Long Beach Midcentury ModernContemporary Dining Room, Los Angeles

Kitchen/dining room combo - mid-sized contemporary dark wood floor kitchen/dining room combo idea in Los Angeles with white walls, a standard fireplace and a tile fireplace —  Houzz
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Rebecca Wolf wrote:Aug 29, 2017
  • Swastika Singhal

    And the backrests of the chairs don't look the same as the one on Wayfair... they look much narrower, did you have them custom made?

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    Soko Interior Design

    The table is the midcentury extendable dining table from Westelm. The chairs might not be available anymore, they were purchase some time ago.

housser wrote:Apr 3, 2017
karynkh wrote:Mar 31, 2018
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    Soko Interior Design

    The table is from West Elm. Yes, it extends. The chairs are from Wayfair.

duffer33 wrote:Nov 7, 2017
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    Soko Interior Design
    I’m not sure what you’re referring to. There is no turquoise parsons chair in this photo.
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      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Mitchell Parker added this to New This Week: 3 Dining Rooms Boost the Mood With Modern DecorOct 7, 2016

      2. Midcentury MixDesigner: Amber Sokolowski of Soko Interior DesignLocation: Long Beach, CaliforniaSize: 300 square feet (28 square meters); 15 by 20 feetHomeowners’ request: For her own home, designer Amber Sokolowski wanted to take a few risks and have some fun. She and her husband honed in on a style that’s “midcentury, eclectic and a little glam,” she says. Special features: Vaulted ceiling; cement tile surround; custom wood beam mantel; oversize lantern-style light fixture; abstract artwork; midcentury-style table and chairs with a walnut finish Why the design works: “I wanted to bring attention to the height and grand scale of the room, which is why I added the large Darlana lantern and a large abstract piece of artwork to draw the eye up,” Sokolowski says. “The space is so open, and with the vaulted ceiling and all-white walls, it took a while to make it feel complete. The addition of the artwork and accessories like plants really helped to make the room come together.”Designer secret: “Updating the lighting made a huge difference,” she says. “It’s amazing what a dramatic difference this one change can make.” Also on the team: Rod Hand Craft (mantel); Amy Bartlam (photography)Wall paint: Snowbound, Sherwin-Williams; Strata I fireplace tile: Cement Tile Shop; large Darlana lantern: Circa Lighting; midcentury expandable dining table: West Elm; Tracy dining chairs (similar): Modway via Houzz; Targa buffet in carbon gray: Carrera collection, Lexington Home Brands via Houzz; Trussell vintage-style rug (similar): Safavieh via Houzz; “Blue Strap” art: Sara Brown, Z GallerieSee more of this home

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      Scott added this to Rachelle And Scott Zadigian Dining RoomSep 26, 2019

      I like the look of the table and chairs

      thedrakes added this to Midcentury IdeasSep 9, 2019

      Here's a more creative tile used for a fireplace.

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