Many people think that if they have an heirloom piece of furniture in their home, they need to work with items from the same era or style. However, sometimes doing the opposite can create dynamic and even lovely effects. Take, for example, the pairing of this antique dining table in this modern space, which is so eye-catching and fun.
This dining area is a great example of how to successfully play with proportions. Note how the slender silhouette of the dining chairs holds up to the more substantial table. This is due to the chairs black color which adds weight to their form and makes them feel balanced with the rest of the design.
A bright and welcoming space to gather with family. To recreate this style, look for strong rustic pieces to ground your design, such as wood dining room table. Then, sprinkle in accent pieces that contain iron metals, earthy neutral colors and natural hues. Add pops of color in your accessoreis such as decor and rugs!
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.
With the mid-century look, there are so many options for how you want your chairs to look around your table. Vivid colors make a statement, while mixing two different chairs give it an eclectic touch. For a neutral palette keep all of the chair the same and focus on either a white textile or solid wood material.
A neutral color scheme is probably one of the few palettes where you can combine different subjects together, and it makes sense. The romantic florals on the table, the expressive sunbursts, and the geometric bold lines of the carpet look great on their own and together. Each element brings its own personality that keeps this dining room interesting.
We love the way each piece of furniture in this stylish modern dining room stands for itself. The Evalina chair by Eurostyle is the perfect sidekick to the classic Tulip table. Instead of a gallery wall, a single modern art piece makes a statement and makes this space that much more unique!
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