Interior. Wednesday , September 13th , 2017 - 21:15:03 PM
The brass bowl is a CB2 find, and you can get a similar look with this piece. Placing greenery in a bowl is a bit unexpected, and it keeps the centerpiece low and striking. You can even line the middle of your table with a trio of greenery-filled brass bowls. The linen napkins were a bargain buy at an outlet, but this season there are plenty of options to choose from. This World Market selection caught our eye, as did these gorgeous napkins from Etsy. The Emory Gold Flatware is from Crate & Barrel. When it comes to today’s featured table settings, which is your favorite. the crisp, whimsical table at the top of the post or the warm-toned table setting below? The “new” trends featured in today’s post are more like new interpretations of classic motifs…which makes them timeless. After all, does tropical style really ever go out of style? And who can beat the breezy look of black and white when it’s given an earthy twist? Throw in some crisp blue and white, and you have a recipe for spring style that can last all the way through the summer. Read on as we highlight our three favorite tabletop trends (currently offered by top retailers).
A big oriental rug that can easily accommodate the entire dining area will bring a fresh energy into a countryside dining room. The colors of the rug are the room’s focal point and the whole space feels harmonious. Sometimes the best thing you can put into a dark dining room is a light rug. The balance in the room is very apparent. The space instantly feels more open, brighter and not too dim. Cream and wood are a fantastic match. They both have a softness and coziness that make the room feel like true home. They might seem like opposites, but in reality they are just two sides of the same coin. The light cream, opening up the space with its bright look and the dark wood, conjuring a nostalgic feeling within anyone who lays eyes on it. Play around with putting a cream rug into your dark rustic dining room and see the stunning result.
Here’s another lovely, thoughtfully styled dining corner, found at Home Bunch. The blue color gives it a coastal vibe, perfect for beach houses, but it’s the banquette that acts as a cherry on top with its element of coziness. In a bright kitchen, your banquette should be the thing that stands out. Decorate it with colorful pillows and create an outstanding dining corner. Picture by Consort. Love the monochrome interior? Bring it into your dining space with this black and white striped banquette that will add a significant amount of character to your entire kitchen. See how it looks at Architectural Digest. Take a look at another dining corner that easily rivals any sunroom. The rays of sunlight upon the cream banquette make this the perfect corner to start your day in. See it up close at Carrie Hatfield. The simplistic tones of the banquette paired with the dark chairs create a calming environment with just a dash of edge. Suitable for minimalist homes with uncluttered decor. Take a look at Simo Design.
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