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Extra-Long Dining Area

A rugged dining room showcases its natural materials.

The 14-foot harvest table, made from planks from the original tamarack floors, seats the owners' 12 grandchildren. A classic blue Quebecois chandelier was painted black to coordinate with the distressed dining chairs and the door's cast iron hardware. Still, minimalist restraint keeps the look on-trend.

For more contemporary country spaces, visit our Photo Gallery: Farmhouse Style.

  • Photographer: André Rider
  • Source: House & Home October 2009 issue
  • Products: Bowls, Les Touilleurs; tray with handles, Beige; trays, Verte Campagne; basket, L'Atelier du Presbytère.

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