10 Dining Room Design Pictures for You

Are you confused choosing the best design for your dining room? Now, you do not need to be worried about that. You do not need to hire a professional home designer just for designing your room. It will take too much cost. You can keep your budget to doing your dining room. Here, I will try to create your imagination to real. I provide you with ten design of dining room. Check this out below.

The first one will show you a cheerful feeling which is pop of pattern. Pop of Pattern is a small touch of pattern on the windows can brighten up a space. Roman shades in a modern floral fabric keep a wood table and wicker chairs from feeling too outdated. Oversized candelabras become a simple, sculptural centerpiece. The second one is bright spot. Like the sun breaking through gray skies, this color combination is a happy surprise. Let the yellow accents shine by choosing clean, modern lines on the walls, windows, and floor.

The fresh looks bring a positive energy for you. No wonder, you absolutely may to put naturally beautiful theme in your dining room. Mismatched chairs in neutral shades add character to this open, inviting space. Floral wallpaper in a muted tone will feel modern, not frilly, which can balance a space that is filled with accessories like hanging wreaths, bamboo cutting boards, and more. It is okay to try French accents into your room. Traditional and antique pieces, like these Louis-style chairs, can feel intimidating when grouped together. But this room maintains a fresh face with various neutrals (whites, creams, and sage green) sprinkled throughout the space and accented with a single bit of hanging bluing.

The next one is double duty. Who needs a formal dining room 365 days a year? This one is traditional enough for Thanksgiving dinner and cozy enough with extra seating off to the side for sitting on a Sunday afternoon. If you’re short on square footage, a small, round table is a smart use of space. Emerald beauty is perfect for your dining room. If you love one bold color, go for it, but keep the competition in check or, in this case, in toile. By sticking with a single two-toned fabric on the curtains and chairs, the whole patterned effect is easy on the eyes. Bright on White theme will be long lasting for your dining room.

Clean walls, airy window treatments, and a whitewashed farmhouse-style table are perfect for a light-filled room with a view. Keep the whole look grounded with the right amount of texture, which is introduced with a set of rustic, woven chairs. The warmth one is family dining. Too much wood (table, chairs, flooring, cabinetry) can be a bit overwhelming. Think creatively about the pieces you bring into the room, like this painted cabinet, which keeps things light (add adds tons of storage). This is for you who love being clean, clean slate. For those with a modern aesthetic, white is a popular choice for walls, floors, and even furniture.

Lean on accents and textured pieces to soften up the space. Here, the set of cushioned chairs in a sophisticated pattern keep the white lacquer Parsons-style table from feeling too stark. The last but not the least is fit for a Crowd theme. When you’re decorating a large, wide-open space, focus on capturing light and calling attention to architectural details. Display treasured mementos in open bookshelves to personalize a space and to give it a cozy vibe. Slip covered chairs add texture and offer flexibility to a palette because they can easily be changed—and washed.