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Dining

Gather for the food. Stay for the stories.

Getting them to the table is easy. So our dining furniture is designed to help with the hard part – keeping them there. Because when the chairs are comfy and the table is just the right size, everyone will be happy to stay for a while (even if there's no dessert).

DINING FURNITURE INSPIRATION
Find a dining space in your taste
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A dining room with an oak drop-leaf table that seats six people, two brown-black chairs and a rattan chair. Shown together with a black-brown glass-door cabinet.
A dining room with an oval white dining table and yellow chairs. Shown together with a white shelving unit with space for glasses, plates and bowls.
A dining room with a black dining table and chairs. Combined with a beige trolley and a dark grey glass-door cabinet.
A light dining room with a black dining table and white leather chairs with chrome-plated legs. Combined with brown cabinets and glass-door cabinets. 
A light dining room with an oval-shaped dining table with white table top and birch legs. And white chairs with grey chair pads.
Stools that stay around
A close-up of a blue bar stool in powder coated steel.See more bar chairs
Let the rustic design of RÅSKOG stool and bar stool find a place in different parts of your home. Built with strong and sturdy construction that stands the test of time.
RÅSKOG Bar stool $499
DINING ROOM IDEAS
12 fresh ideas on dining
Small IKEA table with two chairs, laid for breakfast, in the corner of a kitchen.IKEA goes small: why multifunctionality matters when downsizing Make use of a trolley to create a kitchen in miniature. You can stock the trolley with cutlery, crockery, cooking utensils, pots, pans and there’s even space for food and a wash-up box. Attach rails to the wall for even more storage. A living room layout doesn’t have to focus on the TV. This illustration highlights, using green, how you can have a face-to-face seating area as the rooms focal point instead. A long table decorated with wild flowers, fresh lemons and crisp white linens is a simple way to create a naturally summery party.