Typically, dining rooms are rather boring, and don’t get nearly as much consideration from an interior design perspective as other rooms in the home. We tend to just put a table and chairs in there and leave it at that. Yet with a little thought they can be just as stylish as anywhere else in the home, and a space you actually want to spend time in.
Every detail of this dining room has been attended to, from the lush green velvet chairs, to the crystal chandelier, to the unconventional piece of art hanging on the wall.
Dining rooms can be as unique and as individual to you as any other room in the home – don’t be afraid to make it yours, just as you would any other space.
Industrial-chic decor, with its focus on function as well as style, is particularly well suited to the dining room.
Simple in its design, this dining room is nonetheless an attractive and appealing space in which to spend time.
This light and airy dining room brings the outdoors in with its abundance of greenery, and is all the more welcoming for it.
A traditional country-style dining room, made just that bit more interesting with the addition of the unusual chandelier and the hammered grey chairs.
It’s more of a dining nook, but this eclectic little space is still ideal for having a few friends round for some food and drinks.
Who says your dining room has to have a table with matching chairs, or even all chairs for that matter? Mixing up styles or seating types will give the space more of a casual vibe.
Much like this charming collection of mismatched chairs and table, which nevertheless complement each other beautifully.
The minimalist fuchsia-coloured dining table above, set against the dark decor of the room, makes for a dramatic dining space.
In this dining room, the dining table and chairs are themselves rather ordinary, but the wall decor is striking, making it somewhere you really would enjoy spending time.
This plain room has been easily transformed into somewhere far more interesting with the simple addition of a few pops of colour.
Pops of colour can look great, but then so can a full on colour explosion – yes, even in a dining room.
How about a truly unique dining experience? A swing table that allows you and your guests to relax after a good meal, without the usual formalities.
You won’t come across very many dining tables made from old doors, which is why this dining room is particularly memorable.
Even the smallest of dining rooms can be chic and sophisticated. What the room above lacks in space, it certainly makes up for in style.