Cool Dining Rooms. While it's a room that may be used infrequently, it is ideal for large get-togethers, family dinners and celebrations. The pale blue-gray and crisp white walls and light fixture as well as the color-block marble table are.
The scuffed-up door establishes the room's layered-over-time vibe, making the secondhand farm table, mismatched seating, and garage sale rug look cool and collected, not hodgepodge. Installing a dimmer switch will allow you to. These glowing, centerpiece lights create the perfect mood for dining and entertaining guests.
In this open dining room, muted brick, warm wood tones and matte black combine for a timeworn yet fresh feel.
In this dining room from home.at.goldlay, a cool light gray acts as the canvas for bold oranges, yellows, and reds throughout the space.
See more ideas about Dining room design, Dining room decor, Dining. Ideally, the rug should be both functional and fashionable; the right rug will anchor your space, provide a well-balanced feel to the room, and still be practical enough to handle the occasional spill. The shabby chic fixture elevates the space without leaving a fussy impression.