The dark color of the reclaimed wood used in this table is neat and pleasant to the eyes, not to mention, long and perfect for vacations and big family get-togethers. The white walls in this dining area widens the space to go along with the long and dark reclaimed wooden table. The neutral tones of the dining room accents such as the lighting fixture, the chairs, and the framed paintings are a perfect combination in an area in a Prairie House like this one. This dining area looks as if it has been lifted from a TV series where the characters live in a simple yet chic loft. The table and walls of this dining room space share a contrast in color and wood size but these just complement the entire look and ambience of the area. And in addition, I really just love this brick wall! It completes the entire vintage and rustic vibe in this space. The upholstery of the mismatched dining chairs in this house look so comfortable and very pleasant to look at. The light shade of the reclaimed wood on the walls and table create a more spacious vibe in this dining room. The white ceiling and walls along with the vintage lighting fixtures are simply adorable that go perfect with the wood panels.
This home sure looks something I saw from the TV series, Grimm. A cabin in the middle of the woods where the Big Bad Wolf lives. Haha! The antler chandelier in this wonderfully designed space is just pretty and cool. White antler chandeliers are not really common as a personal choice for rustic homes because most often than not, the home owners and the designers prefer the neutral-colored ones because it usually is the main color palette in those particular space designs. In this case though, we see how much it looks well with the white shabby table and black sills.
In this dining room that Pinnacle Mountain Homes designed, you can see and definitely feel the cabin-like aura to this place. From the wood used in the windows, tables and beams to the color and design of the fabric of the chairs plus the candle chandelier, this is one simple yet homey dining space. Look at that interestingly pretty candle chandelier above the table! From this angle, you can see how legit it actually looks like - and having a space designed like this one, you know how a modern day cabin would look like. It is interesting how this candle chandelier has twigs in them - I am not sure if this is because it was designed for fall or something - but still, it looks rather appealing and it surely complements the entire dining space.
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