Contemporary Dining Room Design Ideas

80's Revival: A New Design Trend

80's Revival: A New Design Trend

 In the 1980s the trends shifted from earthy naturals to luxurious, modern materials and highly sculptural forms. We see the use of brass and lacquer, sculptural forms, glass and stone with high shine finishes and sparkling new materials.

Every Corner Considered: Contemporary Dining Room

Every Corner Considered: Contemporary Dining Room

A fireplace is a key component in this dining room design. Even in a sparse space, every area should be considered. Try adding a piece of art above the fireplace for a sophisticated look. Paired with branches and minimal accessories, it can be an excellent way to draw the eye.

A Moody Tablescape for a Magnificent Meal

A Moody Tablescape for a Magnificent Meal

Not all tablescapes have to be traditional and light. Here rich and moody hues add a bit of drama to a fall tablescape, making it feel fresh and giving you something to discuss at dinner.

Rustic Woods and Bold Blues

Rustic Woods and Bold Blues

This gorgeous buffet is a statement piece on it’s own, but we dressed it up using one of our favorite colors, brilliant blue! Layering artwork on top of a buffet helps to establish a focal point in the room, while greenery and vases round out the edges of the design.

Modern Dining Group Work Setup

Modern Dining Group Work Setup

They say that the family that plays together stays together. With many families preparing for another year of homeschooling due to COVID-19 we'd suggest that the family work well together stay together. We put together this home works space with a dining table as a desk, so everyone in the family can work in tandem.

Geometrical Shapes Abound in Bold Minimalist-Maximalist Dining Room

Geometrical Shapes Abound in Bold Minimalist-Maximalist Dining Room

This dining room serves as an excellent reminder of how simple geometric shapes can enhance a space. By selecting items that accentuated the geometrical shapes in the architecture, such as the dining table's arched curve, our designer changed elevated the beauty of the room.

Geometric Influences Abound in Bold Minimalist-Maximalist Dining Room

Geometric Influences Abound in Bold Minimalist-Maximalist Dining Room

This dining room serves as an excellent reminder of how simple geometric shapes can enhance a space. By selecting items that accentuated the geometrical shapes in the architecture, such as the dining table's arched curve, our designer changed elevated the beauty of the room.

Geometric Shapes Abound in Bold Minimalist-Maximalist Dining Room

Geometric Shapes Abound in Bold Minimalist-Maximalist Dining Room

This dining room serves as an excellent reminder of how simple geometric shapes can enhance a space. Every item in this space has a simple form with minimal ornamentation. Still, because each piece is so distinct from the diamond-patterned pink rug to the striking lines and spheres that make up the chandelier, the space feels super dynamic, giving the eyes lots of places.

California Casual Dining Room

California Casual Dining Room

This California casual dining space is anchored in comfort that combines a wide range of furnishings to emphasize ease. A large table in light wood keeps the space from feeling cramped, while cane dining chairs make for casual and stylish companions.

Contemporary Dining in Alluring Black and White

Contemporary Dining in Alluring Black and White

This dining space is welcoming and striking thanks to the mix of neutral woven materials and bold black and white patterns. Additionally, the pops of black in this design play up the architecture of the wrought iron windows and call attention to the scenic view.

Blue Elegance

Blue Elegance

Blue velvet chairs add luxury and style in your dining room. Create a room that will make your guests sit in comfort for hours enjoying good food and conversation. The bold blue walls add an edge for a unique and unapologetic dining experience.

Contemporary Dining for Four

Contemporary Dining for Four

Adding a rug goes a long way toward making a space feel more polished. We've kept this one simple and neutral. With its leaf design, it ties the rest of the green pieces in the room together, making it feel like you're bringing the outside in.

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