were seen as a thing of the past just a few years ago. It was especially considered a big ‘no-no’ in the 90’s that saw shift towards more polished and less natural materials in home design.
Additions like the copper pendants from Tom Dixon also serve as timeless pieces that will serve you well for years to come. A gorgeous piece of wall art in the backdrop a bright rug that delineates the dining area or even just a few comfy chairs in brown can do the trick.
If you want to send guests home with a token of thanks that can be enjoyed year-round try a small potted succulent in a geo planter as shown below: Finally add the picture-perfect dash of fall style. Below we see how the warm golden tone of the produce pops against the cool grey of the runner:
If you love color you’ll be excited about the interesting hues on display this season. Scandinavian style has greatly influenced this fall’s top color choices so bring on the peach wine teal dusty blue and eggplant.
If you really wish to accentuate this aspect of the dining room then consider a live-edge dining table that is both unique and exceptional in every sense of the word. A cool credenza hutch or even sideboard in wood that complements the dining table is a smart way to repeat woodsy charm in the room without going overboard.
The simplistic tones of the banquette paired with the dark chairs create a calming environment with just a dash of edge. Suitable for minimalist homes with uncluttered decor! Take a look at Simo Design.