From Neil Patrick Harris’ sophisticated Harlem townhouse to the massive Palm Beach estate John Lennon and Yoko Ono bought sight unseen, we’ve put together a curated gallery of celebrity dining rooms showcasing interior design ideas. Whether you are looking for some design inspiration for your own dining room, or merely curious about a specific celebrity aesthetic, we’re sure you will find something unique to pique your interest from the list below.
1. Lowered Ceiling Defines Space in Miami Beach
Bright dining room in a Miami Beach home, formerly owned by Colombian musician Shakira, features white-on-white décor with a large area rug over light hardwood flooring — the massive table seats 10 with a console and art on one wall. Recessed lighting and table lamps illuminate the room, with a lowered ceiling to define a more intimate space within a larger area.
2. Georgian-Style Mansion Maintains Classical Elegance
A classically formal luxury dining room in a Washington, D.C., Georgian-style home, where Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis spent her teen years, features an elaborate chandelier suspended from an ornate ceiling over an elliptical dark wooden dining table with seating for six in cushioned chairs. The space also includes a large area rug, a wood-burning fireplace, and two sets of French doors.
3. Hollywood Hills Home Turns 50 Shades of Grey
This luxurious dining room in a mid-century modern classic Hollywood Hills home, once owned by 50 Shades of Grey actor Jamie Dornan, features a glass-top rectangular table with seating for eight and a pendant cluster light fixture. The space, decorated in neutral whites, grays, and browns, includes one glass wall that opens up to a backyard pool area.
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4. Seating for 12 in Old Hollywood Mansion
Large dining room, in a Beverly Hills estate once owned by Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston, features a table with seating for 12 over an area rug covering hardwood flooring. The space also includes a wood-burning fireplace, a contemporary pendant light fixture, and windows overlooking the backyard pool area. The home, considered one of L.A.’s earliest movie star mansions, was initially built in 1934 for actor Frederic March.
5. Dining Room Goes Rococo with Chic Faux Fur Chairs
A spacious dining room, in a Tarzana, CA home once owned by actor Kaley Cuoco, features a long, glass-top table paired with plush, faux-fur seats, lit by a rococo pendant ceiling light. The room, surrounded by brown walls and marble tile flooring, reflects the Big Bang Theory star’s love of animals and includes a painting of a tiger prominently displayed over a marble and wood console table.
6. Penthouse Features Bird’s-Eye View of New York City Skyline
The dining area, in a Manhattan penthouse once owned by actor Jennifer Lawrence, features a formal dining table and eight chairs set on top of an area rug covering hardwood flooring. A chandelier is suspended from the 12-foot tray ceiling, stripped to plywood for repairs. A console is off to one side, while a living room space is adjacent, with large glass windows providing a bird’s-eye view of the New York City skyline.
7. Crystal Chandeliers Hang from 20-Foot Baroque Tray Ceiling
Dining room in an Atlanta, GA home, formerly owned by musician Kenny Rogers, features an ornate table with seating for 12, including two settings at each end. Two crystal chandeliers hang over the table, suspended from a baroque 20-foot tray ceiling. The space also features glass cabinets in an arched alcove, marble flooring, and French doors leading out to a back patio.
8. Natural Light Streams into Manhattan Penthouse
Spacious modern dining room in a Manhattan penthouse apartment, formerly owned by CNN exec Jeff Zucker, features seating for eight around a modern dining table with a fireplace on the side. The well-lit space is illuminated by a number of options, including an elaborate contemporary pendant light fixture, wall-mounted lamps, recessed lighting, and natural light streaming in through large windows. Dark hardwood flooring is used throughout the room and continues into the hallway.
9. ‘White Christmas’ Home Features White-on-White Décor
In this East End duplex penthouse in New York City, composer Irving Berlin wrote “White Christmas,” as well as many other songs. The dining room in the historic home, built in 1929, features a glass-top table with seating for six under a chandelier suspended from a tray ceiling. The white-on-white space also includes herringbone-style hardwood flooring, a console, bookshelves, and French doors leading to an outdoor area.
10. French Country Charm Pervades Rural East Coast Home
On July 1, 1956, Marilyn Monroe wed playwright Arthur Miller at this Lake Waccabuc, NY home, just north of the Big Apple. The dining room features a rectangular dark wooden dining table with seating for six, set over a large area rug and hardwood flooring. A candlestick chandelier is suspended from the ceiling. The space includes light green walls and French doors leading to a backyard.
11. Soho Loft Effortlessly Evokes a New York State of Mind
This dining room, in a Soho loft formerly owned by actor Meg Ryan, features a long plank-top table with seating for eight under two industrial dome pendant light fixtures and exposed pipes. The space also includes dark hardwood flooring and extensive white cabinetry throughout. Converted from the entire floor of a warehouse, the home effortlessly evokes a New York state of sophistication with 12-foot ceilings and floor-to-ceiling French doors and windows.
