Interior Design

Whether you’re hosting a holiday dinner party or gathering around the table for a weeknight meal, the dining room is where people come together. It’s the spot in the home that encourages you to celebrate your signature style. From modern to traditional, get inspired by these stylish ideas.


1.Play with colors

Just as gold adds an on-trend feel to an outfit, the warm tones of scrubbed gold flatware and blown up glasses add finesse and life to a casual table.


2.Dining below the stairs

Even small spaces need a designated dining area. The nook below the stairs of this loft creates the perfect space. The addition of a small chandelier ties the nook together.


3.Mix color & style

To have a fresh, bright dining room, Play with furniture styles to achieve a personalized look. Just unify with color. These red lacquer wall adds a bold punch of color that coordinates with the interiors of this space.


4.Give a dose of tradition

The traditional dining room is a simple space devoted solely to hosting and feasting. While it’s a room that may be used infrequently, it is ideal for large get-togethers, family dinners and celebrations.


5.Lighten up with windows

Natural lighting makes a dining room magnetic. Let a great quantity of light come in. The bay windows provide the elegant look, not only a great load of light. This kind of window will draw attention to your house. When the curtains are opened, the bench can be a cozy place to chit chat with best friend or reading a book pleasurably. When it is closed, it can be a lovely backdrop for your dining room.


6.Make a small space for dining look bigger

Furnishing with a round table and armless dining chairs is a great idea to visualize your dining room look bigger. This dining room feels airy and open even though the space is small.


7.Build a banquette

Built-in banquette seating is a great option if you’re short on space. It not only complements seating, but the space under the seat can also be used for storing. Using the same furniture fabric helps tie together the mixed seating in this space.


8.Give emphasis to architectural details

Icing architectural features with a complementary shade color. The stark white of this mantel pops against the gray-brown of the walls and allows each feature to uphold its importance.


9.Take benefit of the view

You can highlight the view outdoor of your dining space, keeping your furnishings and decorations simple. This dining table is centered in front of swimming pool, and the space is tempered with simple and cozy interiors.


10.Create a casual feel

Just because the dining room is usually a formal space doesn’t mean you can’t go for a more casual feel. Mixing high-back furnished seating with low, slipcovered chairs with matching chairs in this room gives it an exotic flourish look.


11.Drape the dining room

Use drapes to bring quality to your dining room. Curtain pieces transverse the whole wall in this dining room. The sheer fabric still lets natural light to filter into the space.


12.Wall hangs as art

Use a hanging system – A simple picture rail with different plate sizes suspended neatly from it is an easier way to create a symmetrical display than using a tape measure and a set of picture hooks.


13.Raise the fireplace

This is the stuff. The modern style fireplace with tile pattern and custom wood shelving gives the dining area a perfect look and feel.


14.Introduce a combination of seating arrangement

Give an everyday dining space a casual vibe with a combination of seating arrangements, like the wing chairs, curvy settee, and burlap-topped benches that circle this dining table. All these worked perfectly well for this dining area!


15.Dining room with grand ceiling

A place where, if you ask, the beautiful plate of food should be the most outstanding thing. The subtle hues chosen for this dining room are certain to become deeper and warmer after dark, and that delicate chandelier will bring sparkle to any gathering.


16.Dining room with unique chandelier

The dining room retains a clean and contemporary feeling. Because the lighting is usually the main focal point of the dining room, a unique chandelier makes a nice statement.


17.Vintage dining room

Whether your house is a suburban split-level, a coastal Colonial, or a city apartment, vintage decor can look right at home. Whether you love bold color and pattern or you find yourself drawn to rooms that are more simple and clean, there can be a place for vintage decor in your dining room.


18.Splash of green goodness

If you happen to have a black and white dining room, this style to decorate with green is the one that works best. And in case you are not happy with the look, you can always switch out these accents.