BY On Mar 09, 2019 Dining Room
After decorating the space you’ll need some furniture and accessories, and the main ones are a dining table, chairs, a sideboard or a cupboard and some lights that you like. Artworks, sculptures and various accessories are up to you. Now let’s consider the coolest ideas to furnish your space the best way possible. What’s interesting about feminine dining spaces, most of dining tables for feminine spaces are simple and not very outstanding: you can rock a simple round white table and accentuate it with bold chairs, lamps and other things. if you want to make a statement with the table, rock something bold – hot pink, blue, yellow, emerald or some other shade. If you have a modern dining space, you can choose a sheer glass dining table. A simple wooden table can fit a rustic, shabby chic or just modern space if you take proper chairs.
How to combine orange and blues in one and make them look harmonious? The spaces we are featuring today have been recently renovated and look very chic and perfectly harmonious together: these are a living and dining room that are slightly separated and show off the same style and colors: orange and blue. The living room features some rust leather furniture, a comfy two layer coffee table, a printed rug and a bean bag in the center. There are also some built-in shelves, a large black chair and a wall with a built-in fireplace that divides the spaces gently while bringing coziness to both. You may also see a creative black box-styled table with storage, which is a smart idea for a small space. The next space is a white kitchen with lots of sleek cabinets that seamlessly goes into a dining space by the fireplace. The dining table is placed next to the kitchen island, it shows a curious leg positioning, there are wooden chairs. Right here there’s a small vintage-styled bureau that can be folded to use it for working. The ambience is created with a sea-inspired artwork and branches in a vase on the floating sideboard.
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!
If you are looking for a style for your dining room, check these awesome industrial dining rooms out! Brick walls, upcycled wood, concrete and industrial metal furniture – all together it looks amazing! Pure industrial décor is suitable mostly for masculine interiors, so if you don’t want to go so far, then try to mix it with some other styles. Industrial goes well with minimalism – concrete and metal furniture are indispensable parts of these styles, just add some bold accents and voila! Mid-century touches look chic in an industrial dining room; shabby chic accents will make it look very trendy. Look at the ideas below and get inspired!
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.
57/100. User Ratings (325 Votes)
142 Facebook Shares
73 Twiter Tweets
189 Pinterest Pins
130 Or Shares
76 Thumblr Shares
93 Lkdln Shares
© 2009-2019 Watacct.com. All rights reserved.