Truly Multi-functional Dining Rooms by Mark D.Sikes – Your dining room is a truly multi-functional space, it’s where we eat, entertain and sometimes even work. When designing your dining room, think carefully about how you use the space and what you really want to achieve with the area. Whatever your style, room size or budget, we have the dining room design for you.
Mark D.Sikes gazing approvingly at the dining room, which, as part of the latest update to his longtime home, he’s swathed, drapery to tablecloth, in blue-and-white gingham by Brunschwig & Fils. “Look at Renzo Mongiardino, Mark Hampton, Albert Hadley. There were always checks. It’s a proven formula.”
While many of his rooms are nothing short of stunning, he is talented at using simple elements—striped rugs, natural fibers, time-worn antiques with weathered patinas—to great effect. Mark’s signature catchphrase, “make it beautiful,” could not be a more apt mantra for devotees seeking to emulate his timeless sense of style.
Upgrade your dining room decoration with PullCast Jewelry hardware pieces. Take your ambiance to another level with the Skyline door handle. Skylines are the city’s profile, an iconic symbol, and just like our door pull, create a silhouette when set in context.
The oval marble dining table AGRA and the orange dining chairs IBIS are part of a modern mid-century dining room decor.
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Koi carp is a recurring symbol of Japanese culture. Its natural colour mutations reveal their capacity to adapt, just like KOI II Dining Table. Featuring a base in aged brass and a top in acrylic, this rectangular dining table will add refined elegance to any dining room design.
Agra is the modest setting of one of the most famous monuments in the world, Taj Mahal, also known as the marble mausoleum. Just like it, AGRA Dining Table is an impressive display of craftsmanship and elegance. Made of Estremoz marble with polished gold details, this round dining table will add refined grace.
Truly Multi-functional Dining Rooms by Mark D.Sikes