A dining room can be a difficult place to organise. Often located in the kitchen, hall or living room (when not in a purpose dining room), the incorporation of a dining room can lead to a room being cramped and the design confused. If you don’t have a dedicated room for dining in a new home, you should choose your eating location well: making sure you have room to get about when it’s not in use and that you are comfortable when sitting at the table. If your table must fit into a cramped area then consider a lightweight option to push it out of the way when it’s not in use. Otherwise consider the chairs you select carefully; making sure they will tuck snugly under the table and not occupy much extra space. On the other hand, if you do have the space, then you needn't worry!
If your house doesn't have the space for the additional dining room, then take this example as a considerable option: an extended kitchen work surface makes up the dining table. Made with a natural finish and placed well into this whole theme of bare wood surfaces, this table design is a welcome and spatially practical element to the whole kitchen.
If you need a few more tips on implementing an eating area into your kitchen, maybe your should check this out—'Kitchen tables with a difference'
A square lacquered iron table in the corner of this space gives way to the dining room designed by Studio Vade SC . The chairs contrast well with the table, using velvet lining, to provide an elegant touch on the whole. A vase of flowers and a large mirror complete the room composition; all centring around this great light refracting chandelier. A fine example of how to use light manipulation techniques to give your dining room a much bigger appearance.
Lover of clean design and simplicity? This room is perfect for you! Susanna Cots Interior Design offers us this room dominated by simple straight lines and white. An open kitchen where the kitchen table is responsible for conceptually closing the gap. Four designer, Eames, chairs and a black chandelier completes this minimalist dining room.
A retro design that lovers of the casual style can admire, from Meritxell Ribé. The striking lighting fixture is somewhat reminiscent of Yoko Ono’s ‘Wish Tree’: offering a place to put individual notes, or wishes, in for all to see. A fun installation that could provide a home with countless memories.