Interior. Wednesday , September 13th , 2017 - 21:10:28 PM
If there is one style that epitomizes a blend of modernity and inimitable rustic elements along with ageless beauty of wood, then it is modern farmhouse. As the name suggests, you can blend in modern and farmhouse style design elements in here while varying the proportions of each to get a desired look of your choice. If you happen to be someone who loves the classic, farmhouse vibe more, then load up on additions like the wooden hutches, a heavy wooden dining table with weathered finish, chairs clad in plaid and a beautiful chandelier to give the dining room that timeless appeal. Wall art that depicts rural life, vases bought from the local antique store, vintage wire shelving and a warm, earthen color palette emphasize the farmhouse-centric theme of the dining room. You can easily give this space a more modern aura by replacing some of the rustic features with modern cabinets, credenzas, rugs and drapes. It is all about finding out what works for you best.
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.
Consider including a favor at each place setting. Small white pumpkins make a lovely addition to the Thanksgiving table. Linen napkins also work well with a grey and neutral palette. For a fun seasonal idea, place a pumpkin on top of each napkin, as shown below. Wash off each pumpkin before adding it to the table (to ensure that the napkins remain clean). If you want to send guests home with a token of thanks that can be enjoyed year-round, try a small potted succulent in a geo planter, as shown below. Finally, golden pears add the picture-perfect dash of fall style. Below we see how the warm golden tone of the produce pops against the cool grey of the runner. Now that you have the ingredients for your centerpiece, let’s put it all together. Start by making an arrangement of pumpkins and pears in the center of the table. As you can see below, a variety of pumpkin sizes will keep it interesting. Now tuck bunches of seeded eucalyptus under the produce, making sure the greenery is prominent at each end of the centerpiece. You can also place a sprig or two near the middle of the arrangement to tie it all together.
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