Arnt Ludwig. Interior. September 13th , 2017.
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.
The more you keep the space minimalistic, the more breathable and elegant it will feel like. When picking out the right rug, go with neutral colors, such as beige, that won’t reverse the room’s openness. A dining room with a coastal interior will thrive with a rug that resembles the color of the sand and doesn’t feel too smooth to the touch. A striped rug is a quick way to bring both elegance and dynamic into our dining room. The black and white color palette is a classic and chic choice, while the stripes scare all monotony away. The monochrome element will give your dining room a much more glamorous look. An elegant setting of a black dining table with matching chairs can only benefit from a yellow rug with a unique white pattern.
This dining room looks nearly royal and its secret seems to lie in consistent color tone of light cream – almost completely white. All of the elements are matching with the rug being no exception and we simply love how keeping everything in just one color shade can bring out so much nobility. Black is a color that assures elegance and sophistication in any room. It works amazingly with other colors and a variety of materials, so if you are looking for a foolproof way of making your room incredibly stylish, a black rug is the choice. In a room with a clear modern interior there are a lot of lively elements that demand attention and leave us speechless and thoughtful. If you are looking for a way to bring a centerpiece into a modern dining room, a rug that has a strong contemporary spirit will definitely help. On the other hand, if you need something to help the modern interior to stand out, a simplistic rug is the way to go.
The first few months of 2017 have seen wood emerge as the big winner when it comes to home design and decorating. Inclination of homeowners and designers towards materials that are far more natural and an ambiance that is relaxing and warm has meant that wood has topped the trends chart in the past few months. From fabulous wooden siding, to wooden ceilings and slats that combine privacy with insulation, wood is quickly becoming the go to material in the contemporary interior. So, why not jump in on this natural bandwagon by bringing wood into your dining room? Wooden dining tables were seen as a thing of the past just a few years ago. It was especially considered a big ‘no-no’ in the 90’s that saw shift towards more polished and less natural materials in home design. But the last few years and eco-conscious consumers have once again revived the classic and elegant wooden dining table. Timeless (in the longer run) and currently trendy, here are 25 gorgeous dining rooms with wooden dining tables to offer more inspiration.
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