Dining Room / January 19, 2018 / Priscilla Douglass.
Finally, think about how many people you need to comfortably seat on a daily basis, then add a few extra, just in case you are ever hoping to have a fun dinner party. We always think that you should try to accommodate an extra four people and with that knowledge in mind, you can go to town choosing chairs that will easily squeeze into your space and around your table.
The quaint and distinctly vintage dining table set is definitely the showstopper of this countryside farmhouse. White and glass contribute to the soft and sophisticated elegance of the dining area, and go well with the earthy atmosphere. The large stone tiles on the floor, the abundance of unpolished wood, and exposed brick walls seem to engulf the dining table and chairs with old world magic.
The style of table you have selected will directly impact on which chairs will work. For example, you'll often find that circular tables can accommodate far wider seats and even high backs will work well, wheres more angular designs often require compact chairs, as they'll have legs to contend with.
Rusticity and contemporary charm have come together in this spacious dining area, with a large roughly hewn wooden table breaking the predominance of grey and white. The stone-lined feature wall is naturally the focal point, while flowing drapes add a hint of enchantment.