Co-ordinate a huge open-plan room with a happy mixture of colours. Focus on a neutral backdrop throughout and add hits of colour across the scheme using very soft furnishings. Keep the functional kitchen a defining monochrome and then combine into cool understated grey and pastels for a seats zone (that one benefits from a good amount of natural light). Finally, bring a reclaimed eating set back to life with co-ordinating chair pads in lively jewel tones for an uplifting eclectic end that works.
If your dining room overlooks the garden (or even if it generally does not), consider a green decorating structure to bring a small amount of the outside in. Choose an uplifting exciting tone and team it with modern pattern for a revitalizing structure. Offset the strong with relaxing white and lovely leaf theme accessories. Use draperies to carry routine this loose chevron design in the same shade is an efficient way of adding a refreshingly visual edge while softening the vibrant colour choice.
If you're striving to achieve a calm and modern eating environment, intricate patterns in neutral tones won't go a neglect. Replace traditional dark wall surfaces with patterned wallpaper or uplifting colors in neutral shades. Modern bookcases and floor to roof shelving can look great when stacked with literature and quirky items.
Go for a single-colour decorating structure in a tiny dining room. Within this space, the same pale grey color has been applied to walls, fireplace, desk and chairs so that the backdrop seems to recede, making the area feel larger than it really is. Pick one component of the room and use it to introduce a contrast color here it's lilac drapes that provide the interest. The tabletop has been kept plain commensurate with the ground, while seat ranges introduce some pattern.
Consider a wine glass fronted cabinet, second-hand ones can be upcycled with paint or wallpaper, it'll give you a self-contained place for stuff but can look damn cool into the bargain. If you're really trapped for storage space, a good suggestion is to 'look high and low'. A high-level shelf running around a wall membrane or two is amazingly convenient for storing and showing jugs, silverware and so on. Reduce, benches which twice as storage area or low-level built-in cupboards along a wall membrane which is often used as chairs, are a good wager.