Dining Rooms are a place to gather, to entertain, to connect over good food and conversation! We think that no matter what style and size your dining room is, it should be a place that welcomes you in, time and time again.
Be the envy of dinner parties with this Jewel Tone Mid-Century Modern Dining Room! With plenty of seating, your guests will love to sit in the soft velvet dining chairs. The jewel tone area rug pops with the white dining table and the bold brass chandelier is sure to be the conversation piece!
Mid-Century Modern design doesn't have to be done in all neutrals. Try incorporating color into key pieces like these blue dining chairs in this space. To create a big impact paint an accent wall in a fun bold color!
Have fun styling your dining room sideboard with neutrals! Try Incorporating items such as a gold table lamp, various plants, and a textured decorative bowl. To create even more interest, hang a unique shaped mirror above the sideboard to reflect the amazing chandelier hanging above your dining table!
Let the light reflect the natural textures in these dining chairs that are kid-friendly and add a unique style. This dining room combines style with unique finds like the Leather floor mirror that adds texture and brings in more lighting. A touch of blue décor on the table reflects the wall color and makes an inviting blue landscape for the dining room.
A pure white accent chair brings elegance to the corner of the space. This is paired with a unique floor lamp that brings your eye upwards. We chose to add some floral pieces of artwork to bring more natural elements to the dining space.
This neutral-toned Mid-Century Dining Room is anything but boring. The Iron Chandelier above the modern white dining table complements the metal on the tan leather chairs. While the traditional patterned area rug provides warmth and elegance to the space.
This credenza features black accessories that pair well with the metal details of the credenza. The pairing of black accessories creates the perfect contrast of the light-toned wood. The beautiful art above also stands out creating a cohesive design.
Earth tones are not dull - they are full of rich colors such as rust, putty, chocolate, ebony, and burnt orange. Hugely popular in the seventies these colors are new again with different tones. Here the walls set the stage for popping these hues in the furnishings and art.
The bright multicolor rug tie this dining room together and give a canvas of which colors to pull. The artwork and rug with both blues and pinks make this high contrast color palette easy to absorb. Solid pink or blue accents allow each color to shine on their own while pieces that combine both bring cohesion to the entire room.
Storage plays a critical role in keeping any dining room tidy and clutter-free, keeping your serve-ware and dinnerware close but out of sight. This teak wood sideboard is a perfect balance of functionality and style, with its black top complementing the industrial style and the wood pattern adding glamour. Metal in accessories and the floor lamp ties everything together to create this cohesive industrial space.