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75+ Stunning Designer Dining Rooms

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SEASIDE VIBES
In a renovated Tudor beach house on the New Jersey shore, Colleen Bashaw conjures a riot of boho quirk for Scott Belair, the cofounder of Urban Outfitters and Anthropologie. The breakfast room's wallpaper is Brett Design's Knit Large.



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GRAY SCALE
To update a '60s Houston house, Ray Booth and Elizabeth Kennedy outfitted the dining room with a sleek Bradley table. The McAlpine for Lee Industries chairs are covered in a Rogers & Goffigon linen blend and the curtains are in a Holly Hunt fabric. 



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PLANK TABLE
At a Lake Tahoe retreat, the formal dining area mixes rusticity and refinement. The custom plank table is large enough to seat 14 guests. The Aesthetic dining chairs are covered in a hair-on-hide leather by Cortina, "which feels perfect in the mountains," says designer Matt O'Dorisio. 



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PRETTY IN PINK
The pink upholstery on these vintage chairs pop thanks to a coat of high-gloss white. Floors here and throughout the Virginia house are painted in Gray Owl by Benjamin Moore mixed with clear stain.



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GOLDEN STRIPES

Justina Blakeney used her own Aja wallpaper in her  dining room, this time in Aubergine.The vintage Bumling pendant and Turkish kilim were found on eBay.



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ECLECTIC CHAIRS
Textiles can make a world of difference, especially in worldly patterns. Designer Michelle Nussbaumer covered dining room chairs in Senegalese prints for a big dose of "wow."



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BOTANICAL PRINT
A custom de Gournay wallpaper creates a secret garden in a Manhattan apartment. The cushions on the Scalamandré bamboo armchairs are covered in Mengikat by Kravet; the settee is also by Kravet.



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GLOSSY WALLS
To nail the hue of a Manhattan dining room, Celerie Kemble matched Fine Paints of Europe lacquer to a Pantone color. Kemble's Yves dining table and Cassandra chairs in a George Spencer Designs velvet are from Henredon.



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CLIMBING VINES
Pierre Frey's Espalier wallpaper hints at a California home's verdant surroundings, while a Serena & Lily hanging rattan chair defines another seating area. Metal chairs from Restoration Hardware are topped with Ikea sheepskins. "That's a trick you see on Scandinavian blogs," designer France Merrill says. "When it gets cold, a sheepskin makes things super cozy."



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ENTERTAINER'S DREAM
Dinner parties aren't a problem here. In a home near Washington, D.C., the custom walnut table has rosewood banding and extends to seat 16.




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WALL ART
Antique Chinese porcelain birds rest on gilt-wood brackets in an eclectic dining room by Mackay Boynton. The dining chairs are from a local country club. The cashmere throw on the cane armchair is by Ralph Lauren Home.



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OVERSIZED PHOTOS
In the dining room of her Charleston rental, stylist Jill Sharp Weeks mixes elements from different eras and cultures. The photography triptych by Rob Brinson features objects from Weeks's collection of tribal jewelry.



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HUNTER GREEN
A Brunschwig & Fils wallcovering gives a Hamptons dining room by Lisa McFadden an intimate feel.



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EAT-IN KITCHEN
In the kitchen of a South Carolina home by Michelle Prentice, a Danish dining table is surrounded by Jacob Kjaer chairs in Bretano's Royalsuede and vintage French armchairs in Lee Jofa's Tahira Ottoman fabric.



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ART GALLERY
A San Francisco apartment's small dining room doubles as a library, where part of owner John Mayberry's art collection is displayed — including an antique bronze Sukhothai Buddha acquired in Bangkok, a vintage zebra-skin rug from London and a lamp made from an antique Chinese burial urn.





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PASTEL PINK
In the dining room of this Cape Cod estate, a sea-grass rug covers the floor. Designer Kathryn M. Ireland reupholstered the owners' Gustavian chairs and had the matching table made by the Lief gallery.



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DISTINCTIVE ELEGANCE
"The dining area in the great room was tricky because it's so open," says designer Summer Thornton of a Florida vacation home. She used Henredon's Veneto dining table as the anchor, hanging Circa Lighting's Gramercy chandelier over it. The slope of the arms of wicker Mallory dining chairs from Made Goods "gives them a certain elegance that separates them from outdoor furniture," the designer says, and the vintage Indian dhurrie from Madeline Weinrib "brings age and history into the space."



