Nothing says “Home Sweet Home” better than a dining room with a cozy rustic style. However rustic dining rooms are not always just casual, they can be a combo of comfort and sophistication. Today Modern Dining Tables brings you 10 dining areas to amaze you and help you with your decor inspiration.
In the kitchen of an upstate New York ranch home, a root table found at auction was fitted with a glass top, the Josef Hoffmann chairs are covered in a vintage Larsen fabric, the ceiling incorporates beams from a 19th-century Pennsylvania barn and the lights are by Isamu Noguchi. It is a brilliant design and the perfect example of a rustic but sophisticated dining area design.
In an estate in Florence, the dining chairs are early-19th-century Tuscan and the 17th- and 18th-century engravings are views of Rome.
The 18-foot antique oak refectory table in this New York farmhouse came out of a Colombian monastery. To create an amazing vintage look, it might be a good idea to decorate the dining table with old sculptures and ceramics.
A Long Island beach house makes for a fresh bachelor pad, with design by New York architect David Mann. The dining porch contains a table by Moooi, chairs by Gloster, and a teak sideboard from Mecox.
Amanda Seyfried’s home in the Catskills is filled with handcrafted furnishings. With vintage artwork and full of antiques, Amanda surely knows how to embrace the rustic style.
A 19th-century farmhouse on Long Island becomes a modern-day family home, with design by Steven Gambrel. Amazing dining chairs, a blue based decor and the most magnificente pendant chandelier giving the final vintage touch are the true recipe for a rustic room design.
In this dining area, the table, stool, ceiling light, and chairs are by Christian Liaigre; the flooring is reclaimed oak. It is rustic, modern and industrial, all together, being the perfect place for a winter getaway.
On a young family’s horse farm outside of Philadelphia, designer Ellen Hamilton adds a sophisticated touch to rustic style. Modern chairs surrounding a vintage dining table decorated with fresh flowers to give the true look of a sophisticated farm house.
This once-abandoned farmhouse on Sweden’s Bjare Peninsula now mixes the best of both rustic and Scandinavian design. This dining area design is simple, clean, fresh and has a certain rustic touch on the lamp and bench.
There’s no denying the charm of this minimalist Swedish cottage. At the opposite end of the great room, the kitchen and dining area features a removable staircase and a 19th-century Swedish table.