The first one is modern breakfast nook style. The floating staircase gives a new breadth to the cozy, modern breakfast nook. With plenty of pops of color and a super flashy high chair, this family dining table is almost reminiscent of Alice in Wonderland. Nestled into a white open kitchen, this dining room is also particularly well suited to a boisterous family meal.
The next one is casual style. A formal space with molded mod chairs is trendy enough for a casual cocktail party and boasts enough for a five course meal. The third one is black dining room. Black is certainly not the most common color for dining but the drama is unparalleled. Black accents, on the other hand, are subtle in this mostly white space. The leather molded chairs are the star of this contemporary dining room, practically begging guests to settle in for a long night of great company. Using complementary patterns to upholster these dining chairs is an easy way to bring a lot of personality into an otherwise simple dining space.
The fourth is modern looks. This modern space takes full advantage of city views, not letting a basic table and chairs detract from the wide windows. The pegboard wine rack is perhaps the most notable features in this easily understood dining room. The fifth is eclectic eats. If you’re in the marketplace for a new dining set, resist the urge to grab the matching server and china cabinet. Instead, take a trip around the store and look for pieces that may highlight or even contrast your table and chairs.
Two-toned pieces and painted finishes make it easy to create a great-looking combination. Contemporary style is the sixth dining room interior design. Contemporary dishes often feature a limited number of components, aiming to extract as much flavor as possible out of each ingredient. On the plate, presentation is clean and simple, much like contemporary dining furniture. With this style, less is more. A sleek, streamlined table and minimalistic accessories are a great foundation for your modern space. Stunning focus is the next design. In any dining space, the table is the most important element.
For a formal look, you can’t go wrong with traditional style furniture. If making your friends and family feel at ease around the dining table is important to you, then you’re sure to love our recipe for dining in comfort. Just like you, we relish the chance to slow things down, enjoy a delicious meal and connect with guests. Many things go into making a relaxing get-together, not the least of which are good company and good food. But above all, be sure there’s plenty of luxurious seating on hand to keep your guests at your table for hours.
The eight and nine one is eat-In Kitchen Comfort and natural. We spend plenty time in the kitchen, so it only makes sense that we should be comfortable. This charming, off-the-kitchen moment is inviting with its cushiony, upholstered armchairs. Your dinner guests will never want to get up! Beyond having the right furniture, your kitchen’s ambience can have a big impact on how long you and your company want to linger after the meals over. We chose soft, sage green walls and muted blue window treatments for the soothing tone they set. Organic-themed accents echo the elegant pattern of the chairs and add a nice touch of natural beauty.
The last is cute dining room. Whether you have an eat-in kitchen, breakfast nook or converted dining room, there are a few smart storage features you’ll want to seek out to curb clutter. Enter a counter-height table with built-in storage. Not only will it help free up your kitchen cabinets, you’ll always know where to find things like formal table settings that you only use around the holidays.