Astonishing Dining Rooms with Statement Chandeliers to Inspire You
Most meals are shared around our dining room tables, except that toast or piece of fruit many people eat standing when they are in hurry and call that breakfast. To bright up those meals we will show you some statement chandeliers, wether they are minimalistic or intricate, to create unique dining rooms.
This beautiful Supernova Chandelier designed by the portuguese luxury brand Boca do Lobo is a marvellous hancrafted piece of art that will give a classic touch of gentility to your dining room.
Designed and styled by Folkhem, this is a minimalist dining room in Sweden covered in white and light wood tones. To complete the dining design there is a oversized grey chandelier: Under The Bell Pendant from Muuto.
With a sleek table and chairs by Desiron, this SchappacherWhite Architecture designed TriBeCa loft’s dining areais topped off with Roll & Hill’s Modo 15 Globe Chandelier creating a cozy but sophisticated atmosphere of exclusive design.
By Camille Hermand, a massive black pendant hangs above an antique dining table of wood with white chairs. The monotone of the furniture contrasts with the colorful triangular pattern behind the bar.
This raw and minimal space by Creative Shift Studio is modern and clean with a breathtaking city view. The dining area design is completed by a brushed brass fixture by Studio Dunn above the table that provides the focal point for the space.
A PH Snowball pendant from Louis Poulsen hangs above a semi dark wood table and black chairs in this original Jørn Utzon-designed home in Denmark. The rather simple but stunning lighting design of this chandelier is a breath of fresh air in this dark modern dining room.
A regency-era property gets a modern renovation from STUDIOILSE, including the dining room that keeps its original details but gets a modern dining table, colorful chairs and a Droog’s 85 Lamps Chandelier by Rody Graumans.
A summer house in Alentejo, Portugal was designed for a clothing designer with a cozy dining room that has a Scandinavian feel. Above the upholstered wood chairs and glass table hangs a Taraxacum 88 S fixture by Achille Castiglioni for Flos.
This mid-century home in San Francisco was remodeled by the architect David Henig with a dining room with an amazing view to a lot full of trees. Mimicking nature, two tree-like Heracleum II lights by Bertjan Pot for Moooi were installed above the wooden table.
This Ukrainian penthouse has rustic, wide planked wooden floors and exposed brick walls with tall ceilings. This is a typical loft style designed by Sergey Makhno with a dining room that features a traditional black table with army green chairs and three massive black drum pendants for lighting.