The design and decor revolution in the last few years has been all about 'green'. This is not just about cool DIY projects that help in upcycling and recycling, but also pertains to furniture that ushers in a more organic, natural and sustainable vibe. If there is one particular piece that epitomizes this trend, it is undoubtedly the live-edge table. Natural-edge tables are great centerpieces that immediately draw your attention and give the modern interior a more soothing and natural aura. And heading the pack in this section is the unique and exclusive live-edge dining table.
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.
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.
Round tablecloths aren`t just for dining tables. In fact, there are many reasons to introduce a tablecloth into your living area as a covering for an accent piece, such as a side table. For one thing, it adds a dose of elegance, and it can cover even the most basic of tables, instantly upping the style factor. A tablecloth can also introduce an accent color into your interior, as shown by the blue and lavender living area below.
The idea of adding retro punch to your existing dining room is more about just changing a few elements within the space than a complete switch of styles. This means you can combine almost any other design style, including farmhouse, rustic, industrial or modern, with retro decor elements to get the best of both worlds. This allows you to retain a certain sense of control over the dining room where you can switch back to the original style as soon as your fascination for all things retro fades away. This is also a budget-friendly way to redecorate that lets your dining room blend in with the adjacent modern kitchen or living space far more seamlessly.
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