Dining Room Pictures From HGTV Urban Oasis 2016

Midcentury-style chairs mix with the rustic-look table and traditional lighting and window treatments, proving there’s no reason to stick with just one style to get a stylish look.

By: Jeannie Matteucci

Photo By: Robert Peterson/Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza, Tomas Espinoza Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza, Tomas Espinoza Photography

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza, Tomas Espinoza Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza, Tomas Espinoza Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Gathering Place

The well-detailed dining room open to the adjacent kitchen mixes midcentury-style chairs with a rustic-look table and traditional lighting and window treatments, creating a transitional gathering space with style.

Great Location

The dining room's close proximity to the open kitchen makes it easy to seamlessly cook, entertain and serve meals.

Plenty of Seating

The rustic round pedestal dining table offers the chance to maximize seating capacity without making guests feel crowded.

Sleek Dining Chairs

The gray Danish midcentury-modern sloped-legged dining chairs, crafted from durable rubberwood, have a sleek no-arm look with soft, easy-to-maintain fabric upholstery and a cushy seat for comfort.

Ravishing Rug

A geometric area rug that feels soft to the touch grounds the dining room and features colors that coordinate with the white cabinets in the adjacent kitchen and black accents seen throughout the house.

Rustic Elegance

The dining table's pine-wood brown finish offers a sophisticated look that works in both modern and rustic spaces.

Multi-Functional Room

The dining room's central location and easy style makes it not only a great space for entertaining, but also an ideal spot to catch up on email or check the schedule for the week ahead.

Coordinating Spaces

This look into the neutral dining room from the open kitchen shows the cohesive design details and coordinating colors used in both spaces.

Fabulous Floor

The dining room's engineered white oak plank floor has a satin sheen finish in an antique pewter gray that works perfectly with the black and white accents used throughout the home.

Framed Mirror

A rectangular walnut framed mirror in the corner helps reflect just a bit more light into the dining room.

Charming Chandelier

The eight-light chandelier above the dining room table with a repeated hug-and-kiss motif has an Arts and Crafts feel and an English bronze finish that complements the door hardware used throughout the house.

Extra Light

Walls sconces placed above the dining room's double-hung windows offer additional illumination and a pleasing glow.

Window Dressing

Gray drapery panels combined with cordless smooth-lift solar shades offer an easy, flexible way to allow natural light inside but also create privacy or block light during especially warm and sunny days.

Connected Spaces

This view into the classic black-and-white kitchen from the dining room shows the strong connection and great flow between the adjacent spaces.

User-Friendly Design

The design of the round pedestal dining table makes it user-friendly. With no legs, everyone at the table can sit comfortably without one or two guests feeling jammed into a tight corner.

Comfort and Style

The dining room balances comfort and good looks by employing great lighting and a mix of colors, design styles and textures, creating a space with an inviting personality.