Industrial Chic Dining Room With Vaulted Ceiling

This dining room already had wonderful character but needed an update. The space was divided into sections and given custom cabinets, then a stone wall was added to bring warmth to the space.

Photo By: Cory Holland

Photo By: Cory Holland

Photo By: Harmony Weihs

Photo By: Cory Holland

Photo By: Cory Holland

Photo By: Harmony Weihs

Photo By: Cory Holland

Industrial Dining Room With Exposed Steel Beams

To boost the dining room's functionality and warmth, designer Harmony Weihs divided the space into zones.

Slab Dining Table in Industrial Dining Room

A custom slab table seats up to eight guests in the dining room.

Before: Dining Room With Industrial Bones

This custom-built home was unique but lacked interest and soul.

Industrial Chic Dining Room

Suspended from exposed steel beams, a heavy-duty chandelier works the room.

Vintage Library Card Cabinet

Custom wine racks flank a vintage library card cabinet that doubles as a buffet. A stone backsplash and sconces add additional texture and personality to the space.

Stone & Stripes

The upholstered dining chairs help to soften the major industrial elements in the space: stone and steel.

Red Wainscoting Adds Splash of Color

New wainscoting adds a contemporary pop of color to the cozy lounge, the ideal spot for cocktails before or after dinner.

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