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Top 5 Dining Collections of 2015

mochiSome of my most cherished childhood memories are centered around food and the holidays. We would gather in the kitchen and watch my mom roll out her famous Christmas tree cookies with candied sprinkles. A few days before New Year’s Eve, we would roll individual mochi balls for delicious ozoni (Japanese New Year mochi soup) for the whole extended family.

Since the family gathers in the dining room, the dining collection plays an important role. Here’s a look at the 2015 top 5 dining collections at HomeWorld.

Urban Craftsmen

340-096 96" Dining Table(1 leaf 72-96) / 895 Buffet(3 shelves) / 896 Hutch(6 shelves) / 900 Wood Back Side Chairs(4) / 905 Wood Back Arm Chairs(2)

Solid mango wood with rich golden stain make this a popular choice for family dining. Shaker inspired design has tapered legs for a classic look. The Urban Craftsmen also has a counter-height dining alternative as well as an entire bedroom option.



Another solid wood choice, the Genus is constructed with solid Sheesham wood that is beautiful and rustic. Casual collection includes a wood dining bench that offers unique seating.


3Carturra Dining

Also in solid mango wood, the Carturra in a soft, rich chocolate finish showcases a casual look for everyday dining. Unique square back cut-out in the chairs is equally distinctive and contemporary.



The Milan, just like the famous city, is full of drama and sophistication. Walnut veneers and distinctive Zebrano borders are accented into the design for a statement-making showstopper.


5Pisa_Dining Table

High gloss sheen and decorative mix of walnut canaletto and zebrano veneers make this Pisa formal dining especially grand. Two leaves give you the option of extending the table for guests.

Thanks to HomeWorld Home Furniture Consultant Roger Gabriel  for his assistance with this post.

What do you think of these top dining collections? Which one is your favorite?




About Terri Dux

When not watching her favorite TV channel, HGTV, Terri likes crafting, gardening, and thrifting at neighborhood garage sales.

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