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It’s true we’ve been taking a look at lots of chairs and consuming areas of late, however autumn makes us hungry. These dozen eating rooms are good for gatherings with family and friends. Better than breakfast nooks however not fancy or formal, they’re simply the place we need to be on the finish of the workday.
Above: Dining room in a single household residence in West London by London-based mostly DOS Architects. It was the agency’s first residential refurbishment venture.
The easy slat-prime eating desk and angular wooden chairs have the identical matte black end because the kitchen cabinetry and pendants. The delicate distinction with the darkish flooring retains issues grounded, whereas the white partitions open up the area, which was designed by Swedish studio Nyström Persia.
Johannesburg-based mostly studio Nico Van Der Meulen Architects re-labored this Nineteen Sixties residence into a up to date stunner. The open flooring plan, with double-peak ceilings, is dotted with copper pendant lights, together with a trio over the eating desk. They add a stunning lustre amidst the impartial flooring and black furnishings.
Radka Valova of OOOOX designed this eating room in a house within the Czech Republic. The wooden desk and plush upholstery of the molded chairs heat up the shiny lacquer surfaces and concrete flooring, as does the cloud-like pendant above.
Photo by Art Grey
The customized brass department lighting fixture, suspended by a rope, and the eating desk have been each designed by San Francisco-based mostly Charles de Lisle Workshop, who dealt with the interiors of this Bay Area residence. Designed within the Nineteen Fifties by architect William Wurster, the ranch was renovated by Ian Moller of Moller Architecture. The eating chairs are T.T. Robsjohn-Gibbings.
Photo by Alex Jowett
This cabin within the Canadian woods sports activities fairly the modern eating desk. The glass prime echoes the wall of home windows, whereas the wooden benches mirror the tall timber outdoor.
Design Within Reach paired plush white upholstered Saarinen chairs with the grasp’s iconic pedestal desk, and topped all of it off with an oversize brass sputnik chandelier. The modern, mid-century trendy vibe is softened with painted white floorboards.
Photo by Jan Sondergaard
This seems to be like a house, however it’s truly the eating space of The Apartment, a design retailer in Copenhagen, which was featured in T Magazine final fall. Co-proprietor Tina Seidenfaden Busck pairs an oak desk designed for the shop by Kobenhavns Mobelsnedkeri with Eero Saarinen chairs. Michael Anastassiades designed the Tube Chandelier, and the Royal Copenhagen Konkylie tureen is by goldsmith Arje Griegst.
Photography by Line Klein
Revisiting the comfortable concept of including a kilim beneath the desk, this eating room, featured in Elle Decoration UK, makes use of the black bordered rug as a stage for a easy wooden desk and black Wishbone type chairs.
Marimekko makes every thing higher. Under the daring black and white oversize polka dot tablecloth (which seems to be to be only a size of cloth), appears to be the only of naked wooden tables. The wheat coloured pictures of the framed print picks up on the uncooked wooden tone, whereas the black chairs maintain all the things in place.
Photo by Laure Joliet
HGTV star Emily Henderson remodeled DesignLoveFest blogger Bri Emery’s residence. In the eating room, Max Wagner’s “Tulum” photograph hangs on the wall behind the eating set, bought at Mid-Century LA. The superb mild fixture is by Brendan Ravenhill, and the layered kilims add a lot of shade.
Photo by Andreas Mikkel Hansen
Spotted in Danish design magazine Bo Bedre, this Nordic eating space mixes previous and new with the marble topped desk, earthy bentwood chairs, and fanciful brass chandelier. And the hearth is divine.