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Dining Room Wall Decor Ideas

When it comes to hanging art, the dining room is probably not the first place that comes to mind.

Most people prioritize their living rooms and bedrooms—after all, you probably spend the bulk of your time in these spaces. But we’re here to make a case for decorating your dining room walls—which can make all the difference to the space!

Without a doubt, picking out dining room wall decor and art can feel like a challenge at first. What subject matter should you choose? Where should you hang art in your dining space? Should you go with one large piece or many smaller pieces?

While there are definitely practical details to consider, like the size of your space and the amount of empty wall space you have to work with, how you approach your dining room wall decor is ultimately up to you. For some guidance, we’ve rounded up 15 stylish ideas for decorating your dining room walls—from how to arrange your pieces to where best to hang art. Keep reading to find out more.

Just starting to furnish your dining space? Check out our essential guide to dining room furniture along with our top picks for dining room rugs. Or if you’re not sure you need an actual dining room, try these alternative uses for an empty dining room design.

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1. Layer Art Along A Buffet

If you have a buffet or sideboard cabinet in your dining space, transform the surface into a showcase for art and objects.

Arrange artworks in varying sizes: Try leaning a few pieces and hanging some up on the wall behind the cabinet to add depth and dimension. This is a great option for those who have a lot of art but not the wall space for all of them, or for apartment renters who want a more casual look that doesn’t require too many holes for hanging.

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2. Add A Single Oversized Piece

For spacious dining rooms or ones with high ceilings and long walls, hanging one large-scale artwork is the best way to create an instant focal point.

Consider an oversize painting with lots of color for a more classic dining room space, or opt for a graphic high-contrast piece that makes for a modern statement in a minimalist setting. The one rule of thumb here? The larger your dining room, the bigger the piece of art.

Need help finding the perfect work for your space? Check out our tips on how to choose art.

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3. Double The Impact With Diptych Art

For a streamlined dining room display, hang a diptych—which is one artwork that spans across two canvases. It’s a stylish option for large dining room walls, which are often easier to fill with fewer, bigger art pieces rather than lots of small artworks.

Additionally, a diptych can be pretty versatile when it comes to how you hang them. You can pair them side by side for a cohesive look or hang them separately on opposite walls to create a more dynamic yet still balanced look that visually ties your dining room together.

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4. Style Up A Gallery Wall

You can’t beat a classic gallery wall arranged around a subject or theme, or just curated from an eclectic selection of captivating artworks. If you can’t decide on a specific style or piece of dining room wall art, this is the best tried-and-true approach.

For those who already have a collection of prints or works, put them in different frames in varying sizes, which will provide more texture and depth when they’re hung together in a gallery wall arrangement. If you’re pulling together a lot of different pieces, lay them out on your floor and find a configuration that works for you first, and check out our tips on how to hang art.

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5. Floating Shelves With Art

Install floating shelves to display art while also adding open storage. In a dining space, floating shelves can be a great way to both store and display dining essentials.

Opt for two long rows of shelving, which allows you to lean art and decorative pieces on the top shelf, while filling the bottom shelf ones that offer space for dinnerware, glasses, and other tableware. If you’re working with a small dining room and need storage that doesn’t take up any floor space, this is the perfect solution.

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6. Open Up With Mirrors

An elegant alternative to art is to bring in an oversize statement mirror to function as dining room wall decor.

With a floor-to-ceiling mirror, choose one that suits your style and don’t be afraid to go tall and wide as long as it fits into your space. In a small dining room, a large mirror can help open up the room immensely by giving the illusion of more space while reflecting more light. However, this is not the most family-friendly option, so it’s not the best idea for dining rooms that are busy with young kids or pets every day.

 

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7. Show Off Unique Textured Walls

In a home where your dining room is surrounded with walls that have textured appeal, such as shiplap, brick, wood paneling, or even plaster, consider skipping art and wall decor altogether.

