philippe le berre
Try color-blocking. While the moldings on the walls of the dining room are traditional in style, in addition to two sliding red doors creates a striking, modern look. Notice how you are garnished with the same splashes as the walls.
Add a layer of style with a eye-catching rug. This is especially helpful when defining a dining area, an open plan.
Duet Design Group
Bring the books. Not many people have the luxury of having their own library, and if you are a book-lover, it can be difficult to find enough space to keep your books easily accessible. Built-ins that do the trick while creating a coherent look. You can also track some interesting dinner conversations. I can not think of a better setup for the book club night.
magali joannon photographe
This example shows how storing books in the dining area helps an open plan bind the entire room together.
Astleford Interiors, Inc.
other than that, choose a lamp that will wow you every time you see it. Here is a group of different Moroccan lanterns hung at different heights is a great design moment in the dining room.
Heidi Pribell interior
Learn more about this mural and dining room
Alisa Rose Design
Make your dining room double as an art gallery. Having a picture rail means that these homeowners can turn off your art show.
MATT architecture LLP
Here is one more family-oriented example of the Art Gallery Idea. It’s a great way to give your kids the latest masterpieces of attention that you deserve.
Ashley Winn design
If you do not rail into the picture, a grid-like piece framed and matted in the same way is another good strategy for filling a large wall in the dining room.
Karen Cole Designs
Rethinking in the typical buffet. Other furniture can add a design punch and a great way to add color, texture or a special shape. Try out ideas, such as a vintage chest of drawers, antique sewing cabinet, two benches stacked on top of each other or anything else that will provide you with a helping surface.
Craig O’Connell Architecture
Make a statement with the table. It is the largest piece of furniture in the room. In this rustic space, a live-edge table is the star.
Nathalie Priem photography
Mix your chairs. In this example, the idea takes to the extreme. If you want a mix that is more subtle, add host and hostess chairs at both ends to stick with two different styles that take turns around the table, or add a bench or two instead of chairs.
Stephen Willrich architecture design
Change your upholstery. New seat cushions or a fresh upholstery job are an easy way to add color and pattern to the dining room. Notice how these pillows are only patterned and colored elements in the room.
Jennifer Hoey Interior Design
Consider how everything works with the ads. The long, linear lamp, the black trim around the windows and also the painting, complement the beautiful setting outside this dining room. Also pay attention to the ads in other rooms of the house.
A. Rejeanne interior
Remember that the ceiling is a design option. Designers refer to the ceiling as a “fifth wall.” As nice moldings or tills, an accent color or wallpaper. This blanket is covered with iridescent capiz shell tiles.
Tim Andersen architect
Give your walls an architectural dimension
Create a focal point with a center point. This is one of the easiest and most affordable ways to get a powerful design moment in the dining room. It can be as easy as cutting some branches in your garden.