This is the season in which your luxury dining room gets more traffic than just about any other time of year. It looks like Christmas all over again. Dining Room Ideas gathered the best dining room sets featured in Vogue. What do you think of them?
Dining room ideas: in Lauren Santo Domingo’s Paris apartment, the Catroux-designed circa-1970s dining room table converts into a bar for parties.
Modern dining room with a gold plated brass spheres finished dining room table by Boca do Lobo with high gloss varnish on the base and a top made by an amazing myrtle burl veneer, finished with a high gloss varnish. The ghost dining room chairs make the perfect dining room decor.
A modern custom Christophe Delcourt and gray lacquered dining room chairs contrast with historic details in the dining room decor.
Serena Rees and Joe Corre, cofounders of Agent Provocateur, set off their London dining room design with an Ann Carrington royal portrait made of safety pins and a modern pink dining room table and chairs designed by Denton Corker Marshall for Edra.
In Daniel Romualdez’s Connecticut dining room design, the designer uses 17th-century Dutch Delft peacock china both to set the table and decorate the walls.
Photographer François Halard gets creative in the dining room decor of his downtown New York City loft by fashioning a table out of two 1930s-era column planters.
David Netto and Ione Skye’s New York apartment featured a lamp on the 1850s Anglo-Indian dining room table from Niall Smith, which allowed the space to do double duty as an area for eating and reading.