This is a great way to celebrate the interior architecture of your home by drawing focus to the unique textural details of your dining room walls. If you’re a minimalist, this is the perfect way to highlight your pared-down dining room furnishings through a contemporary clean-lined look.

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8. Make It Pop With Wallpaper

A spectacular wallpaper not only adds color, pattern, texture, and bold impact to your dining room, but it will also serve as a stylish backdrop for your furniture.

Depending on the style of wallpaper you choose, you can easily tailor the look and feel of your overall space to a unique style—be it a stripe, ikat, colorful block print, or even something fanciful like chinoiserie. Just remember that wallpaper is definitely more of a commitment than art, so just be sure you’re ready to take the leap!

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9. Display A Scenic Photograph

You can instantly change the mood and tone in your dining space with a large evocative photograph.

Whether black-and-white or sepia-toned, a large-scale landscape photograph or one depicting a panoramic exterior view functions as a window into another place. It can transport you from your dining space while adding a modern and personal touch. If you love taking your own photos, consider enlarging your favorite print, from your travels or everyday sightings, and turning it into a framed photo for your space.

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10. Brighten Up With Sconces

A pair of wall sconces is both practical and aesthetically elegant in any dining room. They’ll provide a balanced, symmetrical look to your space while also adding a bit of mood lighting.

With sconces, the design and style you choose doesn’t necessarily have to go with your furniture or lighting. In fact, a pair of sconces that are slightly different from the rest of your decor can make for bold, sculptural focal points on your walls that truly stand out. Consider ones with shades for darker, moodier lighting, or go with styles with exposed bulbs for a brighter light.

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11. Play Up Tall Plants

So plants aren’t necessarily wall decor, but a grouping of tall plants and greenery can make for a lush and lively backdrop in your dining space.

Lined up along a wall, tall plants and trees offer a vibrant dose of color, texture, and organic element unlike any art or wall decor. Not only do they bring a bit of brightness and life to your space, they also serve as sculptural accents which make for intriguing focal points that are spread out across your space. If you’re a plant lover, this is the perfect reason to bring in more!

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12. A Sculptural Chandelier

Another way to work in style and intrigue without decorating your dining room walls is to hang a bold sculptural chandelier.

Like a piece of eye-catching artwork itself, a uniquely designed chandelier will center the focus in your dining space. It’s a great way to add instant, sophisticated impact by drawing the eye upwards, and it also makes for functional lighting for your entire space. It’s perfect if you prefer a minimalist look in your dining space but still want an captivating, artful focal point that doesn’t crowd up your walls.

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13. Tapestry

An eclectic alternative to dining room wall art, an elegant woven hanging tapestry can lend a touch of softness as well as textural contrast.

Tapestries beautifully detailed works of art on their own. They come in a range of sizes, styles, colors, and shapes, so choose one that’s in keeping with your dining room furnishings. If your style leans boho or a tad rustic, a tapestry can be a great accent to pair with other patterns, colors, and textures.

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14. Gather Some Wall Baskets

Think of wall baskets as the perfect a sculptural take on the gallery wall. Instead of captivating artworks, a grouping of wall baskets provides the same color and textural appeal but with added depth.

Wall baskets bring a natural decor element to your dining space. In a small dining room, you can hang one behind your dining table for a singular statement piece; or gather a few into a curated arrangement on a small strip of wall. You can even work in a hanging wall basket into your gallery wall of framed art to give it an eclectic look. They’re wonderfully versatile accents in that way.

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15. Create A Mixed-Use Display

On the topic of eclectic gallery walls, consider combining different art and decor elements to create one that truly sets your dining room apart. Think a mix of large and small art pieces, wall sculptures and a floating shelf arrayed with accents and objects, and even a stunning chandelier to top it all off.

This is a great way to play up a look that’s a little more personal and reflects your varied tastes. Play up different art forms, like a mix of paintings and photos, and add favorite objects, like ceramics or mementos, to your console or shelf. The key is to get creative with a fun mix.

