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6 Dining Rooms Ready for Thanksgiving

6 Dining Rooms Ready for Thanksgiving

6 Dining Rooms Ready for Thanksgiving
November 22
13:03 2012


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This architectural dining room is in a stunning 15,000 square foot residence in Ontario, Canada.  A 20 foot skylight feature overhead is the ideal spot from which to view the night sky or the sparkling custom made light feature suspended over the dining table.


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This bright inviting space dates back to 1873 when formal dining rooms were a must in homes.  The inlay hardwood flooring, ornate custom moulding, and large bay window are only a few of the details you’ll find in this space.

Designed by Paula Grace Designs.

This comfortable yet formal space is perfect for small family gatherings.  Additional chairs may be added for extended family if needed.  The ornate chandelier and wall scones set the mood for an enjoyable dinner.

Designed by Shirley Goldfield

Everything’s bigger in Texas..and that’s no exception here.  This stylish & elegant formal dining space has seating for 12 and room to add in a chair or two if needed.  There are three sets of French doors leading to an expansive three-season veranda.  This home was once priced as high as $72 million.

Designed by Christopher Dean / Photo by Ethan T.

This spectacular dining room resides in a palatial 42,000 square foot masterpiece not too far from Atlanta, GA.  With seating for 18 this room lacks no space for additional guests.  When not in conversation your guests can observe every detail the room offers including two stunning antique crystal chandeliers, a hand painted ceiling, and gold leaf throughout the room.  There is also a fireplace at the far end.

Designed by Veranda Homes.

If you don’t have a large family, a smaller more intimate dining room may be for you.  A circular table gives your dinner a more personal feel as all of your guests will be facing one another.  Nobody will be left out of any conversation.

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