A rustic round wood table surrounded by white Eames dining chairs creates an interesting mix in this transitional eat-in kitchen. A cluster of small globe pendant lights illuminates the dining area and complements the neutral walls.
A built-in banquette is flanked by tall glass cabinets for storing dishes and glassware, while a trio of chairs provides more seating on the other side of the table. A large contemporary art piece brings in a splash of color and rounds out the space.
China cabinet painted in custom mix of Annie Sloan Graphite and French Linen and a mix of Old White and French Linen on the inside. Painted by Kayla Payne http://www.paintedbykaylapayne.com/2016/04/04/china-cabinet-in-annie-sloan-chalk-paint/
I usually hate built in dining room sets but this is beautiful! It doesn't look cheesy at all. You could easily pin up the lights and remove the table and bench to use it as an additional seating area for parties and family gatherings.