Wood is the most popular choice for dining tables for a few reasons. They're super durable and stands up to everyday butchering! They're easy to maintain or refinish with paint or stain as needed. Natural wood offers a beautiful color and texture in a dining space!
If you gravitate toward a moody, industrial look, but want things to be a bit cozier for fall gatherings, consider this look. The base of the room is quite industrial, but we added organic modern elements to the tablescape, with some natural materials and earth tones (one of our favorite trendy fall color schemes), to give this spread a much warmer look.
Keep things simple with this a fall tablescape that leaves room for everyone's plate but still feels sweet enough to show you care. Here a bowl of seasonal pears and an olive branch in a simple vase are a wink and nod to the season. They invite guests to your fall holiday table and leave room for all the wine bottles, plates, and dessert dishes they might bring with them.
Mid-century modern influenced design is great for cozy but still stylish dining rooms. The use of natural materials like wood finishes and organic woven textures keeps things inviting. The streamlined forms add style.
Just because a dining space is small doesn't mean it can't be mighty. Here a round dining table saves space by cutting corners, but it's vintage finish and ornate base gives it a regal charm that is further elevated by the pristine white slipcover dining chairs—making this dining room not only space-savvy but also refined.
Want your room to look like this?