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16 BOLD DINING ROOMS THAT WILL MAKE YOU WANT TO THROW A DINNER PARTY

2015.02.10


STATEMENT-MAKING WALL ART

A mix of strong colors and styles (Louis XV–style chairs from a Paris flea market surround an IKEA table) create casual elegance in a Harlem, New York dining area.

MONOCHROMATIC TEXTILES

The Manhattan apartment of designer Alex Papachristidis features chairs upholstered in a Fortuny cotton, walls arecovered in a JAB wool and Houlès nailheads, and Donghia cotton curtains.

SLEEK STYLING

The dining room in Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner's Manhattan apartment features a Lindsey Adelman light fixture, a custom-made table, and Mies van der Rohe chairs.

HIGH-GLOSS WALLS

"The high-gloss, midnight-blue walls in this dining room that we designed in a Manhattan townhouse reflect yet absorb light," New York designer Eric Cohler.

WALLPAPER AND RUG WITH OPPOSING PATTERNS

The patterns of the custom wallpaper and rug create dramatic tension in Jean-Louis Deniot's dining room.

MULTIPLE CHANDELIERS

Three 19th-century Bavarian chandeliers are better than one in this Southern California home designed by Martyn Lawrence Bullard.

VIBRANT COLORS

In this Manhattan dining room designed by Jamie Drake, clementine orange and peacock blue merge in both the furnishings and artwork, which includes paintings by Jeremy Stenger and a photograph by Irene Mamiye.

HAND-PAINTED WALLPAPER

Hand-painted 1920s-style wallpaper by Fromental depicting sparrows perched in a gnarled cherry contrast with the masculine furnishings in fashion designer Adam Lippes's home.

CANDY COLORS

The walls of writer Amy Fine Collins's dining room were painted with lilac, gold, and pale-blue stripes by artist Robert Hoven and the graphic candy-color carpet is by Gene Meyer for M&M Design International.

STUNNING FURNITURE

The George Nakashima chairs in this dining room designed by Joe D'Urso prove that sometimes the strongest statments are in the details.

CONVERSATION-STARTING ART

A dizzying watercolor by Szafran is placed behind a 19th­ century English table and 18th­ century Chinese chairs in the dining room of Sabine de Gunzburg's Paris apartment.

ECLECTIC COMBINATIONS

A leather banquette with trapunto embroidery by Penn & Fletcher is mixed with an antique table and chairs, photographs by Vik Muniz, a the rug by Stark Carpet in a Manhattan dining room.

LACQUERED WALLS

To attain this high-shine effect, the walls of Jackie Astier's Manhattan apartment were painted with 10 coats of custom lacquer.

MIX OF OLD AND NEW

Antique furniture and art are paired with modern photography and area rugs in textile designer Susan Hable Smith's Victorian cottage.

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GRAPHIC PATTERNS

Matthew Patrick Smyth makes a strong statement with wallpapers by Schumacher.

IMPRESSIVE ANTIQUES

The grand dining room of a manor house in the Bordeaux wine region features 18th-century painted chinoiserie panels, an antique mahogany table, and gilded-bronze candelabras.

 

Source: Elle Deco

 

 

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