A good place to start out with retro design and decorating is the modern dining room. The idea of a ‘retro diner' is something that puts a smile on the face of almost everyone, even if you were born well after the glory days of the 60's and 70‘s. Retro dining rooms coupled with modern touches can offer a delightful escape from the mundane, and today we focus on how you can do this without completely committing to the style at all times.
Modern Victorian dining rooms seem to take away part of the dazzle, splendor and panache that truly made these spaces timeless masterpieces. While they might not be incredibly practical, they are great for homeowners who use the formal dining space to host a few parties and dinners each festive season. Full of color, pomp and glamour, these stunning dining rooms dazzle at every turn! It is hard to really know where to start when you are describing the perfect Victorian dining room that is majestic in every sense of the word. But one element that is more or less common in all these dining rooms is the presence of a glowing, golden glint. Gold-tinted decor and warm metallic tones are an absolute must for these lavish dining rooms, and everything from vintage painting frames, drapes and the dining table to decorative molding and mirror frames play into the larger, magnificent picture. Gold as a color can accentuate the right features, anchor the dining room and also give it a glittering, glamorous sheen that makes it truly one-of-a-kind.
How refreshing are these Easter Egg Tea Towels from West Elm, which replace traditional chick and bunny motifs with abstract eggs featuring a variety of colors and patterns?! Fabulous! Last but not least, we feature the Mooreland Dishtowel from Anthropologie, designed by Starla Michelle Halfmann. It‘s the next best thing to hanging a vibrant canvas in your kitchen.
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