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It's where we host holidays for 12 or weeknight dinners for two, the gathering spot for any size family–or feast. 

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Photography by BRITTANY AMBRIDGE

Cookie-cutter furniture isn't your style. It can be difficult to find something just right–you want that quirky, unique charm. Mix things up. Get creative and have a custom-made dining room table created (like this couple did) and add chairs that have character. Sometimes the best things are stumbled upon and not sold as a set.

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You’re always switching back and forth between different color palettes and trends. Create a wall of art in black and white, which is the perfect base for any look. 

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Photography by BRITTANY AMBRIDGE

A white table with matching chairs is an easy way to make a dining room look pulled together, chic, and sophisticated. 

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Your dining room is feeling a little stuffy, and it’s not from the meal you just had. Bring your dining room to new heights by adding a chandelier as the focal point. 

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That stunning light fixture speaks to you, but the rest of the room doesn’t fit your personality.

TIP: Personalize your chairs by choosing a fabric that you love. You can easily reupholster seat covers with just a staple gun and fabulous textile. That should do the trick!

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Photography by MIGUEL FLORES-VIANNA

from the archives…

Long tables are often overlooked in the eating areas. We regularly glance back at this photo as a reminder. You can hit the neutral-décor zone by adding industrial-style light fixtures. Instant modernity and a touch of masculinity are created, while keeping those floral touches and glamour details for yourself.