I’ve been searching for modern dining room inspiration lately. Ever since we moved into our home, I have wanted to change the look of our dining room, but have struggled with what would not only look beautiful but also be practical. This means I have spent hours scouring Pinterest and designers websites looking for something to spark an idea. The result is, I still haven’t found just the right “thing” for our dining room makeover, but I sure have found some incredibly beautiful spaces to pin on my Pinterest boards.
This simple and traditional farmhouse style dining room really speaks to my personal aesthetic. I love the warmth of the cabinets against the painted walls. I also love the mix of chairs and the rustic painted table. To me this dining room is charming and inviting in the best possible way.
DRAMATIC ACCENT WALL
I am in love with the accent wall in this dining room. The three dimensional aspect adds so much interest to the room and the color works perfectly to soften the space. I also adore the square table. This, to me is a perfect transitional dining room.
The amazing Liz Marie, over at Liz Marie Blog really knows how to do farmhouse. Her beautiful dining room is ever changing with accessories, lighting and decor and I love to see the transformations she creates. This version of her dining room is my favorite. The crisp white chairs, rustic wood table and chippy cabinet are all so charming and inviting! I’m ready to sit down for dinner!
I absolutely love to mix styles and decor in unexpected ways and this modern meets vintage dining room is the perfect combination. The mix of classic chevron floors and ultra traditional fireplace and mirror, alongside the modern velvet chairs in soft pastel tones is just stunning to me. Add in some black and white photo prints and I’m sold!
Have you guys heard of HYGGE? I hadn’t until about a year ago. I kept hearing this word used to describe a particular style or aesthetic. It wasn’t until just recently that I did some research and discovered that it is a Danish word that means cozy, charming, comfortable and simple. (I’m sure it encompasses more that that but for design purposes, that is the general idea) Anyway, this cozy dining room is the perfect representation of hygge to me. I love the simple lines and bench seat, the splash of color on the table and the warm gray glass doors behind.