Modern Dining RoomModern Dining Room, San Francisco
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Wondering what to do with your collection of vases and craving something out of the ordinary? Try this concept: a sculptural grouping of containers, hold the flowers. The transparent bottles and vases add no visual weight to the starkly modern space and don’t fight for attention with the powerful black accents. Without flowers, the focus is on the lines and curves of the containers themselves. A grandly scaled mirror doubles the arrangement’s reflective strength.More: Mix Your Plates for Memorable Table Settings
Balancing out the style. Talk about high style. Two end chairs and two drum pendants in black seemingly steal the show. The whitewashed table and bench, however, add additional character in an unexpected way. The clean, squared-off lines conflict perfectly (and balance beautifully) with the curviness and drama of the chairs and lights. Notice how the bench is the same width as the table. It's showing us that it means business in both form and function.
Here's a showstopper I've done twice that's as great to look at as it is to dine at: wingbacks and benches at the same table. This combo is an excellent option for square-footage-challenged spaces like condos or apartments; being able to see directly over one side of the table to the other keeps the dining room feeling open.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Although these chairs are being used in a dining space, I can't get enough of them! They would be the perfect accent element in my dream living room. I've always loved the wing back style chairs because it is such a visual focal point in any room.