By Vespasien Aline. Dining Room. Published at Thursday, March 01st, 2018 - 04:30:07 AM.
And if there’s any room where simplicity is most appreciated that would be the dining room. It’s a space meant to feel inviting and where functionality is key. Ornaments are being ignored in favor of pure simplicity. There’s no need to use intricate furniture designs to make this space more inviting or beautiful.
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.
The china cabinet is opulent but not overly adorned, with modest detailing at the top, and swag-shaped drawer pulls. Light and airy sheer draperies are voluminous but not overwhelming. Finally, the chandelier adds a touch of rococo to the space with its leafy shapes and abundant glass ornamentation.
Looking closely at some modern luxury dining rooms, it’s possible to identify small Baroque details that highlight the space. Here, the color palette is neutral and features an unadorned tabletop. Instead, one modern strip of inlay encircles the table on the edge. Curvy, tall-backed dining chairs feature an upholstered back with piping and the front is done in a modern velvet that has an animalistic monochrome pattern. A modern china cabinet is totally modern, but the drapes are a lovely silk, the fabric used in Baroque style rooms.
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