Our latest lookbook features eight elegant dining rooms where dark wood furniture such as tables, chairs and shelves take center stage.
The dining room furniture in this lookbook impresses with its dark tones, often reminiscent of vintage interiors.
Whether teak, walnut or mahogany, the natural material’s rich colors and textures add a sense of luxury to a dining space and contrast with the light woods popular in minimalist and Scandinavian-style interiors.
This is the latest in our series of lookbooks inspired by visuals from the Dezeen archives. For more inspiration, check out the previous lookbook, which features stylish hallways, green bathrooms and Zellig tile interiors.


New York-based Kevin O’Sullivan + Associates used dark wood to contrast with lighter stone and concrete surfaces to create a calm material palette in this Sag Harbor 2 home in the Hamptons.
The restaurant features a sculptural dark wood dining table surrounded by mid-century teak dining chairs by British designer Victor Wilkins.
This London home, designed by local Children’s Studio, is also furnished with mid-century modern furniture, including dining chairs by French architect Charlotte Perriand.
Child Studio designed a round wooden table and built-in cabinets clad in mahogany and marble that complement the chairs and unify the dining area.
The interior of this Mexico City home features deep, moody tones, which local interiors studio Chloé Mason Gray renovated to adapt to the lack of natural light.
The restaurant features dark furnishings, including a quartzite table surrounded by wooden T-back chairs.
Spanish architect Juan Gurrea Rumeu chose warm, textured materials for the interior of Casa Bolivar in Barcelona, ​​adding wooden elements to the concrete structure.
In the open kitchen and dining room, vintage dark wood dining chairs are paired with dark wood stools built along the wall.
A large wooden table is the centerpiece of this dining room and office, complemented by U-shaped dark wood shelves that line the wall.