There are plenty of very interesting design ideas for your dining room. However, when the time is to pick one, it is difficult to choose among all of these shapes, sizes, styles, materials and even colors! The question is, which one suits your dining room design ideas? Today, Dining Room Ideas will show you how to create a minimalist dining room design!
At a Malibu, California, home restored and decorated by BoydDesign, the steel-and-glass dining table is by Van Keppel-Green, the wire chairs are vintage Eames designs for Herman Miller, and mounted above the fireplace is an Ed Keinholz work; the floors are laid with cork.
This Aspen, Colorado, dining room designed by Shawn Henderson features a David Weeks Studio chandelier, a set of 1950s dining chairs cushioned in an Edelman leather, and a wall-mounted Paul Evans console from Todd Merrill Studio. The photo montage is by Tacita Dean.
Elsewhere in the same residence, a reclaimed-teak dining table and metal side chairs are by Heerenhuis.
A nighttime view of the double-height dining room in architect John Pawson’s Los Angeles house; the table and chairs were custom made.
The Egyptians said that they were the tears of the God RA and in many other civilizations they were adores and considered as Gods. The liquor that they produce was, in many histories and cultures, connected to gold. And now all this royalty of the bees, originally called “APIS” in Latin, was the main inspiration for this wood and brass dining table. The imposing of this table is represented by a top that retraces the torso of big and ancient trees and in a base inspired on the golden beehives, that together results in a piece of nature translated into a piece of furniture.
KOI carp is a recurring symbol of Japanese culture, highly appreciated by its decorative purposes, not only in water gardens but also in Irezumi practice or, most commonly, in tattoos. Its natural colour mutations reveal their capacity to adapt, just like the set of KOI tables with table tops in acrylic, glass or marble that you can choose to better ﬁt in your ambiences. The KOI scales from the sides of the tables shine and reﬂect – on its brass surface – the sun caught throughout the clear water. KOI and the Japanese word for love or affection are homophones, making the carp also a symbol of love and friendship.