There are times when the kitchen in the backdrop or the living room in the foreground brings color to the Scandinavian dining space with banquette. All you need to do here is repeat the dominant hue of the living area or the kitchen in the dining space, but with subtlety and discretion. Pendant lighting above the corner banquette and additional chairs around the dining table can also add color to the classy Scandinavian space.
Do not fret about the style of your dining room too much when you are shopping for or custom ordering a live-edge table. While simple things like choosing a table with a light, even grain of wood for modern interiors while opting for tables crafted from darker tones of wood for rustic and Mediterranean rooms helps, it is not an absolute must. Try to find balance in the rest of the room by opting for chairs, a credenza or even the rug and pendant fixture that show the live-edge table in the best light. You will be surprised at how well these tables blend in with styles ranging from industrial, shabby chic and Bohemian to minimal and transitional!
There is nothing like a colorful hutch to revitalize your old dining room and give it a fabulous focal point that will wow your guests and friends. The brightly colored hutch can become a part of the larger dining room color scheme by repeating the same bold hue elsewhere in the space. This might come in the form of a lovely rug, colorful chairs, a simple table runner or even something as modest as a glassy vase. By repeating the color, your dining room will definitely seem like a far more curated and refined setting irrespective of the theme that you have going.
Victorian as a design and architectural style is broad and is filled with influences of different time periods. Add to this the variation brought in by local architectural elements being combined with this elegant style, and you have many different versions of Victorian. The current trend is to combine modern aesthetics with Victorian touches to create a seamless fusion of different eras. As much as we love this approach, the idea of stepping back in time and entering a Victorian dining room full of color and personality does seem like an appealing prospect. Today‘s visual treat is for those who love Victorian style at its unabashed best!
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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