Nature’s forces are inspiring even more the nowadays house’s decorations. Mostly the farmhouses love to feel the smell and the touch of the wood within its halls.
This article presents a beautiful selection of rustic farmhouse dining tables that will make our farmhouse look with a beautifil and contemporary look.
Designer Edwina Hunt filled the dining room of her 1770 saltbox farmhouse in Dutchess County, New York, with an antique dress- maker’s table she found in her native Argentina. The woven-hide chairs and bone and ram-horn candlesticks are her own designs, and the rug is cowhide.
ROMANTIC IN WHITE
The kitchen of the 1760 farmhouse in Columbia County, New York, shared by photographer William Waldron and his wife, Malene, includes a table by Anders Villum Jensen. The factory lights are from CITE, and the mismatched stools are antique.
London-based cosmetics executive Christine d’Ornano uses the dining area of her kitchen—part of a minimalist glass-walled addition overlooking the garden of her Victorian home in Notting Hill—for small, casual meals. The vintage pendant lamps are from England’s Rover car factory.
Designer Madeline Weinrib pairs a French farmhouse table with Arts and Crafts chairs in the dining area of her Manhattan loft. An antique Chinese ladder leans against built-in bookcases.
SUMMER HOME STYLE
CLEAN AND CLASSIC
White-stained knotty-pine walls and polished con- crete floors form the backdrop for a table in the Millbrook, New York, dining room of jewelry designer Mish Tworkowski and his partner, Joseph Singer. The 1940s armchairs are by Stickley.