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6 inspirations for your dining room

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6 inspirations for your dining room

Christophe Dugier

For a convivial meal, the dining room remains the ideal room. Whether inside a chalet in the mountains or a Parisian loft, the dining rooms are very deco thanks to a boost of design. Côté Maison has selected six for you. Decryption!

Need ideas to change the decor of your dining room? These six examples should help you!

1. A raw materials dining room

Mineral atmosphere for the dining room of this three-storey chalet housed in the Austrian mountains. The Salzburg architects Gogl Atchitekten were inspired by the Japanese aesthetics of wabi-sabi to draw this living room. The simplicity of natural materials (concrete, iron, stone or wood) coupled with the design of Eames chairs brings a raw character to the dining room. We will retain this chandelier signed Isabel Hamm, associated with the windows, brings light and balance the roughness of the room.

Around the table by Tischlerei Hofer, a suspension by Isabel Hamm and chairs by Charles & Ray Eames (Vitra).

Jo Pesendorfer

2. An offbeat dining room

When she is not traveling, Caravane's CEO Véronique Piedeleu resorts to her home, designated architectural heritage of La Baule. The small sailboat or the dining table made with maps of the world all the same reminder of his many trips. The rustic side of the exposed stones is contrasted by the glass suspensions. The mismatched chairs that add a staggered side to the room also caught our attention.

Glass pendant "Yoshi" and "Olima" and dining table made by hand with collages of world maps.

Christophe Dugier

3. An ethnic dining room in the heart of Paris

For the dining room of this Parisian apartment, interior designer Sophie Pailleret stands out by handling ethnic prints and playing with the motifs of the bench and cushions. The alliance with the wood of the chairs or suspensions Seppo Koho enhances besides the traditional parquet floor. We appreciate the use of black lines or pillars that delineate each element of the room.

Fabric of the "Ellipse" and Montaigne "banquet" by Pierre Frey for the cushions On the wall, a "Riflesso" wallpaper by Piero Fornasetti, birch wall lamps and pendants "Puncto" and "Secto", design Seppo Koho, The Boutique Danish, on the solid oak table and base in solid brass by Anne-Sophie Pailleret, vases by Frederic de Luca Norman Cherner chairs.

Jean Marc Palisse

4. A brightly white dining room

Remodeled by Alain Dussaud of the Domus shop, the whiteness of this dining room reminds almost that of Greek houses. With its light touches of color, the room is a model of sobriety and understated luxury: the Gervasoni table in white marble and the Kartell armchairs are ideally integrated into their environment. Another good idea: the original wooden partitions that bring character to the dining room.

Moooi lamppost lampshade, linen tablecloth lime and Baccarat cups.

Pierrick Verny

5. A dining room under the roof

At the home of Julie Rouart and Philippe Chiambaretta, the dining room is a meeting place for the whole family. Located under the roof of a Parisian apartment, the room is distinguished by the design details scattered on the ceiling or on the walls. The space is basic and user-friendly but not simplistic. The "Baobab" table by Ionna Vautrin or the wooden table "Extenso" by Willem van Ast is a reminder of the couple's passion for art. The choice of the frame that harmonizes the entire dining room is particularly successful.

Wooden table "Extenso" by Willem van Ast, Arco, chairs "Ant" by Arne Jacobsen, Fritz Hansen, suspended by Superflex and silkscreen "Silver Paramor" by Jean-Luc Verna next to a work by Meredith Sparks. On the right, "Baobab" table by Ionna Vautrin.

Nicolas Millet

6. A modern chalet-style dining room

In the heart of the Megève ski resort, this dining room is a refuge cocooning. The modernity of the table and leather armchairs here brings a youthful look inside a classic wooden chalet. The hanging candles and colorful cushions invite us to stay as long as possible in this dining room resolutely deco!

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Anne Rogier

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