Choose complementary colorings for a palette that's satisfying to the eye. Vibrant orange will always load up a punch in a dining room, but bring in it by having a circular theme wallpaper and the effect is all the more intense. Counterbalance with blue tableware and a single velvet statement chair in cobalt to stick out and harmonise. Enhance the relaxed retro vibe with on-trend mid-century style furniture.
Your dining room can be used in a multitude of ways and the space remains a great addition to a house however big or small your dining area may be. Design your dining room well and it'll become the hub of your home, and not only a dumping earth for 'stuffocation' sufferers or a messy desk area for life admin and homework.
If you've got more space, a sideboard is just the thing. It neatly stores all you need and provides you a surface for serving dishes and bottles of wine, too. Alcoves can be utilised for dining room storage space, stacking them with your preferred cookbooks adds a nice culinary touch.
For a style that really sticks out, modern dining room chandeliers are the way to go. This style of chandelier comes in many variants and sizes, but is often characterized by its direct lines and geometric shapes. Look for metallic and stainless finishes. Because of the unique look of modern dining room chandeliers, it's sure to be a talking point for all who enter the room.
Small doesn't have to mean simple. Where space isn't the wow factor, attract the interest with color and structure. One side of this small dining area has been given over to vibrant coloring and pattern. A feature wallpaper can take centre stage, flanked by fuchsia pink alcoves in a wonderfully energetic decorating structure. Bench seating is a sensible choice because of this small space, while pendant lighting fixtures put in a little mood lighting come night-time.