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13 Small Dining Room Decor Tips Designers Want You to Know

With WFH and homeschooling still going strong for many families, our dining rooms continue to be do-it-all spaces—aka, the at-home restaurant, office, classroom, and family HQ. But for many of us with small dining rooms, packing in all that function is extra challenging.

So, we’re turning our focus to small dining rooms and how to make the most of them—which is the perfect follow-up to our small living room design tips.

Want more inspo and guidance? Check out our gallery for more dining room design ideas, then get started with the right pieces for your space with our dining room checklist!

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How to Maximize a Small Space

When you have a small space, you want to do everything you can to maximize the square footage you have. That’s why we’re big believers in small space hacks that make any room feel instantly larger. Before we get into specific small dining room design tips, here are some high-level principles that will max out the functionality of even the smallest of rooms.

In a small space, you have to think vertically, maximizing wall space since you don’t have as much floor space to work with. Whether that’s wall-mounted furniture for storage or hanging a sconce rather than having a side table and table lamp, in a small space it’s all about making your walls do some heavy lifting. (This also happens to help the flow of traffic in a small space!)

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You also want to find ways to incorporate hidden storage, so you can max out your space without everything being in plain sight.

And don’t forget about utilizing visual trickery to make your space look larger. Clear and leggy furniture both give the appearance of a more open, airy room. And visual tricks like hanging your curtains higher to draw the eye up or hanging a mirror to help bounce the light and visually open up the space are two of our favorite ways to maximize a small space.

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Small Dining Room Decor Ideas

Want to know how to decorate a small dining room? We’ve rounded up our top 13 small dining room decorating ideas with easy ways to make it work for your home. Read on to make the most of your small space!

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1. Create Better Flow with a Round Table

A good rule of thumb when it comes to small dining rooms? Pick a round or oval table over a square or rectangular one. They create more walk-around space and better flow in a small room. They can also comfortably accommodate more people in a small or narrow room.

Small dining room ideas to try: Try a round bistro table that fits two or four to start. If space is an issue, you can keep it tucked in a corner or against the wall day-to-day, then pull it to the center of the room when entertaining. Pair your round table with armless chairs to further maximize space. Don’t rule out oval tables with leaves that you can add on to extend it to entertain upwards of 10 or more guests!

For help finding the right table for your dining space, consider our guide to dining table sizes and shapes along with our tips for how to choose a dining table.

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2. Opt for a Neutral Palette

Make it a point to streamline your materials and palette. Too many patterns or loud colors can make a small space seem even smaller, so in a small dining room it helps to lean minimal with colors and patterns. Stick to a color scheme that’s simple and cohesive, such as neutrals and natural tones, which will create better visual flow in your small dining space. Woven textures, such as caning and natural fibers, are great for adding an open feel. If you like a little color, bring in pops through art rather than upholstery—a few pieces can go a long way!

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3. Maximize Natural Lighting

In small spaces, good lighting is essential because it helps open up the room. If you have windows, arrange your small dining area near them to maximize natural light for daytime dining. Hang sheers instead of heavy curtains for your dining area windows to allow for the most natural light streaming in.

Small dining room ideas to try: Hang sheers instead of heavy curtains for your dining area windows to allow for the most natural light streaming in. Add a substantial overhead light, like a chandelier or a multi-globe pendant for ample lighting. Shiny, light-reflecting surfaces will help bounce light in a small, low-light space as well.

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4. Stick With a Small-Scale Pendant

Speaking of lighting—good overhead lighting is a must in any dining room. After all, you want to make sure your space is well-lit for evening meals. But in a small space, you don’t want the light fixture to overwhelm the room. So, use a small-scale light fixture so that the overhead light is the right scale for your small dining room table.

Designer Tip: A simple conical or globe pendant light or very airy chandelier will help keep the dining room open while still having a visual impact.

