Vote For The Best House & Home Dining Room Of 2017!
What’s the backdrop to your dream dinner party? We have 12 fabulous options right here. Click through for the top H&H dining rooms of 2017 and cast your vote using the button below your favorite image.
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Black wraparound steel shelves create a graphic focal point in architect Darcie Watson‘s Scandi-inspired dining room.
A weathered harvest table paired with unpainted Windsor chairs and a light fixture made from an old steel drum exudes a coveted cozy, casual look in designer J Gibson’s winter retreat.
For a more contemporary aesthetic, designer Neil Johnson stained an antique cherry dining table a few shades darker and paired it with a sculptural brass chandelier in Don Tapscott and wife Ana Lopes’s condo.
The best way to make a grand statement in a dining room: art. Case in point, this oversized artwork in bright hues not only adds color to the room, but also creates a focal point when the curtains are drawn. You might remember this daring dining room from our April 2017 cover.
Graphic chairs that ring the contemporary dining table and a modular pendant light fixture offers a more compelling monochromatic look in the dining room of our 2017 Home Of The Year.
Symmetry is the uniform of choice in this stunning dining space. Twin built-in breakfront cabinets flank the front windows, while a pair of Belgian farmhouse-style chandeliers line the top of the dining table.
In this family-friendly cottage dining room that casually overlooks the lake, washable linen slipcovered chairs surround a whitewashed reclaimed-oak table.
For additional seating and a more casual dining experience, Sloane Klevin had a custom mid-century modern banquette made in her Hudson River Valley country house.
Designers Alexandre Blazys and Benoit Gérard gave a traditional Québécois dining set a modern spin by pairing it with a casual sisal rug and rust-look chandelier.
The iconic Eero Saarinen dining table complements the vintage Venetian bar (to the left) homeowner James Aitken purchased while living in England. Wife Genevieve Makinson brings her eclectic style to the space.
Love The Holiday? Andraya Frith and Graham Kechnie’s farmhouse dining room is reminiscent of the quaint U.K. cottage from the popular Nancy Meyers movie.
Style and comfort go hand in hand in event planner Catriona Smart’s formal dining room. A modern glass table and chandelier with fluorescent tubes bring the room into the 21st century while plush navy velvet chairs add comfort.