Chateau elegance, a laidback mixture of differing textures Redecorating your dining room is the hardest challenge of all. Not only do you have to think about the focal piece – the dining table – you have think about texture, materials, colours and layout to make the most of your rooms. Here’s
a different looks which I think work great.
1. Modern opulence – with printed wall paper still the rage, this is the perfect way to combine the trend with ornate accessories which including dark accents. Those black vases work wonders in an otherwise neutral room.
2. Pristine white – This maybe cheating since it’s actually a kitchen/diner rather than a dining room but I just loved the fresh look of this. Although white is usually no-no for kitchens, I think this coastal-style is great for making the room look as spacious and light as possible.
3. Hotel room chic- I have to say when I stumble across this I thought the room very similar to a posh hotel room. I included it because it shows what you can do with relatively small space or even if you have a living room combined with a dining room. I really like the symmetry and turquoise furnishings.
4. Modern with a capital M – If you’re going for the minimalist modern look then this is the one to aim for. Clean lines, clinical with not a hint of clutter or colour and a gorgeous wooden roundtable fit for the knights of the realm.
5. Chateau elegance – At first glance this dining room looks like a ramshackle mixture of sofa and chairs. But I love the differing textures of fabric, metals and tiles in what looks like a building offering lots of natural light. It’s incredibly reminiscent of a Parisian café.