Designs so mouth-watering that it doesn’t matter what’s on the menu.
At the invitation-only L’Hôtel du Marc (located in the Champagne capital of Reims, France), interior designer Bruno Moinard crafted a dark, moody dining space by combining a Matthieu Lustrie chandelier with the room’s original, 1840 wall sconces.
An unexpected ingredient — oversize red gingham upholstery — adds a rustic, homespun note to this grandly proportioned, boiserie-covered dining room.
In the West Village, New York townhouse of Ali Cayne — proprietor of cafe-cum-culinary school Haven’s Kitchen — used a palette of creamy neutrals to construct a gallery wall in her home’s dining room.
Interior designer Pietro Russo preserved the architectural embellishments of this 19th-century, Art Nouveau Milan apartment, but introduced furnishings — like this dining table of his own design — to introduce a more contemporary sensibility