20 Outstanding Designer Dining Rooms
Today we present a collection of 20 formal dining rooms completed by top Interior Designers for your design inspiration. The dining room is an ideal place for you to express your personal style. It should be a reflection of who you are, how you live, and what you love. Use these images to help you create the ultimate dining experience. We are showing a range of styles, both contemporary and traditional, from homes around the world, which are sure to inspire you with ideas for your own dining rooms. Entertain with style!
The opening photo shows the dining room from Villa Kuwait by Louise Bradley. The contemporary dining table, chairs, and chandelier are all from the designer’s home collection.
This dining room, from a penthouse apartment by Chicago-based Jessica LaGrange, was inspired by the French Beaux Arts apartments of Paris. Photo by Tony Soluri.
Here we have an Art Deco-inspired dining room from Regents Park, completed by London-based Louise Bradley.
This contemporary dining room, from a South Beach residence by Miami-based Sojo Design, features a glass front wine storage area. Love the art piece in the corner too! See my other story on this designer: Ritz Carlton Penthouse in Dallas by Sojo Design.
In this dining room by London-based Louis Henri, modern styling highlights the room’s period features. As with all of his projects, most every detail is bespoke designed. Note how the design of the rug reflects that of the ceiling.
London-based Katherine Pooley designed this chic dining room for a residence in Qatar using bespoke designed furnishings and Swarovski crystals. Note the crystal designs on the backs of the chairs. Very exquisite!
This elegant dining room by Memphis, TN, and Palm Beach, FL-based William R Eubanks is all about classic design opulence and includes fine period European antiques. For this grand style, the designer is one of the best. Very fine indeed! Photo by Kim Sargent
This dining room by Dallas-based Jan Showers features a grand scale nineteenth-century Venetian mirror for high visual impact, which along with the chandelier, create the designer’s instant understated glamour. Also included are a pair of the designers Venetian candlestick lamps, as the dining room should have both types of lighting. Photo by Steve Karlisch
Here we have a dining room by Sao Paulo, Brazil, based Zize Zink that shows the very current trend of combining a contemporary design table with traditional chairs to great effect.
Christina Hamoui, based in Sao Paulo, Brazil, created this dining room which has a more organic feel with natural elements and warm colors. Very handsome!
This dining room, also by Christina Hamoui, uses some of the same details interpreted a bit lighter for a more modern, sophisticated design.
This dining room by London-based Eduardo Cardenes, suggest the wonderful idea that I really like of creating a double-duty space, a dining room + library. Very smart if you don’t have space for both.
This dining room comes from a formal Neoclassical-style home in which a young couple wanted the interiors to be updated and relaxed a bit, by New York-based Chango & Co.
In this dining room from a large estate who’s design was influenced by Tuscany Farmhouses, with interior design by Los Angeles-based Joan Behnke. Reclaimed bricks from historic buildings form the barrel vaulted ceilings. The wood columns were handmade by local artisans to achieve a grand but warm effect. Photo by Erhard Pfeiffer See the entire estate here: Villa del Lago: Tuscan Inspired Luxury Estate.
Here we have a high glam dining room from a South Africa estate by Miami and Dubai-based Perla Lichi in her signature theatrical style. Photo by Craig Dennis.
This Colonial Classic dining room, rich with custom traditional detail, is from a family home by Cambridge, Massachusetts, based LDA Architecture and Design.
This Art Deco-inspired dining room comes from a high-rise residence by New York-based Geoffrey Bradfield. The city view is the star attraction.
High gloss is on point here in this dining room by New York-based Jeffrey Bilhuber. Fourteen coats of brown lacquer cover the walls, while iridescent leather covers the chair fronts.
Here we have a dining room in the classic French Country style by Houston-based Kara Childress. Love the soft colors used here with this style. I love that mirror! See my other story on this designer: French Chateau in Texas: Kara Childress.
This dining room by New York and Palm Beach-based Scott Snyder has a nautical theme. You can also see the glass front wine storage area at the back of the room. This isn’t the home’s main dining room, but it adds interest to this collection.
That concludes our collection, dear friend. I hope you enjoyed and found some ideas from these 20 Outstanding Designer Dining Rooms featured today.
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