This shared home office is brimming over with bold and dynamic design. Elements like the abstract wall art throughout the design move your eye around the room and create a energetic sense of rhythm which will keep you whistling while you work.
Just because you live in a small studio doesn’t mean you have to forgo a dining room table. Simply look for something smaller — like this petite number. We prefer round tables in small spaces, as they allow for more versatile seating arrangements. And its pedestal base keeps the table from feeling visually heavy.
When it comes to a cozy gathering area, try tapping into the Danish concept of Hygge, that celebrates simplisty, beauty, and comfort. Scandinavian-inspired dining furniture, pretty woven accents, and ceramics in organic shapes provide a calm vibe perfectly. .
The tulip table is not only a design classic it's also a great way to make a small dining area practical and pretty. The circular table top makes extra space for chairs and this pedestal leg also makes more space. Prefect for a dining area for two or if you want more seating add a bench which you can bring over to the table when needed.
Simple dining set up that is elevated by a grand and unique light fixture hanging above. The leather chairs are simple and classic and will only get better over time. The tulip based table is reminiscent of a designer table and is simple and classic in design for a clean and sleek look.
We love the modern rustic vibes in this open concept living space. But we decided to create zones in the space by floating the sofa in the middle of the room, with the back exposed to the dining room side. This kept the overall space visually open while creating distinct living and dining spaces.
Enjoy an intimate meal or mid-day coffee break with your partner with this sweet Mid-Century-Modern dining space. Understand styling elevates the space without causing a distraction allowing you to focus on what's important, good company.
So you moved into your first solo apartment — you’re excited, but how do you make the most of the small space of this studio?? We recommend creating “zones” or distinct spaces for each area. Use rugs and curtains to make distinct sleeping, living, and dining spaces, in even the smallest space.
Consider a round table with four chairs for a more intimate eating experience. The sleek styling of this combination pops against the backdrop of the large windows. The stunning ceiling lamp adds a touch of modern design to this minimal dining room.
This industrial reading nook combines warm wood tones with bold greens. The leather armchair makes a perfect accent partnered with an industrial floor lamp to make a cozy space in the evening. This styled nook is ready to serve guests with a mid-century bar cart and adds seating when hosting a get-together.
Coordinating dining chairs with bar seating can sometimes be a challenge. Having the same exact seating can feel a little bland, so try popping it up with some color and texture! Find one or two similar characteristics to tie the two pieces together. In this instance, the Eames Chair and the Piccolo Bar Chair share similar slim, pencil legs and a tapered back to give this dining room a modern, coordinated feel!
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