Wall Mounted Dining Table Designs & Ideas

Eclectic Diamond Heights Home — Multi-room Angle
Eclectic Diamond Heights Home — Multi-room Angle
LOCZILOCZI
Remodel by LOCZIdesign; Photography by Bryan Alberstat
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Red barn door with full view of dining table.
Red barn door with full view of dining table.
Nest Designs LLCNest Designs LLC
Eco-Rehabarama house. This dining space is adjacent to the kitchen and the living area in a very open floor-plan. We converted the garage into a kitchen and updated the entire house. The red barn door is made from recycled materials. The hardware for the door was salvaged from an old barn door. We used wood from the demolition to make the barn door. This image shows the entire barn door with the kitchen table. The door divides the laundry and utility room from the dining space. It's a practical solution to separate the two spaces while adding an interesting focal point to the room. Love the pop of red against the neutral walls. The door is painted with Sherwin Williams Red Obsession SW7590 and the walls are Sherwin Williams Warm Stone SW 7032.
Park Slope Brownstone
Park Slope Brownstone
Ben HerzogBen Herzog
The rear wall openings were enlarged, bricks were patched in and repaired at chimney. Photography by Marco Valencia.
Personal Home Tour
Personal Home Tour
Leclair DecorLeclair Decor
We are a young newly wed couple who decided to ask for cash gifts at our wedding so we could decorate our new digs. We received the keys the morning after becoming Mr & Mrs Leclair, and to this day we have yet to take a honeymoon. Both of us had a brewing passion for modern interior decorating that needed to be fulfilled. Our previous 1 bedroom apartment was a great warm up but the real challenge was ahead. We received generous gifts to get us started but after the wedding, closing costs and a few unexpected costs we were left with a fairly conservative budget to work with. First up was painting. None of the existing loud colours in the house were really to our liking. So started the giant task of painting every single wall in the house. Oh, and throw the garage and front entrance doors in there also. Thankfully Melissa works at a paint store so we were able to receive a few free cans and some really good deals on others. Quick shout out to Benjamin Moore and Pittsburgh Paints reps. After accomplishing this feat (with the help of family & friends) we decided a few walls needed some punch. A little wallpaper you say? Why not. Next up was lighting. Most of the fixtures were out of date or not giving us the desired effects. With the help of our handy uncle Rob, we changed every single fixture in the house and out. A few have actually been changed twice. Always a learning curb, right? We splurged on a few pendants from specialized shops but most have been big box store purchases to keep us on budget. Don’t worry, when we strike it rich we’ll have Moooi pendants galore. After the hard (wasn’t that bad) labor came time to pick furniture pieces to fill out the house. We had ordered most of the big ticket items before the move but we still needed to find the filler pieces. Had a great time driving around town and meeting local shop owners. After most of the furniture shopping was complete we had next to nothing left over for art and a lot of empty walls needed some love. Most of the art in the house are pictures we took ourselves, had printed locally and mounted in Ikea frames. We also headed down to the local art supply store and bought a few canvases on sale. Using left over house paint we created some large bold abstract pieces. A year has now passed since we first got the keys and we’re, mostly done. Being home owners now, we also realized that we’ll never actually be done. There’s always something to improve upon. Melissa’s office hung in the balance of our undecided minds but after a recent retro chair purchase we’ve been re-inspired. That room is coming along nicely and we should have pictures up shortly. Most of what we’ve done are cosmetic changes. We still plan on upgrading the kitchen, upstairs bath and replacing the old carpets for some swanky hardwood floors. All in due time.
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West Village Bachelor Pad
West Village Bachelor Pad
LABLstudioLABLstudio
The "main room" in the apartment had to serve multiple functions - a living room, a kitchen, a dining room, as well as a place to store items like our client's bicycle. Because space was tight, we used a small bistro table so that our client could sit with one other person (or more by pulling up other chairs) and enjoy a meal. By using a wall mounted bike rack that also incorporated some storage for his helmet + lock, we were able to save some space, and love the way that it highlights our client's graffiti art purchased on the streets of NYC! Photos by Matthew Williams
Dining Area
Dining Area
Kate Jackson DesignKate Jackson Design
photo taken by Nat Rea photography
Lorraine Vale
Lorraine Vale
LORRAINE G VALE, Allied ASIDLORRAINE G VALE, Allied ASID
Turn a 'what do I do with all these beige walls"? into a warm and welcoming home.
GE Monogram Kitchens
GE Monogram Kitchens
Monogram AppliancesMonogram Appliances
Inspired by the domestic architecture of rural England, this manor-style kitchen is the epitome of good taste-- beautifully proportioned, impeccably detailed and elegantly inviting. On the island and throughout the kitchen, intricately carved pilasters, plinths and other architectural elements pay homage to the charming-yet-stately aesthetic prevalent in the English countryside. Monogram professional appliances reflect the scheme perfectly, combining rugged stainless steel construction with refined, sophisticated styling. Custom panel appliances add to the kitchen's bespoke appeal.
Jamestown Table
Jamestown Table
Woodcraft FurnitureWoodcraft Furniture
This custom size Jamestown Table grabs the attention of the room. The smart contrast between the natural solid top of the table & the banquette is quite eye catching.
West Perry Street
West Perry Street
Rethink Design StudioRethink Design Studio
