Interior. Wednesday , September 13th , 2017 - 21:24:39 PM
A banquette will fit into any dining space, no matter how simple. You can absolutely keep things minimal and subtle, only adding a simple cushion to it and allowing the open space to remain as is. Idea by Chic Deco. But if you shudder at the thought of only one cushion on your banquette, by all means, fill the seating space with as many pillows as you possibly can. When have pillows ever been a nuisance? Look to Style at Home for inspiration. Sometimes smaller tables don’t allow for many chairs around them, which is why banquettes are incredibly convenient. You can gather much more people around a small table for drinks, rather than having them bumping their chairs together. Decorating with vision is the smart choice, as shown by Simo Design. Imagine drinking your morning coffee in this cozy dining space found at WL. The farmhouse vibes are making us want to wrap ourselves in that plaid blanket, sit on the simply decorated banquette and gaze out the window to the beautiful nature.
Pom poms on a salad bowl?. Absolutely. We’re loving the Handmade Metal Tassel Salad Bowl, which is like jewelry for your tabletop. Don’t hesitate to mix in some wooden pieces, which will add a tropical vibe, especially if you feature greenery in your centerpiece. H&M Home is currently offering a range of black and white pieces, such as the Tea Towel shown below. Next we see more proof that black and white + wood = a match made in heaven. Especially when accented with these Metal Salad Servers from H&M Home. Last but not least, when your black and white tabletop is accented with fruit, there’s an undeniable tropical feel. Plus, fruit makes the perfect outdoor centerpiece, as shown on CB2’s Escale Cooler Cart. Today’s final featured tabletop trend is the beauty of blue and white. It’s crisp, it’s summery, and it makes a refreshing statement. Crate & Barrel is packing their spring offerings with blue and white dinnerware for both indoor and outdoor entertaining.
The round wooden dining table with a pedestal base is undoubtedly the most obvious option for those shopping for a space-savvy dining table. In small studio apartments, urban homes and open plan living areas, this tiny delight can deliver exactly what you need without taking too much square footage. You can also tuck in the chairs when they are not in use, saving up even more room. If you wish to stick to the square ding table in wood, then turn to lighting and mirrors to save the day. The idea of a contemporary dining room often conjures up images of a neutral setting where color is scarce and clean, straight lines create a sophisticated space. With the dining room increasingly becoming just an extension of the living area, most homeowners want a refined, modern dining area that can visually blend in with the open plan living. But this does not mean you have to sacrifice on color completely. Your dining space can still remain as classy, contemporary and curated as ever and a change of style is definitely not a must.
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