Interior. Wednesday , September 13th , 2017 - 22:04:02 PM
Few colors seem as refreshing and visually engaging as yellow when used in neutral contemporary spaces. Just bring a lone yellow chair to the dining room filled with white, black, gray or beige and you will instantly see the energy levels in the room shoot up. Yellow has this invigorating effect in any room it adorns and can be both polished and ravishing at the same time. While using yellow accents, chairs and lighting fixtures in the dining room is not all that uncommon, having a dining table with yellow tabletop is indeed a rarity. Moving away from a completely neutral color scheme in the dining room does not necessarily mean adding bright primary colors to the mix. Try out trendy metallics instead, which bring both visual and textural contrast to the dining space. Additions like the copper pendants from Tom Dixon also serve as timeless pieces that will serve you well for years to come. A gorgeous piece of wall art in the backdrop, a bright rug that delineates the dining area or even just a few comfy chairs in brown can do the trick.
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.
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.
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