In the California desert, this vacation home recalls the midcentury heyday of Palm Springs with its abundance of concrete, stucco, and ipe. Walnut chairs the residents found locally surround a dining table by Riva 1920.
In costal Australia, architect John Wardle designed an oceanfront getaway for a surfing couple. His firm also designed this dining table, where up to 10 guests can gaze out at the Southern Ocean. The solid-oak Hiroshima chairs are designed by Maruni.
Bench seating offers guests the opportunity to spread out or squeeze in at this Lake Tahoe vacation home. A custom table created out of a wood slab is surrounded by benches by De La Espada; the brass candelabrum is vintage, sourced from 1stDibs. The credenzas are Bo Concept.
In this Harlem townhouse, sustainability was a driving force. The dining area boasts a handmade pendant by The Light Factory in Baltimore, Maryland. The table is from Blu Dot; the chairs are from IKEA. The flooring is natural bamboo from Dyerich.
The kitchen of this Jackson, Wyoming vacation home features plenty of seating options for casual meals or more formal affairs. Beams extending from the kitchen floor give the impression of an oversize butcher-block stage for a custom walnut-slab table and a dozen Molded Plastic chairs by Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller.