If you have a small dining room but a grand sense of style, pairing mid-century modern pieces and glam materials can be your ticket to design success. In this space, glass and brass glam elements add a bit of grandeur to the small dining space, while the mid-century modern furniture has simple forms that keep the design from feeling too large for the room.
If you're looking to save space and have lots of people at your dinners, round tables are perfect for you. It's easy to squeeze in an extra table setting or two where there aren't any corners! They're better for small rooms or rooms that aren't square, as their rounded edges help create easy flow through the room.
A square industrial-inspired dining table adds both style and function to this dining space. The center pedestal of the table makes room for more chairs and is made up of shelves for additional storage. The table has an exposed wood finish, which adds a bit of rustic flair to the room.
Glass mid-century modern dining tables provide a sleek look for modern or contemporary spaces. They are great for petite dining rooms as they don’t add any clunky visual weight to your space, plus the glass is super is easy to clean.
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!
Clean and concise, this dining room is a total delight thanks to mid-century modern inspired furniture. The simple style of each piece of furniture in this space is modern without feeling aggressive or competing with the room's more ornate style. Furthermore, leather dining chairs and woven rug add an organic quality to the room, making it feel casual and inviting.
Picking the right dining table for your dining room can be tricky, but if you'd like to seat more than 4 people, it's a good idea to stick with a rectangular shape. Just remember, for larger gatherings, you may want to go for a table with a pedestal leg for even more seating room.
Moody and dramatic this dining room proves that contemporary style doesn't have to be all neutrals and rounded lines. Rich wood finishes, a patterned wool rug, and camel colored leather dining chairs carry the contemporary design movement's signature simplistic silhouettes but have a surprising edginess thanks to their dark colors.
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