Dining Room / March 5, 2018 / Esme Jean.
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.
Vintage metalwork supports and an imperfect, rustic wooden tabletop have combined to create a striking, unusual and eye-catching dining table here! We love the mix of different seating options too.A very basic design doesn't have to make for a boring dining table, as this lovely pared back example proves! A wooden classic, we really think there are some serious Scandinavian vibes going on here.
The simplicity of the long wooden dining table has been matched nicely by the creamy whiteness of the modern chairs. Other wooden and white touches pervading this space also complement the dining unit wonderfully well. The pair of chic pendant lights cast a soothing glow over the entire space.
Wooden chairs, finished with a luxuriously quilted seat cushions, not only look pretty, they are fantastically comfortable as well, making them ideal for both formal and informal dining. The only aspect to be very careful about is the fabric covering the pads, as it will need to be washable. Nobody wants to deal with pesky pesto stains or tomato marks, long-term and family homes always seem to encounter spills.