Interior. Wednesday , September 13th , 2017 - 21:44:50 PM
If you have great love for magnificent antique dining rooms, you know that a rug is an irreplaceable decor element that has the power to make or break the room. The safest option is to go with a rug that fully matches the rest of the rustic furniture, but if you aren’t afraid to create a slightly daring look, pick a rug that is proudly showcasing some color. A dining room in Victorian style calls for a vivid rug that can contrast the beige chairs and transparent glass table. This rustic dining room has a look of purity and simplicity. The rug in the color of cream is a perfect choice as it sits between the two ends of a spectrum represented by white chairs and wooden table top. A dining room that plays with the tones of white and darker wood is calling for a rug that can channel the best of both – giving the white a dim contrast so it can stand out, and giving the wood a similar color to match it. A shade of beaver brown seems like a fitting choice, especially if the rug is decorated with some lovely patterns.
You can always bid farewell to the neutral tones and opt for vibrant ones instead. This red banquette is perfect for those who wish to have a dynamic and daring kitchen corner. Picture by HGTV. Lovers of modern interiors will find themselves infatuated with this banquette that is dressed up in bright and energetic colors. The combination of blue and pink clearly wins this round. Glitter Guide provides the inspiration. This contemporary banquette has the power to create the feeling of having a little restaurant right inside your kitchen. It breaks the dryness of a big open space and creates just the little corner the rooms needs to feel more welcoming. Photograph by Homedit. Cushioned banquettes are all the charm. They help utilize the small size of the dining space to create a corner of comfort and homeliness. Eating your every meal in a state of relaxation is what dreams are made of. Inspiration by How to Decorate. The peaceful and calming energy of this dining area we found at Luxury Busla cannot be overlooked. The soft white banquette calls for resting on it comfortably, as you are reading the Sunday newspaper and eating breakfast with the family.
Rustic dining rooms are perhaps those who are in need of a rug the most. The natural appeal of a dark, antique decor is very homey and nostalgic, cozy and familiar. Adding a rug into the mix will only enhance this feeling and truly squeeze the best attributes out of the room. Capitalize on the brown color palette to truly bring an organic, natural feel into the room. The rug under the dining table should be the darkest element in the room. It will instantly draw attention to itself and the dining table, as it should. For a lighter and brighter rustic dining room pick a rug that feels fresh and reminds you of a sunny summer day. A shade of yellow will certainly fit that description and be a great addition to a dining room full of dark wooden elements.
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