Dining Rooms. Thursday , November 07th , 2019 - 11:48:45 AM
This modern dining room opens to the kitchen on the on side and the living area on the other end. The spacious room with a commanding view risked looking far too open. Painting the adjacent wall black and adding a dark gray area rug added contrast and helped create a more intimate space. The black-and-white drum pendants and bright white chairs add personality and visual interest.
Scandinavian design is at home in any room. From bedrooms, to bathrooms and every space in between, the Scandi look is not only known for it’s fresh, clean feel but also the laidback lifestyle connotations it brings with it, which is why it’s now a popular style all over the world. In the dining room Scandi design really comes into its own. Always welcoming, it’s a versatile, everyday look which can cater for any number of people and it invites everyone to sit back, relax and just enjoy the meal. The A by Amara Abode trend is full of Scandi inspiration to help you create the laidback dining room you’re looking for.
This home and its dining room suffer from wanderlust. The layout is quite confusing, with many corridors, rooms, corners and stairs. The homeowner had trouble making sense of the flow, so she painted this entire level in a monochromatic apricot palette. She took a chance with the approach and it worked—the color gave the odd layout and elegant dining area a stately and cohesive feel.
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