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5. Work Up Your Walls

With any small dining room, vertical space is prime real estate for storage and display, so make the most of them! From showing off decor, like art and mirrors, to adding floating shelves and cabinets that hold your barware and dinnerware, pack your walls with function and style. We love the idea of installing a floating cabinet to hold dinner essentials while keeping storage off the floor to allow for walking space.

Designer Tip: Hang art and wall decor high up to give the illusion of taller ceilings and more space.

Get more storage tricks and ideas with our small space hacks and guide to dining room storage.

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6. Utilize Corners

Every square-foot matters when you’re working with a small dining room. Maximize corners by adding a round table with bench or banquette seating that’s flush against the walls. This works especially great for eat-in kitchen spaces and dining alcoves, where you want a dedicated dining and breakfast nook. After the benches are in place, simply add one or two dining chairs to round out the seating.

See more ways to transform corner areas into compact dining spaces with our tips for how to style a breakfast nook.

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7. Push Your Table Against the Wall

In many dining rooms, the dining table is floating in the middle of the room. But in a small or narrow dining space, you often have to push the table up against the wall. This might feel odd at first, but it will free up walking space. And, if you’re hosting some friends, you can always pull the table off the wall for an evening to fit more people around the table!

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8. Go Minimal and Small-Scale

Bulky furniture often feels visually heavy in small dining rooms. Try bringing in slender furnishings with lightweight and minimal silhouettes, which will provide an open look and feel to a tiny space. Smaller-scale pieces will also help make a small dining area feel larger and more spacious.

Small dining room ideas to try: Stick to furniture with open bases to emphasize an airy look and feel. Opt for seating with slender legs that have a visually minimalist look. Choose a smaller-scale dining table that’s slim and moveable to bring in a lighter, airy vibe.

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9. Add Storage with Open Shelves

Floor space is precious in small dining rooms, but you might still need storage. However, credenzas, which are the typical choice for dining room storage furniture, take up a lot of space. Wall shelves, on the other hand, leave the floor open while still providing some dining room storage. Plus, they’re more flexible and customizable than bulky pieces of furniture.

Small dining room ideas to try: Install floating shelves on the largest wall of your dining room. (It can just be a few or an entire wall of shelves, depending on how much space you have and your storage and display needs.) Fill the shelves with a mix of serving dishes, vases, and perhaps some plants or art. Since it’s open storage, you’ll want to make sure you add pieces that are nice to look at so it’s a styled display.

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10. Save Space with a Bar-Height Table

Bar-height tables can save space in a small dining room, since you can fully (or nearly fully) tuck your bar-height seating underneath your table. This saves on floor space when not eating. But there’s also an optical illusion at play with a bar-height table. Furniture that’s higher off the ground visually looks lighter because there’s less bulk at eye level. So, even if your bar-height table is the same dimensions as a regular dining table, it will create the illusion of more space in your small dining room! Bonus: You can also use this table as a standing desk when working from home!

Need help finding the right stools to go with your bar-height table? Check out our complete guide to counter and bar stools!

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11. Hang (or Lean!) a Mirror

Hanging a wall mirror or incorporating a floor mirror is a classic hack for small spaces to help visually open them up. Mirrors reflect light, which helps open up a room and make the space look larger. Light-reflecting, metallic finishes have a similar effect!

Small dining room ideas to try: Since many small dining rooms don’t have a ton of extra space for decor, a mirror is like a 2-in-1 piece. You get the function of helping visually open up your space, but you can also choose a mirror with a frame or style that complements the rest of your space and adds an intentional decorative touch to your walls.

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12. Use a Bench

Since benches can sit closer to the walls and be pushed fully under tables, they create better flow in a small dining room. When not in use, they save floor space by being tucked under the table. But they’re also great for squeezing more people around a table and are great seating options for kids!!

Designer Tip: Don’t have a dining bench but love the idea of maximizing seating when entertaining? Pull a bench from elsewhere in the house and use it as a temporary dining bench so you can fit more people around the table in your small dining room!

