Corners in a room are grossly underutilized and a tiny breakfast nook with plush banquette-style seating can put any forgotten corner to good use. Many of these seats also come with the advantage of built-in storage units underneath giving you a perfect blend of dreamy aesthetics and practicality.
A dining room that plays with the tones of white and darker wood is calling for a rug that can channel the best of both – giving the white a dim contrast so it can stand out and giving the wood a similar color to match it. A shade of beaver brown seems like a fitting choice especially if the rug is decorated with some lovely patterns!
If you want to give the modern dining room a more nature-centric look then choosing the right décor is as important as the color scheme. A vintage hutch or credenza in the backdrop can give even the most contemporary of dining rooms a traditional touch.
The is a CB2 find and you can get a similar look with this piece. Placing greenery in a bowl is a bit unexpected and it keeps the centerpiece low and striking. You can even line the middle of your table with a trio of greenery-filled brass bowls.
This dining room looks nearly royal and its secret seems to lie in consistent color tone of light cream – almost completely white. All of the elements are matching with the rug being no exception and we simply love how keeping everything in just one color shade can bring out so much nobility.
The were a bargain buy at an outlet but this season there are plenty of options to choose from. This World Market selection caught our eye as did these gorgeous napkins from Etsy. The Emory is from Crate & Barrel.