Richard Leo Johnson Wall Color: Gray Owl - Regal Wall Satin, Latex Flat (Benjamin Moore) Trim Color: Super White - Oil, Semi Gloss (Benjamin Moore) Wallpaper: Trove Chandelier: Old Plank Wall Plaques: Lazy Susan Gazelle Horns - J Douglas Mirror: Prescott Gold Leaf Round Mirror - Arteriors Dining Table: Oval Dining Table - DWR Dining Chairs: Eames Molded Plastic Wood Dowel Chairs - DWR Dining Chairs (Captain): Antique (reupholstered) Bar Cart: Ponce Iron Bar Cart - Arteriors Stools: Suite NY
Houston kitchen, living room, patio remodel with Restoration Hardware products
Houston kitchen, living room, patio remodel with Restoration Hardware products
InnovationLandInnovationLand
This Houston kitchen remodel turned an outdated bachelor pad into a contemporary dream fit for newlyweds. The client wanted a contemporary, somewhat commercial look, but also something homey with a comfy, family feel. And they couldn't go too contemporary, since the style of the home is so traditional. The clean, contemporary, white-black-and-grey color scheme is just the beginning of this transformation from the previous kitchen, The revamped 20-by-15-foot kitchen and adjoining dining area also features new stainless steel appliances by Maytag, lighting and furnishings by Restoration Hardware and countertops in white Carrara marble and Absolute Black honed granite. The paneled oak cabinets are now painted a crisp, bright white and finished off with polished nickel pulls. The center island is now a cool grey a few shades darker than the warm grey on the walls. On top of the grey on the new sheetrock, previously covered in a camel-colored textured paint, is Sherwin Williams' Faux Impressions sparkly "Striae Quartz Stone." Ho-hum 12-inch ceramic floor tiles with a western motif border have been replaced with grey tile "planks" resembling distressed wood. An oak-paneled flush-mount light fixture has given way to recessed lights and barn pendant lamps in oil rubbed bronze from Restoration Hardware. And the section housing clunky upper and lower banks of cabinets between the kitchen an dining area now has a sleek counter-turned-table with custom-milled legs. At first, the client wanted to open up that section altogether, but then realized they needed more counter space. The table - a continuation of the granite countertop - was the perfect solution. Plus, it offered space for extra seating. The black, high-back and low-back bar stools are also from Restoration Hardware - as is the new round chandelier and the dining table over which it hangs. Outdoor Homescapes of Houston also took out a wall between the kitchen and living room and remodeled the adjoining living room as well. A decorative cedar beam stained Minwax Jacobean now spans the ceiling where the wall once stood. The oak paneling and stairway railings in the living room, meanwhile, also got a coat of white paint and new window treatments and light fixtures from Restoration Hardware. Staining the top handrailing with the same Jacobean dark stain, however, boosted the new contemporary look even more. The outdoor living space also got a revamp, with a new patio ceiling also stained Jacobean and new outdoor furniture and outdoor area rug from Restoration Hardware. The furniture is from the Klismos collection, in weathered zinc, with Sunbrella fabric in the color "Smoke."
Photo Wall - Samsung Frame TV
Photo Wall - Samsung Frame TV
John Lewis & PartnersJohn Lewis & Partners
Exclusive to John Lewis, Samsung continue to evolve the home viewing experience by creating a 65" TV that blends seamlessly and artistically into your living space. In standby mode it displays art, either from its own expandable library, or you can upload pictures and photos yourself, so your TV transforms into an art piece to enhance your living space. It can mount flush to the wall like a picture in a gallery, or be displayed on a stand (wall mount and basic stand included). And it's blessed with Samsung's latest top-notch TV tech. Enjoy a stunning Certified Ultra HD 4K HDR picture, access a world of online entertainment via Samsung's Smart Hub, and control all compatible devices via one remote control. The Frame is a masterpiece of home entertainment.
Tyrol Hills Modern
Tyrol Hills Modern
PKA.PKA.
Paul Crosby Architectural Photography
Passive House Retreat
Passive House Retreat
ZeroEnergy DesignZeroEnergy Design
This vacation residence located in a beautiful ocean community on the New England coast features high performance and creative use of space in a small package. ZED designed the simple, gable-roofed structure and proposed the Passive House standard. The resulting home consumes only one-tenth of the energy for heating compared to a similar new home built only to code requirements. Architecture | ZeroEnergy Design Construction | Aedi Construction Photos | Greg Premru Photography

Wall Mounted Dining Table Designs & Ideas

Posh Westlake Bachelor's Pad
Posh Westlake Bachelor's Pad
BGI DesignBGI Design
The breakfast area focal point is seen from the front door and is captured by a beautiful slab of quartzite hung on the wall as art. The sideboard underneath the slab is intricately designed with inlaid mother of pearl and, when opened, lights up to highlight bottles inside. We used the existing table and moved the neutral upholstered chairs from the dining area. The previously built-in bench area used for reading, is now finished off with custom cushions and large throw pillows for a comfortable rest area. The dining area is now complete with colorful dining chairs that transition nicely into the large living area. Because our client loved pattern, we decided to use chairs that had a fun but unusual circle pattern on the back panel and play up the color with a fun striped fabric. The table is adorned with a silk floral arrangement and bright green circle hurricanes. Michael Hunter Photography
Woodside Guest House
Woodside Guest House
Cathy Schwabe ArchitectureCathy Schwabe Architecture
Great Room, Living + Dining Room and Porch of Guest House. Cathy Schwabe, AIA.Designed while at EHDD Architecture. Photograph by David Wakely
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