10 Celebrity Dining Rooms You'll Love
We don’t expect to be invited to dinner with Solange Knowles, Nina Garcia, or Kate Spade anytime soon, but hey, it can’t hurt to dream. The first step toward that fantasy date is taking a gander at the stars’ enviable dining rooms. From Whitney Port’s California-cool Venice dining area to Brooke Shields’ wallpapered New York entertaining space, these chic rooms are bound to inspire you.
A marble-topped LaVerne table designed by famed modernist architect Craig Ellwood is the focal point of stylist Brad Goreski’s Los Angeles dining room, but we must say we love those leather sling chairs, too.
Zuber’s Les Lointains botanical mural wallpaper is a captivating backdrop for a vintage Ralph Lauren Home marble-top pedestal table in actress Brooke Shields’ New York townhouse.
Hart of Dixie star Jaime King had all of the shapely furniture in the glass-enclosed dining area in her Beverly Hills home custom-made. “The pieces feel very Zen to me,” she tells InStyle. A Pop Art portrait of the actress hangs on one wall.
Traditional furniture and a crystal chandelier face off against eye-catching contemporary art in the New York apartment of fashion designer Kate Spade and branding exec Andy Spade.
The dining room in Grey’s Anatomy star Kate Walsh’s former four-bedroom Mediterranean home, which was featured in O at Home in 2007, has a rustic modern sensibility with a live-edge dining table, a capiz-shell pendant, and velvet dining chairs.
The dining room in fashion editor and Project Runway judge Nina Garcia’s Upper East Side apartment is, unsurprisingly, as chic as she is. It’s hard to decide whether the abstract James Nares painting or the graphic rug steal our attention more—both are to die for.
Iconic interior designer and potter Jonathan Adler and his partner Simon Doonan’s New York dining room is fun and fabulous, filled with cheeky accents and statement furniture.
Solange Knowles’ Brooklyn pad reflects her taste in fashion: cool, casual, and totally unique. We love her rustic wood dining table and her spirited dancing photograph!
The muraled dining room in fashion designer Stefano Pilati’s Paris duplex, painted by Mathias Kiss and Olivier Piel of Atelier Attilalou, is an absolute dream. Our meals would never end if we called this place home.