Laurent. Dining room. October 11th , 2017.
Regardless of whether you live in a period or contemporary home, you can’t go wrong with classic design and in a dining room this can be enhanced with dramatic colour schemes, opulent textiles and elegant tableware. A statement table and chairs is the obvious place to start, so whether you choose a striking dark wood antique, a traditional country farmhouse feel or a pretty Scandi-inspired design, you can then build your chosen classic dining room scheme around it.
Recessed walls can be used to maximum effect in the modern dining room. Here the dining room multitasks as storage for music and books. A plant divider keeps the living and dining room space separate but socially connected. Great use of a mirror maximizes the sense of space in this Mediterranean dining room white the bench and chair combination playfully mixes the formal and casual.
Dining room with blue patterned blind, choose a vibrant fabric for soft furnishings such as a Roman blind and matching seat covers to instantly uplift your dining room. And decorative dining room shelving, fit decorative shelving to display your favourite glassware and china. This pastel-pink wooden shelf adds a pretty country look to a simple dining room scheme.
Contemporary farmhouse, a traditional display of cut crystal and Nanking and Delft china is brought up to date with a reclaimed wood dining table and large silver industrial pendant lights. Dark velvet studded chairs add a tailored note to a farmhouse look.
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