dining room designYou have got a small apartment or just a bit house for the dining room? Circa-1935 chairs by Kaare Klint surround the custom-made dining table, the chandelier by Frederik Molenschot is from the Carpenters Workshop Gallery, and the classic ground lamp was bought on the Saint-Ouen flea market; the painting is by Marc Quinn, and the doors and flooring are oak.

The dining room chairs embrace two originals by Maison Leleu, from Maison Gerard, as well as reproductions, all covered in a nubuck from Cortina Leathers; the resin-prime table is a custom design, the painting is by Christian Marclay, and 5 Italian pendants type a single light fixture.

The nineteenth-century eating desk and chairs, with cushions in a Bennison fabric, are Italian, as are the nineteenth-century consoles and chandelier; the wooden door frames are painted in faux marble, the vintage painted chinoiserie wallpaper was duplicated by craftsmen in some sections, and the 19th-century rug is Persian.

The dining desk is by Hervé Van der Straeten, the Charlotte Perriand chairs are from Cassina, the custom mild fixture is by Lindsey Adelman, and the flooring is white oak; the video portraits of Woman Gaga are by Robert Wilson, the ceramics are by Cody Hoyt, and the sequence of drawings is by Jose Dávila.

Generally, vibrant modern wallpaper patterns with small designs in gentle colors make dining room design and decor feel extra open, ethereal and roomy. An incredible dining rectangular eating table for Cristal Room Baccarat, Paris, designed by Philippe Starck.