By . Dining Room. Published at Saturday, March 31st, 2018 - 22:19:45 PM.
First of all, think about the materials you should use. Wood is something you should definitely include in your kitchen’s décor. It adds warmth to the room and it’s a material that gets more beautiful as it ages. The lighting should also be soft and warm. You can use a chandelier with an aged finish or candles. Keep it simple and opt for a rectangular wooden table and some traditional chairs. You can also use table linens and patterned shades or curtains for the windows.
Sometimes functionality is key. We love how they fit a snazzy dining room table right inside their breakfast nook. They used the window seat as well as some other surprising chairs to finish off the table and the space.
Infusing a contemporary luxury dining room with Baroque and rococo features creates a very different look with sumptuous feel. This space adeptly mixes the two styles. The inlaid table has a black base, whose shaped legs and modestly scrolled lower edge have painted highlights. The look is modern with a nod to Baroque style gilding, here done in silver. The tall-backed dining chairs are upholstered in a modern sage velvet and sport quite backs, rather than the characteristic tufting.
There are many ways in which you can make your dining room feel modern. It doesn’t always have to do with the furniture or the accessories. Sometimes it all starts with the internal structure of the house. For example, a modern dining room can be opened onto the exterior and can be a transitional space where the users have the possibility of either dining indoors or outdoors.
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