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Dining Rooms
Dining Rooms

Dining Rooms

Countless breakfasts, brunches and Sunday roasts are spent around the dining table, therefore it’s crucial to choose dining room decoration that suits your space and lifestyle. As you’ll see from the dining room design ideas below, the possibilities are endless. We’ve got plenty of interior design ideas for a dining room, whether you’re looking to create a modern dining space or pine for a rustic living area, complete with distressed oak furniture and comfortable, hand-woven seat cushions.

La Dolce Vita

Dining Rooms - La Dolce Vita

This rustic stone dining table contrasts with the softness of the woollen rug, stealing the show in this light-filled dining room. Glassware and light accessories make a dark table stand out and tie in nicely with the crittall window. For finishing touches, artificial blooms add flourishes of warm purple and red, carrying the integral warmth from room to room.


Another Day In Paradise

The dining room looks as if it belongs to someone with lots of hobbies and interests. Sets of mirrored bookshelves frame the entrance whilst the walls bear yacht, seaweed and bird prints. Clear glass tableware brings more reflective elements to the room and smartens an otherwise relaxed space, along with a lively red rug covering most of the floor. A range of vegetable-themed accessories overlooks the grand stone dining table.

Dining Rooms - Another Day In Paradise

The dining room looks as if it belongs to someone with lots of hobbies and interests. Sets of mirrored bookshelves frame the entrance whilst the walls bear yacht, seaweed and bird prints. Clear glass tableware brings more reflective elements to the room and smartens an otherwise relaxed space, along with a lively red rug covering most of the floor. A range of vegetable-themed accessories overlooks the grand stone dining table.

Dining Rooms - Another Day In Paradise



Off The Beaten Track

Dining Rooms - Off The Beaten Track

This is an open plan kitchen/dining room for those who enjoy entertaining, the host can chat with family or friends whilst cooking up a storm. Natural touches contrast with subtle metallic accents, such as the brass-studded chairs and a couple of Parisian-style hanging lamps, which smarten the space. There’s plenty to look at: Aztec-print textiles, a picture of a cityscape and the large greyhound ornament make the room feel lived in and loved.


Riverside Residence

This rustic stone dining table contrasts with the softness of the woollen rug, stealing the show in this light-filled dining room. Glassware and light accessories make a dark table stand out and tie in nicely with the crittall window. For finishing touches, artificial blooms add flourishes of warm purple and red, carrying the integral warmth from room to room.

Dining Rooms - Riverside Residence

This rustic stone dining table contrasts with the softness of the woollen rug, stealing the show in this light-filled dining room. Glassware and light accessories make a dark table stand out and tie in nicely with the crittall window. For finishing touches, artificial blooms add flourishes of warm purple and red, carrying the integral warmth from room to room.

Dining Rooms - Riverside Residence



The Dark Side

Dining Rooms - The Dark Side

A narrow and elegant dining table is ideal for an open plan dining room as it doesn’t encroach upon the sitting area too much. When not in use, it becomes an extension of the living room and the table top can be piled with books or interestingly coloured pots. The muted pink and brown rug complements the walls and velvet dining chairs, whilst bold colour comes from the artwork and cushions.


Highland Fling

Dining Rooms - Highland Fling

In this Scottish-themed dining room, your eye is drawn to the light and dark contrast. The table is the ‘piece de resistance’ in this atmospheric dining space and is decorated with antlers and foliage which complement the Scottish narrative. A majestic chandelier sits over the dining space, adding to the dramatic ambience.


Park Life

The understated, modern, pared-back kitchen is at the heart of this home. High ceilings and wooden floors expose the room, further accentuated by natural light and a neutral colour scheme, but the addition of plenty of seating around the table and kitchen island, and a blend of various wooden finishes on furniture and accessories makes it warm and welcoming.

Dining Rooms - Park Life

The understated, modern, pared-back kitchen is at the heart of this home. High ceilings and wooden floors expose the room, further accentuated by natural light and a neutral colour scheme, but the addition of plenty of seating around the table and kitchen island, and a blend of various wooden finishes on furniture and accessories makes it warm and welcoming.

Dining Rooms - Park Life



Feng Sue

For an open-plan dining room, it’s important to create a separate space with its own identity, which still works with the rest of the room. Separated by an olive tree, the dining room is a dark contrast to the light and airy sitting room, and uses oriental-inspired and sculptural pieces to bring the whole room together. Consoles as room dividers and screens as statement wall art give the space a more contemporary feel.

Dining Rooms - Feng Sue

For an open-plan dining room, it’s important to create a separate space with its own identity, which still works with the rest of the room. Separated by an olive tree, the dining room is a dark contrast to the light and airy sitting room, and uses oriental-inspired and sculptural pieces to bring the whole room together. Consoles as room dividers and screens as statement wall art give the space a more contemporary feel.

Dining Rooms - Feng Sue