Black Dining Room Ideas and Designs

Grade II Listed Georgian Townhouse -  Dining Room
Grade II Listed Georgian Townhouse - Dining Room
Emma Tutill LtdEmma Tutill Ltd
Photo of a large traditional enclosed dining room in London with white walls, medium hardwood flooring, a standard fireplace, a stone fireplace surround, brown floors and panelled walls.
Knightsbridge Development
Knightsbridge Development
Tracy Holliday InteriorsTracy Holliday Interiors
This is an example of a contemporary dining room in London with grey walls, dark hardwood flooring, a standard fireplace, brown floors and panelled walls.
Therapia
Therapia
Muchmore DesignMuchmore Design
This is an example of a contemporary dining room in London.
35 New Road
35 New Road
Alices Design LabAlices Design Lab
Full Home Styling. Interior Design Consultation and advisor to customer. The Brief was to take a new build home and add character to it through the interior decor. Advice was given through shopping list and moodboard to the client. Minor paint work on feature wall that broke up the open plan kitchen dining room for a laid back living atmosphere.
HOUSE IN KENSINGTON
HOUSE IN KENSINGTON
STEPHEN FLETCHER ARCHITECTSSTEPHEN FLETCHER ARCHITECTS
Photo of a large classic open plan dining room in London with green walls, medium hardwood flooring, a standard fireplace, a stone fireplace surround, brown floors, exposed beams and panelled walls.
Park Lane Apartment, London
Park Lane Apartment, London
HollandGreen InteriorsHollandGreen Interiors
This luxury Mayfair apartment combines exquisite, complex detail work with statement prints and muted walls for a modern art deco inspired aesthetic.
Contemporary dining room in London with beige floors.
West Pond House
West Pond House
Architecture in FormationArchitecture in Formation
Michelle Rose Photography
Large classic enclosed dining room in New York with black walls, dark hardwood flooring and no fireplace.
Arthur Rutenberg Home
Arthur Rutenberg Home
William Quarles PhotographyWilliam Quarles Photography
Photography by William Quarles. Custom Built Home by Arthur Rutenberg Homes/Chuck Lattif, President Coastal Premier Homes LLC/clattif@arhomes.com
Design ideas for a classic enclosed dining room in Charleston with beige walls, dark hardwood flooring and a dado rail.
Chesterfield
Chesterfield
Sterling Custom HomesSterling Custom Homes
Inspiration for a contemporary dining room in Detroit.
The Cabin + The Snug
The Cabin + The Snug
Heidi Caillier DesignHeidi Caillier Design
Haris Kenjar
Photo of a rustic enclosed dining room in Seattle with green walls, medium hardwood flooring and brown floors.
East Bay
East Bay
UserUser
Medium sized classic dining room in Houston with medium hardwood flooring, no fireplace and grey walls.
Serene Family Home
Serene Family Home
Simply Home DecoratingSimply Home Decorating
In this serene family home we worked in a palette of soft gray/blues and warm walnut wood tones that complimented the clients' collection of original South African artwork. We happily incorporated vintage items passed down from relatives and treasured family photos creating a very personal home where this family can relax and unwind. Interior Design by Lori Steeves of Simply Home Decorating Inc. Photos by Tracey Ayton Photography.
Seeley Dining Room
Seeley Dining Room
Michael Abrams InteriorsMichael Abrams Interiors
This is an example of a traditional dining room in Chicago with beige walls, dark hardwood flooring, brown floors and a dado rail.
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Modern dining room in Nagoya.
Mount Baker Historic Craftsman
Mount Baker Historic Craftsman
Board & VellumBoard & Vellum
Photography by Miranda Estes
Photo of a medium sized classic enclosed dining room in Seattle with green walls, medium hardwood flooring, wallpapered walls, wainscoting, a coffered ceiling and brown floors.
Kumar Remodel
Kumar Remodel
RedOven Property SolutionsRedOven Property Solutions
Traditional dining room in Austin.
