The dining area in this boldly renovated farmhouse is surrounded by swathes of glass. Since the walls of the structure are angled, the windows were pivoted and installed at unusual angles.
This gabled cabin in the Netherlands has a glass wall that pulls light into the custom oak interior. Philippe Starck master chairs surround the dining table.
In the dining area of this Portland residence, a garage door opens up to the adjacent courtyard, thereby doubling the size of the space while allowing light to enter.
This spacious New York City apartment has a wall of large windows that match the height of the counter-height dining table.
A renovation of a Victorian house in London introduced a glass addition around the dining area.