Out of the 4 gorgeous formal dining rooms pictured above, which one do YOU prefer?
#1 is stupid.
#2 is ok.
#3 is cold as ice.
I would have to go with Number Four, Number Two would have to take second place.
2 is the best IMO. I don’t think you can call the stairway a dining room, can you?
Number 4 by a longshot. Number 2 is OK but doesn’t feel special. The other two are just bad.
#2 followed by#4
#2 is undoubtedly brilliant, but #4 wins with those views.
Definitely #2 followed closely by #4.
#2, although I’d take #4 with a different chandelier.
BTW Kenny…I love your sense of humor by adding #1 to the mix.
Love the comment and I agree!
Thank you! 🙂
#4 followed by #2! #1 cannot be considered a dining room! can it?
No, and I really don’t know WHAT you’d call it. Personally, I don’t try fathom the thoughts or the idiosyncrasies of the uber-rich. I merely shake my head, smile to myself, and move on to the next photo. KCCO.
in my preference order-
#4- love the round shape, the ceiling, the branch chandelier and overall elegance of the room .
#2-very elegant- too traditional, but not outdated. very classy.
#1- interesting design. I like the staircase and wine storage below, but I just can’t get the showy staircase in a dining room-especially if it’s an open concept design.
#3- hate most of it. cold, bad modernism, bad scale, horrible furnishings. obsessed and in LOVE with the Hudson “Mother” chandelier. “Can I have it once you bulldoze the condo?”
#4 is a beautifully intimate dining room. As a guest, I’d enjoy the meal and the company.
#2. You’d get a good meal but I’d be very uncomfortable eating it there.
#4. First, yes, you can’t beat those views. Second, it’s in it’s own nook, which I think is great. Last, for what “formal” is, I prefer “relaxed”, and I think that #4 looks the most “relaxed”.
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