Dining Room

Gorgeous Dining Rooms

October 10, 2014

Gorgeous Dining Rooms | virginiamacdonald.com | design-vox.com

For some reason it has been just shy of a year since I posted any dining room photos. Where all the luscious dining rooms at? Well here’s a few for you. I just love this room’s simple, understated look that still feels personal and special. And the way they hung the art from strings attached to the ceiling? Such a neat idea that adds subtle visual interest. And when in doubt, add some pink flowers.

Gorgeous Dining Rooms | jhinteriordesign.com | design-vox.com

My mind is slightly boggled by all the different wood tones here. It can be a little scary mixing woods but time and again I see examples of it working beautifully.

Gorgeous Dining Rooms | blairharris.com | design-vox.com

I adore this. Creamy white walls paired with black window frames is a big win. I honestly love everything about this room. Get in my house!

one | Virginia MacDonald via desire to inspire
two | Jessica Helgerson Interior Design, Lincoln Barbour, via dustjacket attic
three | Blair Harris via desire to inspire

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  • Reply jking78 October 10, 2014 at 12:22 pm

    Love the simplicity of all three, but yeah, #3 for the win!

  • Reply thehipalley October 12, 2014 at 8:27 am

    I love how bright and cozy the last one is! 🙂

  • Reply yanavitoshkina October 12, 2014 at 3:58 pm

    looks nice

  • Reply J October 15, 2014 at 4:05 pm

    i love the ceilings and the black + white combination 🙂


  • Reply Kimberly December 21, 2015 at 5:59 am

    Love the rustic wood tones and their warmth and feel of coziness. This type of furniture will never go out of style. I like to buy furniture and when I was in Manhattan I saw couple or three tables inspired by rustic handmade designs. Maybe something similar to these – http://www.ba-stores.com/catalogue/dining-tables/brand/classic-home-furniture I don’t think they’re hand-made because of price, but they look awesome and sturdy too.

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