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METALLIC WALLPAPER
Designer Gary McBournie covered a Nantucket cottage's dining room with reflective Champagne on Pewter Leaf wallcovering by Phillip Jeffries. "It's really nice at night, with the candles lit," he says. "It provides a soft, dull reflection with great warmth." The chairs are designed by Duane Modern.



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BRIGHT GREEN
The verdant dining room of a Long Island home features walls painted in Benjamin Moore's zesty Grenada Green and curtains in Quadrille's Forbidden City fabric. Dining chairs are covered in a velvet by Schumacher. Antique chandelier from Meg Braff Designs.



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HONEYCOMB FLOORS
In the breakfast room of a 1930s home, designer Christopher Maya cultivated a lighthearted mood with an oval table of his own design and Hepplewhite side chairs from J&M Antiques that he stripped and bleached to give them a relaxed look. Floors were painted with an octagonal honeycomb pattern by Artgroove. Curtains and walls in a custom Tree of Life pattern from the Christopher Maya Collection. Italian chandelier, David Duncan Antiques.




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ANIMAL PRINT
In a coastal cottage, a lively turquoise zebra print that recalls the rippling sea, Brunschwig & Fils' Le Zebre, covers dining chairs by Todd Romano for Schumacher.



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VINTAGE LIGHTING
An antique chandelier presides over the dining room in a Beverly Hills home. Custom-made table and chairs. Curtains in fabrics by the Silk Trading Co.



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EXOTIC MOTIFS
Glimpses of pattern bring a world element to the dining room of a California home. Designed by Betsy Burnham, the white floors and black accents anchor feminine touches, such as the Montalvo chandelier by Dennis & Leen, Windsor Smith's Scalloped Antique mirror, and chairs upholstered in Le Gracieux's Kirachi linen.



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FOREST GREEN
The dining room in a Montreal townhouse mixes modern and traditional elements, including a chrome-and-glass table from Andrew Martin paired with Louis XVI–style Marilyn chairs from Global Views. Curtains in Rogers & Goffigon's Pirouette. Rug, Stark.



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HOLLYWOOD GLAMOUR
Vintage French movie posters add so much drama to a California home's dining area that designer John De Bastiani kept everything else muted. A Navarre lantern from Dennis & Leen hangs above a pedestal table and chairs, covered in Kerry Joyce's Naomi Shadow fabric, all from Rose Tarlow Melrose House. Great Plains' Second Wind linen on both living room and dining room curtains provides continuity in the open-plan space.



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TRADITIONAL STRIPES
Soft sage offers a muted background that doesn't compete with the mix of subtle patterns in the dining room of a Scandinavian vacation home. Here, a custom-made table is surrounded by Swedish Rococo chairs from Napoleon Inredningar covered in an S. Harris fabric. A banquette, upholstered in Pierre Frey fabric, runs the length of the large window and offers a cozy spot to read. Curtains in Quassia by Fabricut. Humphrey, an English bulldog, relaxes on the rug, designed by Marshall Watson to mimic the pattern of a traditional Swedish sweater and custom made by Shyam Ahuja.



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OVERSCALED ART
A painting by Karyn Lyons brings fresh color to the breakfast nook in an Ann Arbor colonial. Saddle Leather chairs by Garza Marfa. Tablecloth fabric by Tensira.



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OLD MEETS NEW
"I didn't want my dining room to feel overly formal," says designer Michelle Adams of her 1920s-era home, "so I upholstered some ornate wood chairs in an inexpensive indigo fabric that I found on the street in Guatemala."
Nickey Kehoe's NK Double Arm pendant hangs above a 19th-century Swedish pine trestle table. Meanwhile, floral curtains in Schumacher's Pyne Hollyhock bring a pretty flourish to the clean-lined room. Fronzoni '64 chairs by Cappellini. Casement Black Tall cabinet from Crate & Barrel. Jute rug, World Market.



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COLONIAL-INSPIRED CHIC
Designer Miles Redd added a breakfront to his mother's dining room and had it painted in one of her favorite colors, an 18th century-inspired chalky green. A table skirt made from taffeta is a soft contrast to the mahogany ladder-back chairs.



