A Better and Clever Way To Make Your Dining Room Shine
Want to redo your dining room decoration but don’t know where to start? Wallpapers, art, lighting and furniture are the first things you need to get your head into. And we’ve got just the right amount of inspo to get you started!
If you want your dinner party to look like it came from the beach itself, make sure to have your walls blue. A great way of combining the best of both worlds, this will make your dining room decor have the bluest of the sky with the lighting that seems fit – lanterns. In a blue and white dining room, these will pair just perfectly.
As we’re in the summer season, we need to take into account all the great decor items of the season! That’s why we bring you the flower power! Next time you go shopping make sure those flower curtains go with you!
Charles by DelightFULL
Well, there goes a new trend on the block! Hand-painted tea paper by De Gournay seems to be the next step for your dining room decorating ideas! A must-have for the next year, in the picture above we see first hand how femininity and the soothing tones of the paper have the prowess of turning a dining room around.
Amy by DelightFULL
Animal print, although a bit forgotten, is still around. Just be careful to not fall into the ordinary and get those blue tones around! Get inspired by these turquoise zebra print dining room chairs and with a less formal dining room chandelier, you’ll go to places.
With a formal dining room, every step needs to be very carefully detailed. This lake retreat has a formal dining room area where the rustic and the refine meet with no strings attached. Making this possible you could only have a wood plank table adorning your retreat, perfect for those 14+ friends and family!
Peggy by DelightFULL
Wallpaper for ages
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.