Mealtime is a great time to unite everyone, whether it’s with family or friends, which means having a functional dining room is back to being a desirable option these days after falling by the wayside for a bit. Looking for inspiration, we tracked down 8 modern dining rooms we’d be happy to have and use to share a meal.
While not 100% modern, this eclectic dining room resides in a revamped mid-century home, designed by Clay Holden of Moore Ruble Yudell Architects, which features a dark wood table and a mix of dining chairs hanging out under a Foscarini pendant.
Designed by Sarah Stacey, this beachside home in South Padre Island, Texas has a ceramic tile floor that looks like wood flooring. The weathered wood table gets a pop of with these aqua colored chairs and brass, geometric fixture above.
This Piet Boon-designed apartment is located in a building that used to be home to offices in NYC. With white walls and black details, this light-filled dining room is home to mustard colored chairs that add warmth and life to the minimalist space.
This 1932 suburban tudor in Newton, Massachusetts was renovated by Hacin + Associates to include classic details you’d find in a tudor, but with modern decor, like the dining table, chairs, and light fixture. Plus: wallpapered ceiling!!!
Smart Design Studio’s Orama Residence features a renovation and extension of a historic house in Sydney, Australia. Located in the modern extension, the dining room is surrounded by concrete walls in a double height space with a simple, black and white color scheme.
This dining room featured in the HK Living catalog, is housed adjacent to an industrial-type kitchen but it’s warmed up with a long, wooden, slightly rustic table and colorful chairs.