12. Tudor Revival Makes a Statement on Russian Hill
The dining room, in a San Francisco Tudor Revival home once owned by actor Nicolas Cage, features a rectangular wooden dining table with seating for 10. A large area rug almost covers the entire hardwood floor of the enclosed room, which also has a pendant light fixture over the table as well as wall-mounted lamps and several windows.
13. Corinthian Columns Lead into Formal Bel Air Dining Room
Formal contemporary dining room, in a Bel Air home once owned by jazz singer Peggy Lee, features a dark wood table with seating for eight, surrounded by black walls and blue window curtains. The classically elegant space also includes ornate Corinthian columns at an arched entrance, a massive chandelier suspended from a tray ceiling, and large area rug over herringbone-patterned hardwood flooring.
14. Hollywood Hills’ Party Hub Hosted Many Starry Nights
A dining room, in a Hollywood Hills home where actor James Dean lived, features a large rectangular dining table with seating for eight set on top of an area rug covering dark hardwood flooring. The space is adjacent to a kitchen and gets lots of natural light from walls of windows. A pendant light fixture is also suspended over the dining room table, with recessed lights in the vaulted ceiling. Owned by Warner Bros. exec Hal B. Wallis the home was considered a party hub in the 1950s — Dean reportedly met the casting director for “Rebel Without a Cause” at one such gathering.
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15. Everything Oversized in Cotswolds’ Country Manor
Massive dining room, in David and Victoria Beckham’s Abbotswood Estate in the Cotswolds, features a table and chairs set on an area rug with hardwood flooring. The space also has a wood-burning fireplace and a crystal chandelier over the dining table. The Beckhams have done extensive renovations on the property, as reported in this tour in December 2022.
16. Soho Penthouse Features Expansive Views of City Skyline
The dining room furniture in a Soho penthouse, formerly owned by musician Jon Bon Jovi, features a glass table surrounded by cushioned beige chairs that match the color of the ceiling. The space also has hardwood flooring and views of the New York City skyline.
17. Glass Enclosure Bathes in Natural Sunlight
Glass-enclosed informal dining area, in Montecito, CA home owned by actor Don Johnson, bathes in natural sunlight. The space is part of the main 11,000-square-foot house and connects with a pool area on one side and a backyard lawn on the other.
18. French Doors Lead Out to Pool Area in Palm Beach
Formal dining room in a Palm Beach mansion formerly owned by John Lennon and Yoko Ono features a couple of large crystal chandeliers hanging over a long wooden table with seating for 10. The room also has a wood-burning fireplace, hardwood flooring, and tall arched French doors leading out to a pool area. Lennon bought the oceanfront property in 1980 for $725,000, the same year he was shot and killed. The couple intended the location to be their annual winter home but were only able to spend a few months there before Lennon’s untimely death.
19. Abstract Painting Provides Splash of Color in Fifth Avenue Penthouse
Dining room, in a New York City Fifth Avenue penthouse once owned by Mauricio Gucci, features a glass-top table surrounded by glass and steel chairs. The bright space includes splashes of color from contemporary abstract wall art and a yellow console table, while floor-to-ceiling glass windows provide views of the Empire State Building.
20. Dining Room Table Surrounded by Set of Wingback Chairs
Formal dining room, in a Hollywood Hills home once owned by actor Helen Mirren and her husband, filmmaker Taylor Hackford, features a large glass-top table surrounded by wingback beige cushioned chairs. The space also has a patterned area rug over hardwood flooring with French doors leading to a backyard pool.
21. Modern Chandelier Anchors Dining Room Space
The formal dining room, in an Encino, CA home once owned by Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner, features a dinner-for-eight dark, rectangular table with a massive area rug over hardwood flooring. A modern chandelier is suspended over the eating area, and three large contemporary abstract paintings hang on one wall. The room also has recessed lighting and large windows for natural lighting.
22. Long Island Mansion Contrasts Light and Dark Colors
Formal dining room in a Long Island mansion, once owned by Bee Gee Robin Gibb, features a long rectangular table with seating for 12 set on an area rug with dark hardwood flooring. The dining space, with its contrasting light and dark colors, includes large windows, a wood-burning fireplace, and two crystal chandeliers hanging over the table.
23. Bay Area Space Finds Room for 14 at the Table
Formal luxury dining room, in a Bay Area home once owned by Sharon Stone, features views of both the Pacific Ocean and the Golden Gate Bridge. The space has a table with seating for 14 set on an area rug over hardwood flooring, Two at each end of the table might be pushing it, but the space is exquisitely laid out.
24. Harlem Townhouse A Sophisticated Vision
The dining area, in a Harlem brownstone once owned by Neil Patrick Harris, features a mid-century modern table with seating for eight. The space includes a console, an area rug, and a pendant lighting fixture. Adjacent to the living room, the area also receives plenty of natural light from large windows.