By Leonce Nathanael. Dining Room Design. Published at Friday, March 16th, 2018 - 05:19:44 AM.
If you’re in the market for a new dining set, resist the urge to grab the matching server and china cabinet. Instead, take a trip around the store and look for pieces that may highlight or even contrast your table and chairs. Two-toned pieces and painted finishes make it easy to create a great-looking combination.
What we love about this table, other than the dazzling white finish, is the way that the legs are positioned. Flayed out to the side to support the top, they offer unrestricted leg access and there is enough of a retro vibe to make some classic ergonomic chairs the right choice!
The simplicity of this A-frame wooden dining table is lovely, as it can be easily dressed up for more formal dining parties, or left chic and understated for family meals. The pale wood is utterly charming and a great neutral base.
This is a stealthy dining area, with the kitchen mounted against the rear wall and smoothly transitioning into a steel and glass table. The retro chairs add in so much style, but it's the pared back and functional element that grabs our attention.
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