Textures in the dining room – textures bring good taste
Textures and mixed materials satisfy the need for depth and interest in dining room design. We present some great ideas for textures in the dining room.
In a room where the table is the most important piece of furniture, decorative items can be tempting. The mix of textures and materials in the traditional dining room shows guests the right space. There are a wide variety of options from the crystal chandelier to decorated walls.
A welcoming dining room design with a magnificent chandelier
Here are a few tips for adding textures and materials to the dining room. Beautiful silver on the table and the crystal chandeliers are of vital importance for a traditional dining room. A long mahogany table and antique chairs lend classic elegance to the room. Bright wallpaper make cheerful dining room. Floral centerpieces add a nice traditional feel to the room.
Warmth and elegance in the dining room
An object is more structured and patterned, the harder it is. Note that in the selection of the dining table. If you are looking for a massive wooden table, you can buy a patterned table, because he looks bigger than smooth wood.
Earth tones give the room a sense of positive
Play with a variety of textures to create a contrast in the room. The cozy dining room is an excellent example of mixing patterns. The ceiling and the chandeliers are shiny and glamorous, while the leather to the room adds to manhood.
What’s with this great chandelier?
Make patterns on the ceiling the ceiling low, patterns make visually less space on the walls.
Do you like cool textures?
Panelled walls are a fantastic way to integrate into the area without unwanted colour texture and interest. Vertical pattern of the Panel make the dining room visually appear larger. Patterns can bring emotions into the room.
Beige shades are suitable for the Esszimmerinterior
And what do you mean? See these stylish beautiful dining room with patterned items and share with us your impressions!
Crisp Architects, Su Casa design, Paul Moon design, Suzanne Bellehumeur, Charlie Simmons – Charlie & co. Design, Ltd., Kathleen Burke design, Michael Abrams limited