Dining Room with Board Formed Concrete WallsContemporary Dining Room, Portland
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Verner Panton's S Chair from the early 1960s is the first injection-molded plastic chair. Available in a range of colors, the chairs can be stacked and became a favorite of cafeterias and schools. I can't help but think that Panton's design is an inspired update of the Zig Zag Chair.
Pumpkin, driftwood and cloud. If you're more of a traditionalist when it comes to fall color, this one's for you. The deep orange and weathered gray meld into a wonderfully mellow backdrop while the bright white chairs keep the overall look from becoming too muted.
Basement windows may be small but they can sure bring in a lot of light if grouped together.
5. Creative use of materials. This dining room wall is made of concrete, but with a wood pattern pressed into it. The mix of concrete, vintage style ceiling and modern Panton chairs makes for an eclectic combination.
This room has a lot of fun play between modern rectangles and curves, and this continues with the items on the table top. Curvy Panton Chairs play off the bowls and the light fixture, while the strong rectangular shapes of the table, candle niches and windows hold their own.