What's Your Dining Style?•
Posted on September 04 2018
The dining room, much like your kitchen, is the heart and soul of the home. It's where those near and dear to us come together over a bountiful meal to share stories, trade jokes and reminisce. Before heading out and buying your new dining furniture, you’ll want to consider a few factors first. Most importantly, make sure the dining set you choose fits your personal style.
The Soft Side of Industrial
Create a modern-industrial dining room by pairing polished dark walnut surfaces, cast iron saw-horse style bases, and classic upholstered chairs. Select pieces that have similar colored bases to truly tie the entire room together, then contrast bright upholstery with dark wood to create a striking dining room set that is well balanced and eye-catching.
Our Suggestion: The Bryn Mawr Dining Collection
The Character of Live-Edge
Use wood furnishings with a live edge, like this acacia slab table and bench set, to transport the allure of nature into your home. By choosing pieces that integrate a rich lustrous finish, natural live edges, and minimalistic iron craftsmanship, you can fuse organic and industrial elements to create an eye-catching dining room layout.
Our Suggestion: The Lehigh Loft Dining Collection
The Traditional Diner
Anchor a formal dining room with a traditionally-designed coordinating table and chair set. Always pay attention to the story behind the craftsmanship of your furniture. Selecting hand-planed, solid wood pieces not only imbues your dining room with grace and time-honored charm, but also makes a great conversation starter!
The Hardcore Industrialist
Reclaimed wood and iron meld together to create eclectic pieces of furniture. Crafted exclusively from recycled materials, each piece in this unique collection features keen details such as adjustable hand cranks for a vintage look that combines functionality and style.
Our Suggestion: Crank Table Collections
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