Dining Room / February 19, 2018 / Celine Guajardo.
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.
If you have one formal and one casual dining space, you can really go to town with different chair designs for both. A casual spot will do best with sociable, comfy seating that naturally leads to conversation, whereas a formal setting is where you can play around with luxury fabrics. If you only have one dining room, you're going to need to combine all of these elements in one set of chairs, if possible!
A simple circular table is perfect for intimate settings and cozy conversations. The Scandinavian item here makes a style statement for instance, with its natural wood finish, smooth surfaces and lightweight look. The trendy and mismatched chairs in black and white lend a stylish monochromatic vibe against the bright blue wall. In comparison with rectangular dining tables, round tables may take up a little more space within your dining room, so consider whether you prefer to maximize the usage of your space with storage or with aesthetics.
Finally, how stringent are you about having a perfectly matching set of chairs? Maybe it would work a little better to give the kids a bench seat to enjoy, while you and the other adults all have proper chairs? Or maybe you all want a personalised vintage chair that you've painted yourself? Either way, get out of the mindset that each chair has to be exactly the same.