BY On Aug 08, 2018 Dining Room
If you have a beach cottage or planning to decorate your own beach-inspired zone to relax, think over a coastal dining room or dining zone. The best colors for such décor are aqua, blue, turquoise, grey and white, and what’s good about them is that they stimulate brain activity. Add neutrals and distressed or wicker furniture – that’s the most actual pieces for a beach-inspired interior. The accessories are very important for creating an atmosphere: wicker shutters, seashells, sea horses, corals and urchins – and you’ll feel sea breeze in your dining room! Look at the inspiring ideas below and take some examples for your own dining zone!
Many of us choose neutral shades for home décor as it’s rather traditional but some of you may think it’s boring. We’ve gathered a bunch of dining rooms in these colors to prove you that it’s not true. For example, choose Scandinavian style for your dining room and decorate it with calm shades, cozy fabrics, green plants and rough wood – it’s gorgeous! What about minimalist style? Sleek surfaces, clean lines, rough wood and stone for décor – an ideal clean and modern space. Looking for something more comfy? Get the modern style with touches of mid-century modern – retro furniture, neutrals and old-fashioned tableware and utensils – that’s the style!
Minimalism is a super trendy and cool style for decorating any space, it means seeing beauty in strict and clear lines and angles. Today I’m going to show you once more how beautiful this style may be, and I’m sure you’ll enjoy these minimal dining rooms and zones. Start from decorating in truly minimalist colors like black, grey and white, and add bright accents if you want. Not to get a boring space, play with textures and materials: there are a lot of super modern surfaces to try, and of course concrete and wood. If you feel not cozy enough, add some touches of other styles like mid-century to achieve a comfy look. Get inspired by the ideas below!
Accommodating a workspace is often a problem in modern dwellings: there’s literally no space for that! But we have a brilliant idea for you: open layouts with several zones available. This living room includes a dining zone and a workspace, and does it with elegance and style, let’s have a look to get inspired! There are three different zones and not a single partition between them, one space flows into another, and even the kitchen wall is transparent, so all the spaces are filled with enough light. The color palette is neutral and soft: there are beige shades and black for the kitchen wall and hall. The zones are divided with the help of the furniture: a corner sofa and an L-shaped desk create a visual partition, which looks very organic. The dining room is located just between the kitchen and the living room, so that guests could communicate with each other as well as with the owners. Those who cook will also feel part of the family gathered in the living room.
If you designed a beautiful vintage kitchen, then your dining room or dining zone should continue the décor theme, so make it also beautifully vintage. Choose the epoch you love, then go decorating! In vintage interiors the walls and floors are often whitewashed, or you can make the floor in natural wood. The furniture maybe also whitewashed for a refined look or upholstered with some beautiful floral fabric. If you want a shabby chic touch, find some shabby furniture at the flea market. For a rustic touch, make or buy some pallet furniture. Crown it all with a statement chandelier and candelabras and voila! Get inspired by the ideas below!
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