dining-rooms. Tuesday , January 23rd , 2018 - 07:15:07 AM
This dining room is quite minimalist. There isn’t a lot of furniture or decoration, but what there is really packs a punch. From the exposed brick wall to the huge Belle de Jour artwork via the ghost chair and pink vase, every piece serves a stylish purpose. An extension has opened up the ground floor layout in this property. It now ticks all the boxes for modern-day living, with its dining area, lounge and kitchen all in one room. Bifold doors provide easy access to the garden, too, and the views make the space seem even bigger.
Add some artisan charm to your dining room scheme with a block-print tablecloth. Opting for a single print in a neutral scheme is a great way to focus attention and enliven a simple space. Pops of bright contrast colour on shapely tableware and accessories are a fitting accompaniment to the crisp design.
This Image Add some brightness to a white kitchen with colourful accessories. This striped tablecloth wasn’t a large purchase but it makes a big impact in this scheme. Modern white chairs work really well here, too, keeping the look sleek. This orangery-style dining area has light flooding into it, making it the perfect bright space for a gathering. It’s not just the structure that’s noteworthy, though. Pretty pink prints on the tablecloth, bunting and cushions make this space into the homely room it deserves to be.
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