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!
The best part about an open floor plan dining area is that it often feels much larger than a dining room. It feels airier because there's a seamless flow into the living area. Given there's so much going on in one room, remember to pick dining room furniture that doesn't simply recede into the background. An expandable wood table, metal dining chairs, an eye-catching industrial chandelier are all good places to start. The finishing touch? A massive round mirror is always a yes with this look!
This coastal dining room gets a unique update with a black and white color palette. The whitewashed wood table, blue coral artwork, and natural light fixtures are classically coastal, while the darker dining room chairs and black and white accents give off a slightly eclectic vibe.
Come unwind in this Mid-Century Modern Dining Room! The calm pastel tones complement the modern gold chandelier and the fun light wood-toned sideboard. The fun woven multi-colored area rug ties that whole dining room together!
Notice the use of complementary colors to create an exciting, eclectic vibe to this rustic dining room. This space looks lived in and full of personality! Wood and metal elements are the backbone of the room allowing for colorful embellishments while maintaining its rustic theme.
Balance the color in your rustic space with one of a kind pieces. From the antiqued mirror to the raffia basket wall small details are what adds a personal touch. Classic french bistro chairs are lightweight, practical and easy on the eyes.
When designing an office in a pastel color palette you need to find complementary pastels. In this office, pink and teal are used as complimentary pastels. Using a rug to tie the two colors together is a perfect finish to this office.
Country interiors don't have to be what everyone expects. This country dining room features gorgeous dark wood pieces and classic spindle chairs – a sophisticated spin on rural living! The fringe drum chandelier with leather tassels adds a touch of artistic whimsy while still staying true to the country roots, and the gorgeously accessorized buffet finishes off the composition perfectly!
To create a quintessentially coastal dining room like this, it’s all about the texture! Warm, woven fibers in the dining chairs and woven pendant light are prime examples of this relaxed style. Hints of calming blue hues work to enhance the comforting quality.
The intricately crafted natural rug crafts a dignified rustic ambiance charmingly laced with fashion-forward neutral overtones. The decorative grass in a round basket is maintenance-free and brings nature to the center of the dining table. A reproduction of an enamel pendant that's been a fixture in barns across the country for the last century deserves to finally be showcased indoors.
The metal pendant above the dining table is notable for its unique organic design pairing blackened steel with polished brass detailing. Long and slim asymmetrical arms create a fluid movement and refinement of form by extending to elegant adjustable, rounded cylindrical shades. The open-concept in between the kitchen and dining emphasizes the industrial atmosphere.
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