In fact, we can see this exact strategy below, thanks to these aqua, grey and navy Embossed Ceramic Bowls from Urban Outfitters. You’re free to purchase just one, but don’t they look fabulous in a set?! Many of today's top product photos feature pastel items set against a rich-toned backdrop, and this Set of 4 Bloom Plates from Crate & Barrel couldn‘t be more striking on the dark wooden tabletop below. Watercolor style is alive and well, and the four different color palettes presented in the design of the plates are the perfect way to add variety to your tabletop.
Not happy with the more traditional, standalone hutch? Maybe you would like a modern version of this timeless piece that is built into the dining room wall. There are plenty of contemporary reinterpretations of the china hutch that fit into even the tiniest space, and the many finishes on offer guarantee that it blends in with the other decor pieces in the dining space. Those looking for a balance between modern and traditional might prefer midcentury hutches that bring together the best of both worlds. Mediterranean, farmhouse, transitional or coastal – there is a perfect hutch for every style and space out there!
Japanese design-inspired gardens and bathrooms are already pretty popular globally, and Zen-style Asian designs offer a welcome change from the routine in mundane urban settings. You can even go a step further and turn to Feng Shui to create a harmonious home. With the many options available, we take a look today at the 40 best dining rooms with Asian style that vary from the minimal to the extravagant.
Putting together a dining room with a live-edge table is much more about the rest of the room than the table itself. A top quality natural-edge table with a beautiful finish will most likely be an expensive purchase (even if you buy it from your local craftsman), but it is well worth the money spent. There are always cheaper alternatives around, but we suggest you buy the best table you can afford, as this will help you reduce costs in the long run. Adding a small natural-edge bench crafted from the same wood as the table, a beautiful credenza or buffet in a different wooden finish, or even just a small side table in the corner can give the room a more curated look.
When it comes to banquettes that need to fit in with Scandinavian design, it is best to use color in moderation. It is often the plush seating of the banquette that brings color to these dining spaces, but a wiser option would be to keep the bench seat as neutral as possible. Instead, turn to throw pillows, cushions and other decorative pieces to add color to the banquette dining area. This gives you plenty of decorating flexibility, and you can change the accent colors as trends wax and wane over time. It keeps the core design of the dining space constant.
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