The neutral palette in this Bridgehampton, New York, dining room by Timothy Godbold sets a serene mood, and the round table encourages conversation.
Photo by Alec Hemer
Photo by Simon Upton
The Dallas dining room of Kelli Ford, part of the Kirsten Kelli design duo, features soaring ceilings, a pair of massive chandeliers and a stunning sunburst mirror over the fireplace.
Photo by Max Kim-Bee
Thad Hayes updated this turn-of-the-century shingle-style house on Long Island, whose dining room features a round iron chandelier and a set of bowback Windsor armchairs.
Photo by Scott Frances
Sofia Aspe didn’t shy away from mixing color and pattern in this Mexico City dining room, which includes 1stdibs-sourced items like a table by Ole Wanscher and vintage chairs by Niels Otto Møller covered in a vibrant Kravet fabric.
Photo by Alfonso de Bejar
A wall mural based on Monet’s water lilies adorns this Brian J. McCarthy-designed dining room on Long Island. The space also features a dining table with a sculptural base and a mirrored sideboard.
Photo by Fritz von der Schulenburg
Embossed leather-inset millwork panels line the walls of this Sara Story–designed dining room, whose brass detailing and gilded and oxidized silver-lead verre églomisé ceiling by Miriam Ellner make the space even more dramatic.
Photo by Masano Kawana
Hand-painted wallpaper by Gracie and gilded-gold de Gournay tea paper on the ceiling imbue this Marin County, California, dining room with warmth and color. Suzanne Rheinstein and Associates designed the space, which features a circa-1780 Chippendale mahogany serving table, a pair of circa-1825 Georgian Sheffield silver-plate three-candle candelabras and 19th-century Chinese glazed stoneware altar fruit, all from Rheinstein’s shop, Hollyhock.
Photo by Pieter Estersohn
In this house in Southampton, New York, a former residence of Consuelo Vanderbilt, the dining room’s wall treillage and floral ceiling design were fabricated in plaster. Thomas Pheasant Interiors designed the space, as well as the convex mirror hanging above the French limestone mantle.
Photo by Durston Saylor
Metallic ceiling paper by Stark pops against the navy silk Designtex wallcovering in this Manhattan dining room by Mendelson Group. Vintage Carlo di Carli side chairs are from Van den Akker, and the host chair is upholstered in a John Rosselli fabric with nailhead trim.