DINING

House in Historic Belle Meade, Nashville

The Dining Room walls are lacquered a teal green. The marble mantle is from an apartment in Manhattan of the same 1920's time period. Interior Design by Markham Roberts.

Apartment on Washington Square New York

The dining room is centered by a deep blue Chinoiserie lantern that is comfortable with the upholstery on the chairs and the sky blue curtains. The large glass doors open to the terrace that looks out over the famous stone arch in Washington Square. Interior design by Ashley Whittaker.

Park Avenue Apartment in Rosario Candela Building

The Dining Room has hand-rubbed deep red lacquer walls. The glassy reflective quality of the walls adds to the sparkle of the space. The white oak herringbone floors are stenciled in a geometric pattern. Interior Design by Ashley Whittaker.

Historic Art Deco Apartment on Washington Square, Philadelphia

Chic New York Duplex

Purple lacquer walls and a stenciled pattern on the wood floor create an elegant and surprising mood for the dining room. Additional sparkle comes from the crystal candle sticks and chandelier combined with the silver leaf on the table base supporting the white lacquer table slab. Interior design by Markham Roberts.

Manhattan Apartment inspired by the Federal Style

This beautiful room was inspired by early American Federal Style Mansions. The room has an elaborate plaster ceiling and the cabinet is a conditioned wine case made to look like furniture. The floor pattern comes from Monticello and done in white oak and walnut. Interior Design by Leslie Bryant, photography by Chris Cooper.

Philadelphia Townhouse on Delancey Place

This breakfast nook is part of the addition that was added to the back of the home to create an internal courtyard and a new kitchen. The original dining room windows are visible through the curved, leaded glass window. Interior Design by Barbara Gisel and May Macelree.

Waterfront Plantation House in Vero Beach

Historic Home on Upper East Side

Pretty Dining Room in Martha's Vineyard

Philadelphia Townhouse on Delancey Place

The original dining room was painted a rich green, a color used in the time period of that the house was built. The mirror is from the same Victorian period as is the table. The internal courtyard that was added to the home is visible through the original restored windows. Interior Design by Barbara Gisel and Mary Macelree.

Chic New York Duplex

Purple lacquer paneled walls and a stenciled wood floor compliment the art deco side-board. Interior design by Markham Roberts.

House in Swarthmore

House on Long Island

Estate Home in Fort Wayne

Philadelphia Townhouse on Delancey Place

The internal courtyard was added to the back of this Victorian Townhouse to create an outdoor area in the middle of the city. The floor of the courtyard is encaustic tile done in green, black and cream colors following a pattern from English tiles of the same period as the home. The curved leaded glass window was created to bring light into the breakfast nook and offer an interesting feature when viewed from the dining room. Interior Design by Barbara Gisel and Mary Macelree.

Horse Farm in Upstate New York

Rainy day under the porches, the central stone porch connects the two covered wood decks. The furniture has a Moroccan theme with deep cushions and muted colors.

Horse Farm in Upstate New York

Dining Room with oval ceiling detail with painted bead-board, Venetian plaster walls.

Delicious Dining Room in Historic Belle Meade, Nashville

Custom Parquet Floor

The custom parquet pattern is both modern and classical.

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