We’re getting closer to spring, folks! Are you ready to freshen up your interior? Start with some new tableware purchases that showcase the latest design trends, from pastels and metallics to hand-drawn style. Today we round up some of our favorite kitchen and dining finds, many of them new arrivals from the spring collections. Enjoy browsing as you dream of warmer days and vibrant tabletop style!
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.
There are times when the kitchen in the backdrop or the living room in the foreground brings color to the Scandinavian dining space with banquette. All you need to do here is repeat the dominant hue of the living area or the kitchen in the dining space, but with subtlety and discretion. Pendant lighting above the corner banquette and additional chairs around the dining table can also add color to the classy Scandinavian space.
It is walls that bring much of the color to the Victorian dining room, and if red and gold do not seem appealing enough (or far too audacious), then maybe it is time you toned down the 'richness' just a bit and turned to blue. Even the brightest shade of blue creates a more relaxing dining room when compared to red, and the walls can still seem equally engaging with stylish molding, vintage wall art, rare oil paintings and even custom wallcoverings ushering in all the contrast you need.
Even though most homeowners love to combine modern and contemporary styles with an Asian-inspired dining space, you need not always be bound by this norm. Get a touch creative and consider what looks best in your own house and how the style will interact with the kitchen and living room next to the dining area. Those who love a mash of industrial and Asian styles can give their lovely dining room an exposed brick wall backdrop coupled with decorative pieces from the Far East. It is pretty simple to combine a Japanese design style with minimalism, and you should not have too much trouble mixing shabby chic or even traditional dining room elements with your newfound love for Asian design.
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