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NEUTRAL WITH AN EDGE
A variety of textures keeps this Manhattan dining room from feeling too formal. Designers Bill Brockschmidt and Courtney Coleman used Phillip Jeffries's Diamond Weave grass cloth to add a casual note to the Crystals Galore chandelier from English Country Antiques. Banquettes in Rose Tarlow Melrose House's Fleurette. Curtains in Jim Thompson's Kaleidoscope.




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COZY SEATING NOOK
"In the dining rooms of fine old houses, you'll often see a small table in a bay window or off to the side," says designer Jeffery Bilhuber. "It's a way to enjoy the room with just two or three people." An antique English gateleg table cozies up to a banquette covered in a navy velvet from Perennials. Pillows in China Seas' Lim Bamboo II and Schumacher's Kasari Ikat. Window casings painted in Fine Paints of Europe's 7495 and DeVenco shades relate to the colors in Patterson Flynn Martin's Royal Edition rug, without matching them exactly.



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RADIANT GLOW
"In candlelight, the silk curtains have a glow that's positively radiant, magical, and so surprising," says designer Catherine Brown Paterson of this vibrant space. Dazzling dining room curtains are a bold stroke against Clarence House's Flower Quince wallpaper, and one of the brightest accemts in this Long Island home. The fronts of Pearson's Danni chairs are in Sarana by Schumacher; backs and armchairs in Romo's Forenza. Paterson says she insisted on a traditional dining table "to ground all this crazy color with something they'll never tire of."



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NATURAL RICHNESS
Mismatched chairs around a simple table made of reclaimed pine create a casual atmosphere in the dining room that sits in this Vermont farmhouse — the Metal Marais Vintage chairs are from Industry West. Curtains in Duralee's Croxley are pushed back for extra, natural light. The original pine floors were sanded down slightly. "I don't even think we had to stain them," designer Ramsay Gourd says. "They had a natural richness that comes only with time."



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LUSCIOUS LACQUER
"From the very beginning, my client and I bonded over color," says designer Palmer Weiss, who lacquered a luscious green paint, Benjamin Moore's Seaweed, on the dining room walls in this bold, San Francisco home. Bielecky Brothers cane chairs, upholstered in Pierre Frey's Opera-Velours, surround a custom-made table. Vintage sconces from Lucca Antiques flank Julian Chichester's Hobbs sunburst mirror.



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BALANCING FORMALITY
To balance the formality of the de Gournay wallpaper in this Bel Air home's dining room, designer Nathan Turner chose the Cracked Ice rattan chair from McGuire and a plaster chandelier from Harbinger. The doors and trim are painted in Dunn-Edwards's Swiss Coffee.



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RED ACCENTS
Because her house in Bridgehampton, New York, "meanders around corners and up and down steps," design consultant Ellen O'Neill couldn't make sense of the flow. So she painted everything Benjamin Moore's Linen White: "It's the blank-canvas approach." A vintage English road sign gives the dining room a focal point. Red chairs from Design Within Reach. Curtain fabric by Les Indiennes.



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SMALL SPACE WITH BIG IDEAS
Designed by Kim Fiscus, this tiny dining room, once an office area, is practical — "we can hose off the chairs," says Fiscus — with a touch of drama. The 18th-century gilt starburst is six feet in diameter and probably from an Italian church. "I bought six, and kept the best one."



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BLUE AND BROWN DINING ROOM
Designer Jonathan Berger created a soft palette of light blue, brown, and touches of pink in this Brooklyn brownstone dining room. Featured in July 2009 issue.



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DINE-IN LIBRARY
Miles Redd designed the ebonized wood and sterling bookshelf, where a colorblock painting by Leora Armstrong hangs. When they're alone, the owners of this Manhattan apartment dine at this carved flip-top game table from Agostino Antiques.



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INFORMAL DINING ROOM
Designer and homeowner Kerry Delrose didn't want a formal dining room, so he skirted the table and uses it for buffets.




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LIVING ROOM AND DINING ROOM IN ONE
Designed by Andrew Halliday and David Greer, the living and dining areas are combined in this 550-square-foot room, typical of new condo construction. The curtains are one of the few patterned fabrics in the apartment. Dining chairs by Dualoy covered in perforated leather.



