Adjacent to the kitchen, the dining room becomes the central living space of a home when the family and friends come together, whether for everyday meals or special occasions. These dining room decor ideas provide a wide range of creative solutions to make a dining space both more stylish and more welcoming. Completed by award-winning studios, these dining rooms showcase talent and innovation. At the same time, these inspiring photos offer a huge range of ideas to create your ideal dining room, whether you’re planning your new home or revamping and modernizing an existing space.
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A concrete and steel house nestled among pine and fir trees on a ski hill in California. [dropcap]L[/dropcap]ocated on a sloped site in Truckee, California, the contemporary and refined Lookout House makes a gorgeous landscape its natural home. The Faulkner Architects-designed dwelling rises from among fir and pine tr...
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Modern architecture, embedded in nature. Nestled in a forested area in Valle de Bravo, Mexico, Entre Pinos is a complex of five weekend houses. The buildings create a dialogue both with each other and with the natural landscape, celebrating the local setting through every detail. All of them adapt to the topography of t...
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A modern and creative design influenced by the landscape. When the clients approached architect Fernanda Canales to design their weekend home near Mexico City, the complexity of the project soon became apparent. Without removing any trees, Fernanda Canales needed to find a solution to build t...
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A contemporary home that blends Nordic design principles and industrial style. Located in Liberec, Czech Republic, House Behind the Wall features a distinctive design. The clients hired Mjölk architects to transform a hundred-year-old house into a modern dwelling. The brief also included the creation of two separate liv...
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A minimalist table design created to fit well into a wide range of settings. Created by Lisbon-based FEIT Design, the ROXO table series complements traditional craftsmanship with a minimalist aesthetic to provide a versatile furniture solution for a wide range of interiors. The table features clean lines and right angles with...
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The UK-designed modular homes come to the US. Based in the UK, Koto makes beautiful modular houses and cabins with a Scandinavian aesthetic. The company has also designed what could very well...
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An old mountain chalet redesigned with new interiors and subtle extensions. Located in Madesimo, in the province of Sondrio, Italy, this existing mountain chalet was thoughtfully redesigned by Luconi Architetti Associati. The site is on the border with Switzerland and offers access to a wide range of slopes for skiing ...
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A minimalist house built in a dense urban setting in Mexico. Built in a dense urban area in the historic center of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, the Sin Nombre House and Gallery provides access to secluded, completely private spaces filled with light. Architecture firm Associates Architecture created the dwelling for t...
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A courtyard house built at the heart of a working farm in the Scottish lowlands. Located in South Lanarkshire, Scotland, Ceangal House is a new family home built at the heart of a working farm that has operated since the 1600s. Glasgow-based architecture studio Loader Monteith designed the
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An old house transformed into a bright, spacious dwelling inspired by the wabi-sabi aesthetic. The Loft-Kolasiński studio has recently completed a renovation project that has transformed a house built in 1923 into an airy contemporary home. Named House from 1923 (Pogodno 6), the dwelling is located in Szczecin, Poland. Th...
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A minimalist holiday home and separate guest house built on a Greek island. Built on an elevated point of Vasiliki, on the island of Lefkas, Greece, Villa Apollon opens to spectacular views of the coastal landscape and the Ionian Sea. Athens-based architecture studio Block722 designed the holiday home and a separate str...
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A family home designed to resonate with a natural landscape in different ways. Built in a clearing in the Twente region of the Netherlands, this dwelling has a close relationship with the natural landscape it calls home. The area features a varied topography as well as a rich flora. Streams cut across the land, hedgerows surro...
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An understated architectural design that provides a tranquil backdrop for slow living. Melbourne-based Studiofour completed Ruxton Rise Residence for the architecture firm’s co-director Sarah Henry. Located in the Beaumaris suburb, the gray brick dwelling stands on a greenfield site among the neighborhood’s mi...
