Dining Room / January 26, 2018 / Kaya Vincent.
If your overall home decor follows a delicate and sophisticated route, a dining table with subtle silhouette can be ideal for you. Take a cue from the Nordic design here, with its slim lines and stylish cosiness. Grey and white pairs with light-hued wood and floral patterns for a visual impact that is endearing, and it complements the floor too.
For conventional and spacious dining areas, a rectangular table is always a safe choice. It seats many diners together, and help them to interact smoothly without getting in each other’s way. Go for a sleek one with modern chairs and jazz up the setting with trendy or quirky pendant lights as shown here.
The style of table you have selected will directly impact on which chairs will work. For example, you'll often find that circular tables can accommodate far wider seats and even high backs will work well, wheres more angular designs often require compact chairs, as they'll have legs to contend with.
Integrated kitchen and dining areas are quite the trend nowadays, particularly in homes where floor space is a premium. In such cases, introducing a sleek table that is fixed to the wall at one end can be a smart move. Team it up with modern and discreet stools which can be stashed away under the table when not in use, and hence leave more space for movement. Add a couple of vibrant artworks on the wall or a potted green in the corner to jazz things up.