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BLUE-AND-WHITE DINING ROOM
This Palm Beach dining room designed by Gary McBournie is all about entertaining. Everything is white, including the sideboard and vintage Chinese Chippendale chairs, which make a crisp contrast to custom-glazed duck-egg-blue walls.



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COASTAL-INSPIRED DINING ROOM
"The white chairs and coral chandelier make a big mahogany table feel lighter than it is," says designer Ashley Whittaker. "The contrasts make it work. I consider that a universal rule in decorating."



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FRENCH-COUNTRY DINING ROOM
Designed by Cathy Kincaid, this dining room takes a cue from an old French farmhouse, with a beautiful French Directoire chandelier as the focal point.



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CLEAN AND CRISP DINING ROOM
Designed by Allison Caccoma, this beautiful, traditional dining room creates a dramatic contrast thanks to the creamy white moldings juxtaposed against the Prussian blue Venetian plaster walls.



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DINING ROOM BY BARRY DIXON
The dining room of this Maryland house is a textbook Barry Dixon design with naturalistic textures and shapes. Niermann Weeks Avignon chandelier; Swaim dining chairs in Bergamo's Siegfried fabric; Barcelona table by Panache Designs.



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MICHAEL TAYLOR'S STYLE
The dining room designed by Michael Taylor features wallpaper that is a copy of an 18th-century chinoiserie original. Taylor had the baseboards faux-grained and waxed to look like pale oak.



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CANDLELIT DINING ROOM
"There is no electric light in this dining room, other than those over the paintings. But candlelight transforms everything," says designer John Peixinho.



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A DINING ROOM WITH A GRAND CEILING
Designed by Fern Santini, this romantic dining room's beautiful ceiling is based on an Addison Mizner design.



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WOOD AND CONCRETE
On Shelter Island in New York, architect Cary Tamarkin and designer Suzanne Shaker created the perfect modern beach house. In the dining area, a Saarinen tulip table is surrounded by Hans Wegner chairs.




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MODERN DINING ROOM
Designed by Betsy Burnham, this modern dining room features an eccentric yet artful collection of Nymphenburg porcelain figures. The upholstered chairs are from Artistic Frame.



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EUROPEAN DINING ROOM
This dining room, designed by Paolo Moschino, feels European, with walls painted in a custom white botanical chinoiserie pattern and the ceiling dominated by a 19th-century French bronze and crystal chandelier.



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ALL-AMERICAN DINING ROOM
Designed by Myra Hoefer Design, this dining room features side chairs by Oly slipcovered in Grey Watkins Indian cotton strip and a table by Astier de Villatte.



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MODERN MIX
Designed by Chad Eisner, this dining room features a glass and nickel-plated metal table designed by Eisner himself. The pendant light is from Reborn Antiques.



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DEEP CHOCOLATE DINING ROOM
To create intimacy in the dining room, designer Ned Marshall painted the tall, imposing walls Bittersweet Chocolate by Benjamin Moore: "The brown is also nice with the blue and white and the gilt, and it's lovely in candlelight."



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ASPEN DINING ROOM WITH A MODERN FLAIR
Designed by Ann Wolf, this dining room in an Aspen home features an iron chandelier from Dennis & Leen, which is evidence of Wolf's affinity for organic elements and shapes.



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DARK DINING ROOM
Designed by Barbara Westbook and Kim Winkler, this dining room features the client's mismatched French Régence-style chairs which were stripped, stained, and covered in dark-toned linen to harmonize with the walls and trim.



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A DINING ROOM INSPIRED BY THE BEACH
Chris Barrett designed the 1950s-style dining room table and chairs; she caned the chairs and made a see-through table base to give the furniture a "beachy" feel.



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BRIGHT AND BEACHY DINING ROOM
Designed by Leslie Klotz, this Hamptons dining room features seahorses from a garden antiques store and Louis XVI–style dining chairs covered in a jaunty shade of chartreuse leather, and backed in a coral and white print.



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A TRADITIONAL BLUE-AND-WHITE DINING ROOM
Cool blue mixed with warm wood tones, white trim, and brass light fixtures create a clean elegance in this dining room designed by Alex Papachristidis.




