Cut to the ultimate center of attention: this circular four-seater tête-à-tête between two dining tables.
A pared-down look can deliver a major impact through shapes and sculptural pieces.
The white dining room brightens up the space tremendously and allows the original molding to shine.
A vintage table and chairs with a blue gingham seat cushion add a touch of country charm.
In a West Hollywood townhouse that gets tons of light, Tamara Honey, the principal and creative director behind House Of Honey.
The chain links the chandelier to vintage table bases made of solid coral, each detail brings something unique to the space.
A bold cobalt de Gournay wallpaper fills the space inside the arch molding in this dining room.