It’s amazing to think that a dining room can hold a lot of design and purpose in one place. It can hold a lot of meaning and artwork, it can hold a lot of ideas, and many more. The more you think about the design of dining rooms the more you feel that you can’t get enough. It’s the same with a lot of people and designers around the globe, they keep producing unbelievable dining room designs to satisfy our hunger.
Try to Build in Outlets
If your dining table serves as double for cooking prep space, home office, or homework zone, then you need to optimize the table with outlets just like how Heidi Caillier did in this design. Try to use brass material, it will look fantastic and enchanting.
Make an Eat-In Kitchen
The Designer Tamsin Johnson makes the eating area feels more formal than your typical kitchen nook. This happens because Tamsin is using striking marble and sleek stainless steel. It also gives a modern and glamorous backdrop to match the dining room decoration.
Adding a Fireplace
The dining room is a combination of cool tones and warm tones, it blended very well that it feels cozy and comfy. The light fixture and the crisp white wall and pale blue-gray walls combined with the color-block marble table make it feel more energizing. The fireplace also has an important role which to make the overall rooms feel warmer.
Rework Vintage Items
Thanks to the vintage pieces from the light fixture to the carpet, the design by Heidi Caillier boasts a lived-in historied character in this Dining Room. Though it looks contemporary, this style also includes a farmhouse style.
Putting the Best Work on Display
The dining room is the perfect place to put your best artwork especially if you throw a lot of dinner parties. This dining room design by Miles Redd is the perfect example of the painting that defines the color scheme of the entire room. From the upholstered lime green chairs to the molding and wallpaper, everything blended very well.
In the room with a crisp white coat of paint, the designer Raji RM put a large-scale artwork that sets the tone in the room. It feels fresh and elegant, it is also perfect against a pair of contemporary pendants and blond wood flooring.
Don’t Be Too Precious
Look how the fine craftsmanship and the polished details along with the beautiful artwork elevate more rustic qualities to the dining room design by Anik Pearson. This combination is perfect and didn’t look too precious and out of place, it’s a refined ranch style.