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JUST A TOUCH OF COLOR
To balance the diamond pattern on the walls, Allison Caccoma used softer lines and curves in this breakfast room's chandelier and chairs. The floral colors of the fabric, a Robert Kime suzani, provides a burst of color against the all-white kitchen and helps the space feel like an extension of the garden.



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A CONVERTED DINING ROOM
The dining room of designer Abby Rizor's 1920s Florida house was originally a porch, and it still has the same airy freshness. With its earthy palette and plenteous layering of textures — stucco walls, wicker chairs, burlap tablecloth — the room has a natural ease that soothes the spirit. And can't you just feel the breeze coming through the French doors and billowing those linen curtains?



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BLUE DINING ROOM
This dining room, designed by Eric Lysdahl, features dark blue walls and a dark blue ceiling, which allows the white elements to pop while creating a rich, velvety background for gilded picture and mirror frames. The room feels fresh in daylight and intimate at night.



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COTTAGE-STYLE DINING ROOM
Designer T. Keller Donovan calls the brilliant shots of marine blue in this Nantucket dining room "clean and classic, but in a very fresh, reinvented way."


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WARM AND INVITING DINING ROOM
Designed by Susan Zises Green, this dining room is a dazzling mix of blues and greens. The graceful crystal and gilt metal chandelier looks antique, but it's a reproduction from Niermann Weeks.



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NANCY PRICE'S DINING ROOM



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AMANDA NISBET'S DINING ROOM





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A DINING ROOM WITH A HISTORY
As a child, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis spent summers in this house, and the pine dining table belonged to her family. Designed by Tom Scheerer.


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A DINING ROOM WITH A TOUCH OF THE WILD
Designed by Jay Griffith, this dining room features a table base shaped like the head and horns of an ibex, which supports a driftwood top.



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KARYL PIERCE PAXTON'S DINING ROOM

This heirloom jostles with sculptures from New Guinea and Africa, flanked by lamps Paxton designed for the Pierce Paxton Collection by Savoy House. Behind them is a dramatic painting by David Harouni.





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AN ALESSANDRA BRANCA DESIGN

"I wanted the dining room to be a beautiful winter garden in the middle of downtown Chicago," says designer Alessandra Branca. She designed the Fromental wallpaper for this room and painted the Louis XVI-style chairs covered in linen velvet and taffeta stripes to "punch up the dark mahogany table."



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MODERN DINING AREA

Designed by Michael Berman, this sleek, modern Los Angeles dining room features a vintage hanging lamp made from circles of stainless steel and frosted glass.



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BRIGHT AND MODERN DINING ROOM
"Mid-century modernism resonates for me," says designer Jonathan Adler, who paired Warren Platner's 1966 dining table from Design Within Reach with his own Chinese Chippendale chairs. The chandelier is from the 1970s.



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MIX OF MODERN AND TRADITIONAL
Designed by Jeffrey Bilhuber, this dining room features Louis XIII-style chairs, which add sumptuousness to the dining room. He chose the stained bamboo table by Dominic Gasparoly for its strong, quiet form. The Calder-inspired mobile is from Mondo Cane.



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A DINING ROOM WITH A UNIQUE CHANDELIER
Designed by Myra Hoefer, this modern dining room features the Zettel'z 5 chandelier by Ingo Maurer, which is made of love letters on Japanese paper. Hoefer designed the dining table in the style of a picnic table, and covered the backs of Patricia Edwards chairs with old army blankets.



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BREAKFAST ROOM BY BUNNY WILLIAMS
Designed by Bunny Williams, this traditional-style breakfast room features Régence-style chairs in a Cowtan & Tout weave surrounding the English reproduction table.



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SMALL SPACE SOLUTION
Designer Celerie Kemble made great use of this space in a small apartment. Apartments like this have more than enough glass, so the corner banquette is built right up against the window, anchoring the room.



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JAMIE DRAKE'S COLORFUL DESIGN
This dining room, designed by Jamie Drake, features curtains in his Jazzed for Schumacher, a cotton whose stripes alternate between matte and sateen, "giving a sense of depth and movement," he says. "I had fun bringing my Blades fabric from the sofa pillows to the dining table. It provides cohesiveness."


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