Dining RoomTransitional Dining Room, DC Metro

Inspiration for a mid-sized transitional dark wood floor kitchen/dining room combo remodel in DC Metro with beige walls and no fireplace —  Houzz
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Christina grissett wrote:Apr 13, 2011
  • christinecercone
    I've seen a similar chandelier at Restoration Hardware (look online) for much less.
zuitzy wrote:Jan 5, 2011
  • zuitzy
    Thanks Paul.
  • PRO
    Paul Anater
    You're welcome!
krimpet wrote:Aug 29, 2013
  • PRO
    Rachel Reider Interiors
    Real Wood, Engineered
  • marykwhit
    I have a table with legs like this one from Crate and Barrel. It is 65 inches long. I would love to do a settee like this with it but I'm not sure what size to get. In order for it to fit under the table a bit it can only be 55 inches. This one seems a bit longer than the inside of the legs. I'm wondering when you are eating at it if you would be close enough to the table. because it is longer than the inside area between the legs? In other words, if I did it this way the guests would most likely have to sit forward and wouldn't be able to lean back. You normally scoot your dining chair in when you eat. My only other idea might be to put pillows along the back? Your suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
jhall0609 wrote:Feb 6, 2013
  • Lee Smith
    34 to 36 inches above the table. Make sure it isn't blocking something you want seen.
  • Lee Smith
    that's what i read
hamima wrote:Jun 12, 2012
  • springlake23
    Please tell me where I can purchase these chairs? Beautiful room!!
  • Sharon Marshall
    Please tell me where I can purchase these chairs??????
elisheva wrote:May 12, 2011
  • Heather Hughes
    Branches are a fantastic way to bring in a natural and sculptural element into any room. And the best thing is that they're relatively inexpensive! Most florists and local craft stores sell branches, but my recommendation would be to check online (try save-on-crafts.com). Depending on the type of branches you use, you can really create a one-of-a-kind look. Some of the most popular: Manzanita branches, Curly Willows, Curly Tings, Birch, Curly Asian Mulberry and Japanese Mitsumata.
  • elisheva
    Thank you so much for your help!
sookie wrote:Mar 2, 2011
Meredith Gibson wrote:Jan 6, 2016
  • PRO
    Rachel Reider Interiors

    Thank you for your feedback Gibher. We actually love the high back of this dramatic dining bench but appreciate the honesty.

dawn2012 wrote:Aug 11, 2013
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    Rachel Reider Interiors
    I suppose it depends on the circumstance but for the most part we like only one bench so that it doesn't look too heavy or closed in.
msb2402 wrote:Mar 7, 2013
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    CityLiving Banquettes & Booths
    You can get this banquette made by CityLiving Banquettes & Booths in Chicago. They ship nationwide and will build whatever size and style you want. Visit their website at www.citylivingdesign.com or call 312-335-0711.
ccintx wrote:Apr 28, 2012
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    The Shabby Nest
    Benjamin Moore's Goldtone is a similar color.
Barbara wrote:Oct 13, 2011

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    jaceinteriors
    Jace Interiors & CreateGirl Blog added this to Guest Picks: Settees for Every Room and StyleJul 22, 2013

    Rachel Reider utilized a settee in a dining room to create an inviting and relaxed feel in the space.

    nataliemyers
    Natalie Myers added this to Pick the Right Dining ChairMay 22, 2012

    You: Never know how many people are coming for dinnerYour seating: The cushioned benchSome people find a hard wood bench unforgiving, so look at cushioned benches or banquette seating for increased comfort. Having a cushioned bench along one wall and regular chairs on the other side of a table creates an eye-catching composition. Combined with an extending table, you're ready for any size dinner party.

    becky
    Becky Harris added this to Cozy Up to a Loveseat at the TableFeb 28, 2011

    Add texture. There’s a nice contrast between these rattan chairs and this elegantly upholstered dining settee.Upholstery professionals give furniture a second life

    erikaward
    Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors added this to Design Talk: What is a Settee?Jan 26, 2011

    One of my favorite uses of a settee has to be in a dining space. I love the inspiration behind a conventional booth transformed to function in a residential breakfast nook.

    becky
    Becky Harris added this to Twenty Scintillating, Sculptural Light FixturesNov 13, 2010

    For a great guide to choosing the right sized light for a dining room, look at this ideabook from Lettered Cottage.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    ladygolfer53
    ladygolfer53 added this to KitchenSep 3, 2019

    my parsons with wall sofa and wicker

    klee570
    klee570 added this to DiningAug 25, 2019

    Like the idea of the sofa type seating as opposed to a bench with no back. I don’t like the style of the one in the picture though

    kmarshall32
    Kristen Marshall added this to Kitchen/Office/MiscJun 4, 2019

    maybe something like this style??

    webuser_342441619
    Tahlemonte Boseman added this to Principles of Design By TahleMonte BosemanMar 20, 2019

    This picture is showing Proportion/Scale because of the the long chair on the left side of the table is bigger then the table and the chairs and the chairs itself are the same size and level as the table almost. What I like about this picture is how it is set up different and how they have the chandelier hanging over the table and I like the the windows.

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