When we speak the term"dining room"seems something very old, does not it? After all, the dining room has become an increasingly rare room at home due to the ever smaller size of the property. I think the more correct term for the present day would be dining area. However, in one house or another, it exists, only in a more casual and fun dress, different from the formal air of yesteryear. The dining room, once used only for family dining, has become an atmosphere of conviviality and relaxation. It has become the ideal place to receive friends! Well an extension of the living room as it has nothing more to it than gathering family and friends around a table to have meals, is not it? And with the importance of this room in mind, we have separated 15 rooms and dining areas so that everyone can be inspired without fear of being happy!
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Modern dining rooms usually have a minimalist design, without much information, with just a few pieces of furniture that already occupy and tone the space. However, it is still worth experimenting with various types of textures and materials, especially if you enjoy this more modern footprint that we present here. That is, you can choose a glass top dining table, colored chairs and an incredible wooden foot! However, try not to mix many different design elements so that the final result will be smoother. Keeping the walls white with just a few modern prints or works of art that fit the rest of the dining room decor can be a good request.
Photograph: Alexander Jowett
Another element that can make the difference of the decor of your dining room is a pendant on the table! It is amazing how this lighting item can work miracles for an environment.
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