Laurent. Dining room. August 23rd , 2017.
Adjust the contrast, get the best out of grey with monochrome additions. Take on the trend of the decade with a strong statement wall in slate grey. Break up the density with white storage to instantly freshen the mood. Create depth and interest with a triangular display of arty black and white framed prints. Bring in pale wood dining furniture with smart grey upholstery and an exciting accent colour – such as the zingy yellow of this stylish rug.
Feature window, take inspiration from your favourite time of year- an interesting white curtain pelmet is reminiscent of fairground bunting in this cheerful white and pink dining room, and unique accessories such as a large candelabra and floral tablecloth will provide talking points for guests.
Dark wood and neutrals, neutral colours and a cleverly placed mirrored wall keep this room feeling light and spacious against dark mahogany antique furniture. Contemporary artwork complements the colour scheme and keeps the look fresh and up-to-date.
Go for green, if your dining room overlooks the garden (or even if it doesn’t), consider a green decorating scheme to bring a little of the outdoors in. Choose an uplifting vibrant shade and team it with modern pattern for a stimulating scheme. Offset the bold with refreshing white and pretty leaf motif accessories. Use curtains to carry pattern – this loose chevron design in the same tone is an effective way of adding a refreshingly graphic edge while softening the bold colour choice.
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