Perfect for family gathering filled with fun.
Rustic dining rooms are something that we always looked upon being a family dining room and after all, they really are looked upon in the modern times. But why? They’re cosy, familial and filled with a warm aura. And who says they can’t be as modern as ever? Grab your seats because we’re going to show you the 5 dining rooms to make an epic family gathering.
DISCOVER MORE: Dining Room Rules: Why Are Rugs So Important?
Rustic wood flooring just gives an extra touch to any dining room decor. If you truly want to achieve that true feeling of the rustic style, then this is the way to go. If you don’t have this choice you can always sand your flooring.
The rustic dining room style just loves splashes of colour here and there. Why not have it in your curtains? Combined with wood chairs and the traditional wood cabinet and china exposed in it, makes the perfect homage to this style.
An open floor plan can be tricky if you want to stick to a style. Although it can be a bit difficult no one said it was impossible right? So, get your dining area guide, and let’s get decorating. The tip: choose a chandelier that makes the room beam and combines with the details and you’ll set!
The rustic feeling can be achieved in several ways. This time we’re going for the summer vibes and we’re set on having the outdoor coming back and make it indoors! If you have glass doors then this is the perfect time to take advantage of it – the rest? Just add wood. Wood all over.
If you want to define your style and go bold, then this is the perfect way to achieve it. Bold colours to make a statement and to define a way of living. Go for the colours of the season and put your hands to work on firey red and splashing yellows.
DISCOVER MORE: Dining Room Rules: This Is The Right Lighting Time
You can visit our Pinterest boards in order to get more inspirations for your dining room lighting. Get more ideas for your projects and find functional, stylish and sizable lighting and furniture choices. Make sure to download our ‘Interior Design Tips for a Well-Lit Home‘ eBook.