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A modern take on Australian farmhouses. Built in a rural area of Bruny Island, Tasmania, Coopworth is a modern farmhouse that offers a contemporary twist on rustic farmhouses. FMD Architects designed the dwelling with a creative and dynamic silhouette that subtly refer...
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A refurbished and thoughtfully redesigned residential property in Portugal. Located in Cartaxo, Portugal, this residential building required remodeling to become a secluded and comfortable living space. The clients, a couple with connections to the art world, ta...
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Three volumes arranged around a courtyard in Palo Alto, California. When the owners of a 1920s house in Palo Alto, California, learned that two adjacent parcels came on the market, they tasked Buttrick Projects Architecture+Design with designing an extension that would expand their living spaces. Na...
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A sprawling villa that draws inspiration from nature, vernacular Greek architecture, and laid-back summer living. Built on the ridge of a hill in Mykonos, Greece, Villa Mandra nestles gently into the landscape. The site offers views over a garden and the sea as well as the neighboring Delos island. Architecture firm K-Studio designed the 6-bedroom summer retreat for a young couple who...
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A renovated 1883 apartment that is both a showroom and the home of Vipp's third generation owner. Family-owned Danish company Vipp has a penchant for presenting its range of products in more relatable settings. Unlike other brands that dedicate showrooms to their collections, Vipp showcases furniture, kitchens,...
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Two volumes, terraces, and a garden on a site with striking ocean views. Designed by Brooklyn, New York and Richmond, Virginia-based Architecturefirm, Hither Hill Residence is a special architectural project that incorporates both the site’s rich history of farming and its cultural landscape in its design. Located in Mo...
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The greener version of a popular Muuto design. Introduced in 2014, the Fiber Chair designed by Iskos-Berlin provided a fresh, forward-thinking take on the classic shell chair design. It featured an innovative blend of materials, plastic and wood fiber, that provided both durability and strength. For 2022, Danish
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A refined 1920s apartment in the Old Town of Prague. Located in Prague’s Old Town, Czech Republic, in a building that dates back to the late 1920s, this apartment inspired Lenka Míková architekti to create a fusion of three complementing styles for th...
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A weekend home designed with dark living spaces that maximize the vibrancy of a natural landscape. Located in East Hampton, NY, the Shagwong Residence is a one-story black house that makes the most of the coastal landscape. Designed by New York-based multi-disciplinary firm Adam Jordan Architecture, the dwelling features a dark m...
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A modern home deeply connected to nature. Even before stepping inside the Sonoma Wine Country Residence, the breathtaking location probably stuns guests the first time they visit. At the top of a hill, in a meadow area filled with tall grass and trees, the plot of land overlooks the charming village of Healdsburg, California. Distant mountains rise in the distance to complete the pict...
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[dropcap size=big]A[/dropcap]rchitect and designer Vincent Van Duysen is internationally renowned and revered for his distinct style that brings together clean lines, natural materials and colors, timeless design, comfort, functionality and the use of light as a building material. He has...
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A minimalist lamp series by made by hand from unglazed ceramic. [dropcap]S[/dropcap]imple enough to blend into any decor but made with a creative design that makes them stand out, these lamps from the Moebe collection provide a refined solution to brighten a room. The Danish brand has designed the
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Elegant pendant lamps inspired by a silkworm’s cocoon. Danish brand Muuto makes furniture, lighting, and home accessories with a Scandinavian design that is both minimalist and versatile. For the Strand series of pendant lights, the company partnered with a British designer, Benjamin Hubert of
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A dark wood extension designed with an oriel window that overlooks a garden. Designed by architecture firm Rider Stirland Architects, Charred House is a modern extension that completely transforms the ground level of a family home in Ladywell, South London. The dark wo...
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A gabled roof house that celebrates the vernacular architecture of a rural area in Slovakia. [dropcap]B[/dropcap]uilt in the rural outskirts of Bratislava, Slovakia, House V references vernacular architecture to blend into the setting. Architect Martin Skoček designed the house with a layout that references traditional Slovak dwellings, where a central space becomes a front hall with ...
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