Minimal Design Needs Contrast

Minimal Design Needs Contrast

When designing a minimal dining room you still need high contrast items to make a room pop! The easiest way to add high contrast is to paint the walls a darker color and have all of the furniture and artwork light. In this dining room, the walls are dark grey, and the artwork and dining chairs are white and lighter shades of grey. Even the wood table and buffet are in a light wood so they pop off the grey walls.

Furniture and decor in this room

Ashby Home

Silver Ribbons Wall Art

Ashby Home

Ethan Table Lamp Silver

Ashby Home

Grey Monument Art

Noir

Ikram Chandelier, Antique Brass

Hyde Park

Valera Dining Chair (Set of 2) Brushed Stainless Steel

Sage & Silk

Faux Fiddle Leaf Fig Plant White

Kerala Design

Petria 4 Door Media Cabinet Natural honey brown and black

Uttermost

Indian Lotus Metallic Flowers S/2 Silver

Sage & Silk

Silver Dollar Eucalyptus In Glass Bottles In Wooden Crate

Loloi

Gemma Rug Neutral 9'-6" x 12'-6"

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Monarch 108" Natural Solid Walnut Dining Table

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Natural Linen Sheer 52x108 Curtain Panel

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Harlequin Large Dog Bowl

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Large Pet Bowl Stand

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