Start with linen textiles, like the Checked Linen Tablecloth featured above and below. Throw in a few interesting tableware pieces, like this Black Graffiti Effect Glass Tumbler, which creates a sophisticated yet relaxed look in the dining room. Patterned dishware takes on a tribal look with a series of dotted diamonds, as shown on the Two-toned Printed Porcelain Bowl. Don‘t hesitate to mix in some wooden pieces, which will add a tropical vibe, especially if you feature greenery in your centerpiece. Home is currently offering a range of black and white pieces, such as the Tea Towel shown below. Last but not least, when your black and white tabletop is accented with fruit, there‘s an undeniable tropical feel. Plus, fruit makes the perfect outdoor centerpiece, as shown on CB2‘s Escale Cooler Cart.
In fact, the collection even includes Asian-style dessert plates that are inspired by Japanese family crests, proving you can mix and match blue and white dinnerware patterns. Don‘t forget that you can accent blue and white tabletop palettes with bright hues such as red, orange, yellow and turquoise.
Looking for a specific style of round tablecloth that‘s a bit hard to track down? Don‘t forget the power of a custom solution. In fact, a little fabric paint can help you transform a light-colored round tablecloth into a true focal point for your dining room. Not feeling crafty? Another option: having a piece custom-made from the fabric of your choice, like this custom dotted tablecloth below.
Even though it does not seem all too obvious, a beautiful hutch is far more versatile than those built-in cabinets that most of us tend to veer towards in modern dining rooms. For starters, you can easily move around the hutch so that it matches with your latest decorating scheme and seasonal festivities. If you are throwing a weekend party and need additional square footage, then the hutch can simply disappear into another room, while it can take center stage as you host an amazing family dinner on Thanksgiving or Christmas! You can decorate the vintage hutch with much more than just fancy china, as scented candles, artwork and even a festive garland will seem perfectly at home in these vintage and antique displays. Then there is all that added storage space to tuck away tableware that you rarely use. No matter how you look at it, a classic hutch is a dependable and adaptable allay in your quest for that perfect dining room!
Vivacious color, gorgeous patterns that range from geometric to floral, and of course, spaces that are full of personality and effervescence, retro is a style that is unmistakable and at times over the top. It is a style that has been heavily borrowed from in the last few years, and with the cyclic nature of fashion and design making it a hit among the hip crowd, retro design elements coupled with vintage vignettes are currently all the rage. But infusing some of this lively brilliance into your home decor can be hard, especially for a generation that was taught the simplicity of the 90’s and its functional design principles.
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