Interior. Wednesday , September 13th , 2017 - 21:07:14 PM
This banquette corner looks so pure it’s almost hard to believe it’s real. You can separate your main dining table from the banquette and use the latter for special occasions only, such as tea time with friends. Peek at Kitchen Studio of Naples. If you enjoy gray decor, and surely you must, this choice of banquette seems suitable. We love how it goes with the wooden chair and table, creating a balanced color palette, channeling the look of a serene cafe. Spy the look at Elements of Style. However tiny in size, a banquette can always look grand; the secret is in the styling. Gentle color tones of this little corner create an appearance of spaciousness while the denim blue banquette softens the presence of wood. See how it looks at House & Hound. This heavily cushioned neutral banquette is the center of attention in this family corner. The floral decor breaks the simplicity of the styling and give so much liveliness to the dining space. You can even switch one big table for two smaller ones, as shown at House Beautiful.
The popular perception that adding color to the dining room disturbs its distinctly contemporary appeal is far from the truth. You do not need to bring a plethora of bright hues to give the dining room a cheerful edge. Understated and exquisite, here are 15 dining room inspirations that showcase how you can brighten the urbane dining space without going overboard. Blue is one color that works pretty much in every contemporary dining room. The many shades of blue are ease to incorporate and its natural hue allows it to easily blend in whit both white and trendy gray. You can use dashing chairs in blue to enliven your existing dining room without changing too much in terms of wall color or other décor in the room. If this seems like a commitment that is far too permanent, then start off with gorgeous vases and beautiful china that bring color to the dining room display.
A dining room draped in luxury need not be all about timeless aesthetics, plenty of gold and a healthy dose of Victorian style. Even modern dining rooms with their gorgeous wood or stone dining tables, neutral colors that oscillate between black, white and gray and contemporary finishes can seem equally enchanting when done right. A large part of getting this elusive jigsaw right is lighting. Yup, it once again comes down to a sparkling chandelier, a cascading pendant fixture with crystal brilliance or even a custom chandelier that steals the spotlight with ease. Metallics play a pivotal part in giving the dining room a luxurious look. Even if you are not too keen on an overload of ‘gold’, do think about more restrained and modern metallic accents to usher in some much needed dazzle. A grand dining table in stone adds to this glitter with wall art, wallpaper and other coverings creating a captivating backdrop. Complete the space with beautiful vases, classic candleholders and some fresh flowers to accentuate the ‘luxury quotient’. Cabinets with glass doors or a fancy china display takes this already wonderful dining room to a whole new level.
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