RL Picks: Top 8 Modern Family Dining Rooms
Discover how well-furnished dining areas make sharing meals and creating memories even more special
In many homes, the dining room is one of the few spaces that can bring loved ones together. Family members grow closer to each other when they are gathered around the table, breaking bread and exchanging stories.
A stylish and functional dining area with modern touches can improve your dining experience. Draw inspiration from these interesting modern spaces:
In the dining area, the gray brick-finished wall is adorned with pop-out hooks that Frenjick found at Dimensione. The droplights are from Lights and Play.
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The chairs are reproductions of Verner Panton's cantilevered stacking chair, a design classic Ito and Tippi found at a garage sale.
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In the dining area, a tall wooden shelf with a built-in wine cabinet is filled with books, accessories and a Blow-Up Citrus Basket by Campana brothers for Alessi. The silver basket is a new take on the traditional fruit bowl or table centerpiece. The dark, heavy look of the shelf is balanced by the clear material used for the Victoria Ghost chairs (a version of the popular Louis Ghost chairs). Designed by Philippe Stark for Kartell, these transparent chairs are inspired by the classic Louis XV armchair and made with modern polycarbonate material.
See more photos and view the full home here: https://www.realliving.com.ph/homes/a-bachelor-pad-defined-by-designer-furniture-and-personalized-touches
Bent plywood dining chairs have replaced the yellow chairs that the area used to have. The slim silhouettes of the dining table and chairs do not compete with the feature wall behind it, which surprisingly, Allen is willing to change.
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The Modern Industrial house is filled with fascinating pieces made from old materials such as a house number from scrap metal tubes, a Mac G3 CPU tower used as a mailbox, a wooden gate and dining table legs made from train tracks (traviesa), and stainless steel fast food preparation tables now used as work desks.
In the dining area, the leftover wooden train tracks used for the gate were used to create the legs of the dining table. It is paired with sleek metal dining chairs purchased in Pampanga. The neutral colors, sleek lines, and minimalist feel of the area are balanced with a sheet of yellow floral wallpaper that covers the main electrical panel board on one wall.
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Batibot chairs are paired with traditional seats in metallic finish. The mirrored surfaces of the ceiling and dining table create an illusion of space. Dramatic pendant lamps by Mike Aguas complete the look.
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Artfully composed, the dining ensemble is not a readily available set, but is made up of carefully chosen pieces. The table, host chairs, and regular dining chairs were all sourced from different stores.
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The dining area is furnished with a wooden table, a bench, and clear acrylic chairs. The big candleholder and the candle in it are gifts from singer-host Regine Velasquez-Alcasid, while the birdcage is from Regalong Pambahay. The space is illuminated with a white chandelier, which the homeowner bought from Dimensione.
See more photos and view the full home here: https://www.realliving.com.ph/homes/An-Open-Layout-brightens-up-a-50sqm-condo