid wood construction suggests quality and durability while looking great, too.
Steel is modern. Wood is rustic. And glass is contemporary. Styles combine with this artistic table. A large square glass rests upon four sculpted legs providing eating room for four, and conversation for many more.
What do you get when you expand the traditional 4-person dining table? Room for 8! Size aside, this table fits the mold of a typical dining table with dark walnut wood, and classic structure. Beige cushions top the eight chairs ensuring it can accommodate a large party and do so comfortably.
This custom sculpted dining table looks like something you might find overlooking Stonehenge. Large concrete slabs serve as four benches. A flat table top of the same material rests upon a smaller square. While not exactly Stonehenge, our table does provide a great view of the countryside.