Rustic Wood Dining Table

Pastel Traditional Dining

Pastel Traditional Dining

The beautifully upholstered chairs in this dining area feature a curving silhouette that adds a perfect balance to the heavy wood table. Calming pastel tones of blue and grey add a cool and breezy feel to this traditional room. A light peppering of brass adds just enough sparkle!

Creating Coastal Calm

Creating Coastal Calm

Even up close, this dining room screams coastal. From the coral sculptures to the fishnet details on the centerpiece vase, the textures truly pull it all together. Reclaimed wood tones further the casual natural vibes adding warmth to cool greens.

Subtle Elegance: Rustic Dining Room

Subtle Elegance: Rustic Dining Room

We created elegance and charm in this rustic dining room using a neutral palette with low contrast. The white oak wood table harmonizes with jute woven captain's chairs. Stone linen side chairs work with the other natural materials to create harmony in the space.

Kitchen Greenery

Kitchen Greenery

Trees, small plants, tall potted plants are all great ways to bring greenery to a kitchen. Adding a large tree in the corner of a neutral kitchen really makes it pop in the space. Adding other plant elements make the space more organic.

Rustic Earth Tone Dining

Rustic Earth Tone Dining

Using warm blues and woods, we created a warm and inviting dining room. We chose a large mirror as the main backdrop to the room, helping to reflect natural light. We also selected warm wood tones furniture for the table, console and other elements throughout.

Rustic Dining Meets Pet-Friendly

Rustic Dining Meets Pet-Friendly

With pet-friendly rugs and a stylish dog bed, your loved one can wait patiently for that piece of meat to drop on the floor while you and your family dine in style. Incorporating an indoor/outdoor rug means cleaning is a breeze by taking it outdoors and spraying it down with a hose, no more worrying about messes or spills in the dining room!

Alternate Storage: Kitchen Bookshelf

Alternate Storage: Kitchen Bookshelf

Creating an open kitchen plan may lead to no upper cabinets and less storage. Try adding a bookcase to create more storage in a unique way. Stack plates, add plants, store appliances all great use of the space.

Understated Rustic Dining Room

Understated Rustic Dining Room

This rustic dining room is dominated by a barn-inspired chandelier. The rustic nature of the dining room is reinforced by nature inspired artwork. A well-accessorized fireplace adds charm to this dining room.

Rustic Woods: Rustic Dining

Rustic Woods: Rustic Dining

Durable and rustic woods take center stage while the dog’s space seamlessly blends into this beautiful dining room. An indoor/outdoor rug makes cleaning up after kids and pets a breeze while the rustic cabinetry ensures functionality and creates a gorgeous focal point in this dining room.

Timeless Pieces

Timeless Pieces

Timeless accents like the muted dining table create a visual balance. This also echoes the pastel tones in the walls.

Rustic Woods and Bold Blues

Rustic Woods and Bold Blues

This gorgeous buffet is a statement piece on it’s own, but we dressed it up using one of our favorite colors, brilliant blue! Layering artwork on top of a buffet helps to establish a focal point in the room, while greenery and vases round out the edges of the design.

Rustic Dining Room With Autumnal Hues

Rustic Dining Room With Autumnal Hues

Very often, fall colors have a cozy effect in the dining room. The warm reds, oranges, and browns play well with walnut wood tones and neutral upholstery, so consider pulling in a richly hued traditional rug. Then add in lighting in brown and orange glass and even pull in an antiqued brass bar cart. Playing up this autumnal palette is a surefire way to set the room apart from the rest of your home. 

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