By Modestine Cerise. Dining Room. Published at Wednesday, May 09th, 2018 - 03:23:14 AM.
Featuring a black and white scheme, this industrial themed dining room is classy and creative. The addition of wood and metal chairs are a great way to embrace a style that celebrates raw elements.
One thing you don’t want to do is buy pieces of furniture that are too big for the room. Keep your furniture scaled to the size of the room to avoid an overcrowding situation, or claustrophobic. A smaller dining room table will be functional as well as it can be a focal point of the room. Lighter color woods give the illusion that the room is bigger, as opposed to darker colored woods, which can visually, eat up the space.
Although the way we dine has evolved over the years, the dining room is still the perfect place to share meal times and memorable moments with friends and family. This multifunctional room is used for everything from daily dinner time with the kids, to weekly Sunday roasts with the extended family and the ever-so-occasional lavish dinner party, so it’s crucial the interior design style matches the versatility of the space.
Whatever you put together, keeping everything in line with the mid 1950’s and the look of today’s modern day décor, you are sure to be able to create the perfect dining room that expresses who you are, and expresses one of the most popular deco eras of all time. Here are some more inspirational pictures to draw your ideas from. Take a look at the following 20 Mid-century modern design dining room ideas.
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