From fabulous wooden siding to wooden ceilings and slats that combine privacy with insulation wood is quickly becoming the go to material in the contemporary interior. So why not jump in on this natural bandwagon by bringing wood into your dining room?
Simple and breathable is what comes to mind when admiring this lovely kitchen corner found at A Gentlewoman. The neutral toned banquette plays an important part in the minimalist setting of this adorable space.
However tiny in size a banquette can always look grand; the secret is in the styling. Gentle color tones of this little corner create an appearance of spaciousness while the denim blue banquette softens the presence of wood. See how it looks at House & Hound!
Consider including at each place setting. Small white pumpkins make a lovely addition to the Thanksgiving table. also work well with a grey and neutral palette. For a fun seasonal idea place a pumpkin on top of each napkin as shown below. Wash off each pumpkin before adding it to the table (to ensure that the napkins remain clean).
Finally a banquette that fits a family big in size! Eating your meals together shouldn’t be taken for granted so build a banquette big enough to fit everyone and enjoy many more family moments together! Picture by Amber Interiors.
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.