Even though most homeowners love to combine modern and contemporary styles with an Asian-inspired dining space, you need not always be bound by this norm. Get a touch creative and consider what looks best in your own house and how the style will interact with the kitchen and living room next to the dining area. Those who love a mash of industrial and Asian styles can give their lovely dining room an exposed brick wall backdrop coupled with decorative pieces from the Far East. It is pretty simple to combine a Japanese design style with minimalism, and you should not have too much trouble mixing shabby chic or even traditional dining room elements with your newfound love for Asian design.
In fact, the collection even includes Asian-style dessert plates that are inspired by Japanese family crests, proving you can mix and match blue and white dinnerware patterns. Don‘t forget that you can accent blue and white tabletop palettes with bright hues such as red, orange, yellow and turquoise.
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!
Live-edge dining tables bring along with them a variety of advantages that range from design versatility to an ability to adapt to diverse spaces. They look equally at home in a wide range of dining rooms, and of course, you can always be proud of the fact that no one else on the planet has a similar dining table! If you are someone like Phoebe Buffay and hate the mundane appeal of the `factory made' dining tables, then you will surely fall in love with live-edge furniture. Check out these 50 awesome live-edge dining table inspirations, if you need more convincing.
But how do you ensure that the banquette fits into the style of the kitchen or the dining space you envisioned for open plan living? A good start would be to opt for a wooden bench that does away with excesses and embraces clean design along with simple, straight lines. Tufted seating or extravagant U-shaped or curved banquettes really do not fit in with the unassuming charm of Scandinavian style.
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