19 dining spaces you would be proud to have in your home: Antique tables and chairs create a private dining space in an otherwise awkward corner of the Orchard Keepers house in Red Hill, Victoria. This home is available to rent.

19 dining spaces you would be proud to have in your home: Antique tables and chairs create a private dining space in an otherwise awkward corner of the Orchard Keepers house in Red Hill, Victoria. This home is available to rent.

19 dining spaces you would be proud to have in your home: Spare simplicity in the dining room reflects this home's owners desire for "restrained design." The Takahashi Asako dining chairs are from Mark Tuckey and the hand-blown glass Fontana Arte 'Bollo' lights are from Gineico.   Photo: Prue Ruscoe

19 dining spaces you would be proud to have in your home: Spare simplicity in the dining room reflects this home's owners desire for "restrained design." The Takahashi Asako dining chairs are from Mark Tuckey and the hand-blown glass Fontana Arte 'Bollo' lights are from Gineico. Photo: Prue Ruscoe

Four Seasons Hotel Firenze in Firenze, Toscana

Four Seasons Hotel Firenze in Firenze, Toscana

19 dining spaces you would be proud to have in your home: A dining space in a Melbourne home-for-one by Sisalla Design. Keep the table and chairs against the wall for informal mid-week dining or working then drag it out into the centre of the room when entertaining friends.

19 dining spaces you would be proud to have in your home: A dining space in a Melbourne home-for-one by Sisalla Design. Keep the table and chairs against the wall for informal mid-week dining or working then drag it out into the centre of the room when entertaining friends.

19 dining spaces you would be proud to have in your home: This light-filled dining space in the home of Melbourne philanthropists Sid and Fiona Myer, features low stools, perfect for accommodating large numbers (such as for a Dom Perignon soirée) without overwhelming the space.

19 dining spaces you would be proud to have in your home: This light-filled dining space in the home of Melbourne philanthropists Sid and Fiona Myer, features low stools, perfect for accommodating large numbers (such as for a Dom Perignon soirée) without overwhelming the space.

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