University Park Open Concept Kitchen Great Room Remodel
University Park Open Concept Kitchen Great Room Remodel
Urbanology DesignsUrbanology Designs
A captivating transformation in the coveted neighborhood of University Park, Dallas The heart of this home lies in the kitchen, where we embarked on a design endeavor that would leave anyone speechless. By opening up the main kitchen wall, we created a magnificent window system that floods the space with natural light and offers a breathtaking view of the picturesque surroundings. Suspended from the ceiling, a steel-framed marble vent hood floats a few inches from the window, showcasing a mesmerizing Lilac Marble. The same marble is skillfully applied to the backsplash and island, featuring a bold combination of color and pattern that exudes elegance. Adding to the kitchen's allure is the Italian range, which not only serves as a showstopper but offers robust culinary features for even the savviest of cooks. However, the true masterpiece of the kitchen lies in the honed reeded marble-faced island. Each marble strip was meticulously cut and crafted by artisans to achieve a half-rounded profile, resulting in an island that is nothing short of breathtaking. This intricate process took several months, but the end result speaks for itself. To complement the grandeur of the kitchen, we designed a combination of stain-grade and paint-grade cabinets in a thin raised panel door style. This choice adds an elegant yet simple look to the overall design. Inside each cabinet and drawer, custom interiors were meticulously designed to provide maximum functionality and organization for the day-to-day cooking activities. A vintage Turkish runner dating back to the 1960s, evokes a sense of history and character. The breakfast nook boasts a stunning, vivid, and colorful artwork created by one of Dallas' top artist, Kyle Steed, who is revered for his mastery of his craft. Some of our favorite art pieces from the inspiring Haylee Yale grace the coffee station and media console, adding the perfect moment to pause and loose yourself in the story of her art. The project extends beyond the kitchen into the living room, where the family's changing needs and growing children demanded a new design approach. Accommodating their new lifestyle, we incorporated a large sectional for family bonding moments while watching TV. The living room now boasts bolder colors, striking artwork a coffered accent wall, and cayenne velvet curtains that create an inviting atmosphere. Completing the room is a custom 22' x 15' rug, adding warmth and comfort to the space. A hidden coat closet door integrated into the feature wall adds an element of surprise and functionality. This project is not just about aesthetics; it's about pushing the boundaries of design and showcasing the possibilities. By curating an out-of-the-box approach, we bring texture and depth to the space, employing different materials and original applications. The layered design achieved through repeated use of the same material in various forms, shapes, and locations demonstrates that unexpected elements can create breathtaking results. The reason behind this redesign and remodel was the homeowners' desire to have a kitchen that not only provided functionality but also served as a beautiful backdrop to their cherished family moments. The previous kitchen lacked the "wow" factor they desired, prompting them to seek our expertise in creating a space that would be a source of joy and inspiration. Inspired by well-curated European vignettes, sculptural elements, clean lines, and a natural color scheme with pops of color, this design reflects an elegant organic modern style. Mixing metals, contrasting textures, and utilizing clean lines were key elements in achieving the desired aesthetic. The living room introduces bolder moments and a carefully chosen color scheme that adds character and personality. The client's must-haves were clear: they wanted a show stopping centerpiece for their home, enhanced natural light in the kitchen, and a design that reflected their family's dynamic. With the transformation of the range wall into a wall of windows, we fulfilled their desire for abundant natural light and breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. Our favorite rooms and design elements are numerous, but the kitchen remains a standout feature. The painstaking process of hand-cutting and crafting each reeded panel in the island to match the marble's veining resulted in a labor of love that emanates warmth and hospitality to all who enter. In conclusion, this tastefully lux project in University Park, Dallas is an extraordinary example of a full gut remodel that has surpassed all expectations. The meticulous attention to detail, the masterful use of materials, and the seamless blend of functionality and aesthetics create an unforgettable space. It serves as a testament to the power of design and the transformative impact it can have on a home and its inhabitants. Project by Texas' Urbanology Designs. Their North Richland Hills-based interior design studio serves Dallas, Highland Park, University Park, Fort Worth, and upscale clients nationwide.
Project Natura Mod
Project Natura Mod
Lawless DesignLawless Design
Inspiration for a traditional dining room in Boston.
Project Natura Mod
Project Natura Mod
Lawless DesignLawless Design
Classic dining room in Boston.
Modern Downtown Sushi Restaurant Design: Tahk Omakase
Modern Downtown Sushi Restaurant Design: Tahk Omakase
Rumor Design + reDesignRumor Design + reDesign
The Rumor team enjoyed getting creative while designing this moody, cocktail lounge experience unlike any other, located in downtown Steamboat Springs. The new space is playful with vibrant energy yet provides a sophisticated ambiance for an evening out on the town. Gorgeous white oak slabs make up the Omakase bar top, and a custom built-in shelving unit highlights an impressive selection of Japanese Whiskey and Sake. Find out more about the re-design here: https://rumordesigns.com/downtown-sushi

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