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13. Consider a Glass-Top Table

Clear furniture is a great choice for small spaces, helping create more openness within the room. This makes a glass-top dining table a perfect choice for a small dining room. The transparency allows light to shine through the tabletop—and you can even get away with a slightly larger table if it has a glass top since it feels more open than a solid table.

Designer Tip: If a glass-top table isn’t your style, you could opt for clear, acrylic dining chairs instead, which have a similar effect.

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8 of Our Best Tips for Acing the Mismatched Dining Chairs Trend

Do you want to infuse your dining room with a little personality? Then check out this trend we’re loving: Mismatched dining chairs! Chairs are a dining room essential. And when you mix and match your dining chairs—where all are different, or you have two or three different styles—you bring added character and charm to your dining room.

The mismatched dining chairs trend flies in the face of the all-in-one, perfectly matched dining set. Rather, it’s one of those dining room design ideas that infuses your dining room with extra visual interest and flair! It gives your dining room a less formal, more eclectic style. This is a perfect trend for those who can never pass up a solo chair at a flea market or antique store, giving you the chance to show off the different chairs you’ve collected over the years.

But this look doesn’t have to be overly eclectic. There are more subtle ways to mix and match dining chairs as well—in ways that lean both casual and formal. It all depends on the dining chair styles you use.

Want to get the scoop on how to pull off the mismatched chair trend? Keep reading for our designers’ best tips on how to style a dining room with mismatched chairs.

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1. Consider the Size and Scale

When playing with a mismatched dining chair look, it’s important to consider size and scale. Look for chairs that are roughly the same size but with enough visual variances that they feel like different chairs. This will give the set-up a complementary look while still achieving that eclectic vibe of mismatched chairs.

Stylist Tip: This is especially worth keeping in mind if you’re an antique collector or flea market fiend and are buying chairs one at a time!

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2. Use Mismatched Materials

For a mismatched dining chair look that is less eclectic but still impactful, Try to bookend the length of your dining table with end chairs (also called captains chairs) that add a subtle textural contrast to your space. We used slipcovered chairs in the image above, which adds visual weight and contrast to the slender wooden chairs thanks to the covers’ full silhouette in a soft jute-cotton blend. Other great materials to combine? Wood and cane chairs.

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3. Mix and Match Shapes

For added visual interest around the table, mix and match different chair shapes. You might not realize how much the shape of a chair’s back influences the vibe for a dining room—but they really do have a lot of impact! So, mixing different shapes not only adds nuance to the style of your dining room, but it adds a lot of visual interest as well. The shapes we chose in the design above, with the round and rectangular shapes, veers more formal, while a wishbone chair paired with a rectangular chair would be much more casual—proof that mismatched chairs can suit a variety of looks!

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4. Mind Your Heights

When it comes to mismatched chairs, it’s not an “anything goes” situation. To pull off this look well, you want to make sure all the seat heights are approximately the same. This creates a “level” look and a sense of consistency, even when the styles of dining chairs are quite different. Plus, you want all your dinner guests sitting at the same height, don’t you??

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5. Keep it in the Family

If you’re more of a traditionalist and like the ease of a full dining set, but want the slightly more casual approach that mismatched chairs offers, try mixing chairs from the same family! For example, in the image above, the captain’s chairs are more of a wingback style—but, being from the same brand, they have the same color of legs and upholstery, and both have the nailheads, all of which helps tie this look together into a cohesive whole. This is a great way to play it safe with the mismatched chair trend.

Stylist Tip: Make sure the fabrics are the same, or are different enough that they’re complimentary. If they’re similar but only slightly off it will look like you tried to go for a perfect match and didn’t quite hit the mark. This goes for both the upholstery and the chair legs.

