White is a calming force in this traditional dining area, and white seating combined with a white tablecloth creates a soothing, elegant feel. When a checkered floor is involved, a classic white-on-white approach is a stunning answer. Especially when the tablecloth is topped with a vase of vibrant flowers. A white tablecloth can also evoke a sense of glamour, especially when reflective surfaces and crystalline shine are involved. White stylishly saturates the dining room below, in addition to icy flourishes. White is the summer-perfect choice for patio tablecloths, and when a blue grid is set against a pure background, the result is as fresh as a lemon slice!
How refreshing are these Easter Egg Tea Towels from West Elm, which replace traditional chick and bunny motifs with abstract eggs featuring a variety of colors and patterns?! Fabulous! Last but not least, we feature the Mooreland Dishtowel from Anthropologie, designed by Starla Michelle Halfmann. It‘s the next best thing to hanging a vibrant canvas in your kitchen.
This eye-catching white tablecloth with black trim is a Crate and Barrel piece that has been embellished with grosgrain ribbon. The look is relaxed yet upscale. It‘s amazing how one simple addition can make such a big difference! We now shift gears from shopping and customizing to design inspiration, starting with simple, crisp tablecloths in equally crisp settings. This dining area with a view is draped in neutral tones. A tablecloth in cream is a fitting choice for the space.
Above and below we see the Riviera Table Runner, along with Crisp Dinnerware in blue-green, seafoam and chartreuse. Don‘t be afraid to combine a range of green tones, which will add depth (and even a sense of tropical decadence). Another retailer embracing tropical style this season is Home. They take the look in a bright direction by adding shades of teal and turquoise. Black and white is a classic combination, but when showcased in earthy patterns, it takes a wonderfully breezy turn. Zara Home is leading the pack this season when it comes to this laid-back style, which happens to work with any paint color that covers your walls!
Geo patterns find their roots in midcentury design, and while the 60's might have seen a shift to less `clean` and more vibrant flowery patterns, a blend of both eras can work beautifully. Geo patterns in the dining room can be brought in by much more than just the wallpaper or drapes, as chairs covered in bright fabric with a striking pattern or even a dining table with a checkered top can do the trick.
Hit Thumbnails to Open Galleries of Ideas for a New Dining Room Style Below
Hit One of The Thumbnails Below to Get More Dining room Ideas
5 Recent Posts