For many families having a designated school work area has become a necessary part of domestic life. If you don't have space in your kid's bedroom for a desk, you may need them to use the dining table for their school work. A great way to embrace the home classroom in style is to consider incorporating an academic theme into your dinging design. Here we've added vintage-inspired alphabet wall art, a globe, and an organizational chubby to integrate the classroom tastefully into the dining room.
Using plants as a distinct way to style a room can make it unique and beautiful. Layering different plants of various heights can add to the rich texture they create. Whether faux or real, plants bring the vibrancy of the outdoors in, especially in this eat-in space.
Take advantage of a lovely view and control sunlight with UV treated drapery. When the sun is low and it’s not the hottest part of the day, take advantage of the view by drawing open the window treatments. When the sun is beating down, or after sunset when you desire privacy, draw the curtains and cocoon yourself inside.
This credenza has simple straight lines in keeping with its mid-century styling, but the credenza adds extra color in an unexpected way. While it may not be able to located exactly in the kitchen space, if there is a nook off to the side, it can still be used for extra kitchen storage.
Give your day the start it deserves. Enjoy the view outside as you sip your coffee and plan the day ahead. The beautiful dining table and tan leather chairs give this space graceful modern aesthetics, while earth tones in wall art and plants help bring nature indoors.
Mid-century style is so classic yet so trendy right now! Bring some inspiration into your dining room or eat-in kitchen with warm wood tones and a fun pendant light over the table. Artwork and accessories like this atomic clock are also a great way to show off your love for modern pieces.
This mid-century modern dining room features a classic yet trendy dining set. The eat-in kitchen is complete with a stunning solid wood dining table with geometric edges and deep emerald dining chairs. An atomic-inspired chandelier blends with the deep-hued wall to finish the look.
This dining room is so inviting, your family will love spending time here! The mid-century chairs are classic and cozy – they’re as nice to look at as they are to sit in. A neutral rug keeps the space feeling warm without distracting from the gorgeous wood table.
Love mid-century design but also a more glamorous vibe? Jewel tones will add that vibe with minimal effort. Try painting an accent wall and choosing dining chairs made of a more luxurious material such as velvet.
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