Fall is just around the corner, and that means the holidays are too. We know things might be looking a little different this year (2020 anyone?), but we still think that doing little things like setting up your dining table with festive fall decor can make this time feel more special.
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!
Dining rooms are a great space for bold designs with dark walls. Going dark in your wall color brings the walls into the room and elevates your design from plain to polished. These dark navy walls make every element in the dining room pop, from the moldings and windows to the beautiful mid-century mod furniture, while also creating a rich intimate space.
A monochromatic color scheme doesn't have to be boring. It's actually a great way to style a room when you want to be able to switch things up as the seasons change, because you can always add pops of color through art and accessories. Remember to vary the shades of the color and add textures to keep things interesting. This is a look you'll definitely "fall" for!
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.
Use muted prints and add dimension with wood elements. Dark woods are a sure way to bring a traditional look to your space. Mix detailed furniture with the simple to bring emphasis to the detailed pieces.
This style is for that one person that loves the outdoors. This design is the perfect combination of greens, tans, and browns. Get the best of outdoor dining without the outdoor part in this beautiful earthy dining space.
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!
Nothing says “family” like gathering around a table to share a meal. This cozy, yet spacious room has the added benefit of a fireplace! Imagine listening to everyone recount the events of the day as the fire fades to embers, and waiting to see if someone mentions the “S” word-- S’mores!
If you love traditional design, you probably love its sense of order, symmetry, and balance. The coordinating art pieces on either side of the windows create a strong symmetrical statement. With the demilune tables and the large dining table centered perfectly between, this space evokes a truly traditional style and layout.
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