What if you want more seating positions in your industrial dining room? Positioning two tables to allow to seat more people is a creative way to achieve this requirement. Eight positions for a big celebration. Blue accent walls and a decorative rug are perfect to enjoy every meeting.
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!
Combine different lines for an expressive look. For more structure, the carpet and sideboard designs are geometric. For fluidity, an abstract painting is full of motion. Putting both of these components together in a room creates an interesting contrast.
Two solid acacia wood dining tables are perfect to feel the warming sensation given by this material. The dining chairs' leather combination along with metal frames, is ideal to enjoy this industrial styled room. Neutral tones and wood accents are perfect to make a warm and beautiful space to share meals with your loved ones.
A great dining room with minimal seating. This perfect industrial dining room seats four comfortably for a more intimate dinner. Artwork and plants make this a spot that is comfortable and stylish, where food is enjoyed and hours of conversations are had.
This eat-in kitchen is so inviting! Factory-style metal chairs and chrome lighting bring the industrial vibe, while a patterned blue rug balances the look. A wooden dining table matches the cabinetry and makes the space feel slightly rugged.
This industrial room has a fabulous blend of contrasting textures that makes this neutral space exciting and cool. C2C Home’s Newbury dining table has a solid natural wood top with gunmetal finished base that creates an elegant look when paired with the weaved crosshatch patterned chairs. The mirror enhances the industrial look with its metal and engineered wood panes, simultaneously making the room seem bigger and brighter!
Minimal metal chairs and a simple dining table keep this colorful dining room contemporary. For a more subdued take, swap the yellow paint for a pale gray. Add your dining space near windows to make this space warmer and brighter.
There’s nothing like an open layout with countertop space to eat and work. By adding these leather and metal stools you create a simply cozy table for two or an open workspace that’s hip and cool. Keep the profile slim if the area has double duty as a path.
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