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6. Same Color, Different Style

When trying out mismatched dining chairs, color can be a great unifier. Whether you’re taking the flea market approach and every single chair is different, you have two sets of two chairs, or even two chairs and a pew, like we have above, having them all painted the same gives a common thread to the look. This lets you venture into a wider mix of dining chair styles and shapes, but in a way that will appear complementary!

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7. Sub in a Bench

An alternate take on mismatched chairs? Using a bench on one side of a rectangular table, rather than two chairs. It will give that mis-matched feeling but with a grounding element that benches bring to the table. To get this look, use matching chairs around the rest of the table, and place the bench opposite two matching chairs on the length of the table. Of course, you aren’t limited to a bench. You could also incorporate stools, a pew, or a settee as alternatives to traditional dining chairs, any of which would add extra flair and personality to your dining room.

Stylist Tip: If you don’t want to clutter your dining room with chairs day-to-day, you could always tuck one or two chairs elsewhere in your home, then pull them out when you have company. Check out our guide on where to put spare dining room chairs for some ideas. Just remove the chairs at the ends of the table and add them back in when you need them!

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8. Don’t Forget the Table

When it comes to pulling off the look of mismatched chairs, dining tables are just as much part of the conversation in this trend. With an eclectic mix of chairs, you’ll want to make sure your dining room table is stylistically neutral so it doesn’t compete with the overall look. And, while you can use this trend around any table, round dining tables give you a lot more flexibility to lean into the look. Since you don’t have the formality of the “head” of the table and there’s no natural symmetry, you can get away with more varied chair styles. Without that built-in symmetry, your eye won’t be offended by differences.

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Get Inspired by These 5 Dining Room Designs

You thought hosting season was over? Think again! With Easter and Passover on the horizon, major family gatherings are just around the corner. And even if you don’t celebrate those holidays, a delicious brunch is always a fun excuse to gather around the dining table and catch up with loved ones.

To help get you excited about hosting, we rounded up 5 of our favorite dining room designs for hosts of all styles. Peek inside these 5 dining room design ideas and get inspired for your own space.

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Read on to peek inside 5 of our favorite dining room designs and steal some ideas for yours.

Modsy dining room designMod Visionary

If a modern and trendy dining space is the look you’re after, tune in here. Our Mod Visionary style is all about pairing mid-century shapes with trendy colors and finishes for a space that looks great and is easy to live in.

Full of tapered legs and low-profile furniture, this is a great look if your dining room is on the smaller side. Mid-century inspired pieces open up your room and make it feel lighter and larger than it actually is.

Modsy dining room designRustic Warmth

Create a home that’s warm, inviting, and full of lived-in charm with our Rustic Warmth collection. Who doesn’t love a dining room that’s full of ultra cozy touches?

To get the look try pairing natural finishes in neutral tones with textures galore. For example, linen slipcovered chairs against a dark-washed wood dining table strike the perfect mood in this space.

Modsy dining room designRefined Rustic

Looking for a dining space that fuses classical design with traditional comfort? Look no further than our Refined Rustic collection.

Inside you’ll find refined pieces with vintage touches that together serve up a warm and timeless look. Opt for pieces with classic shapes rendered in weathered woods that aren’t afraid to show their texture. Top it all off with a classically-inspired rug in a warm hue (we love the burnt orange shade of the one shown above).

Modsy dining room designContemporary Minimalist

Light, airy, clean, and sophisticated. If this is how you’d describe your perfect dining room, then you’ll want to check out our Contemporary Minimalist style.

Get the look by pairing streamlined furniture with a neutral palette. Think sleek dining chairs pulled around a glass-top dining table. Be sure to take a minimal approach when styling your space – less is truly more in this style!

Modsy dining room designContemporary Connoisseur

Polished yet casual, cool yet contemporary – this dining room look is perfect if you like a more “beachy” style in your space.

Strike an easy, breezy coastal vibe by pairing natural materials with cool hues. Imagine rattan, jute, and linen alongside art and decor in all shades of blue!

 

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