There is no room that could not use a hint of metallic brilliance to enhance its overall appeal. That glitter and grandeur is only enhanced when you turn to the delight that gold! A dash of gold instantly brings brightness to the room and with currently part of top decorating trends now is the time to try out a bit of golden glitz.
An oversized pendant above the petite dining area is a trend that is currently hot and something you can try out easily. This accentuates the dining area even further while the large pendant also anchors the space stylishly.
In the dedicated formal dining room a ceiling gold looks like a magical masterpiece that elevates it to a whole new level. In the open plan living it can create a visual boundary between the dining area and the living room while adding to its style quotient.
It is a crucible of amazing ideas and innovations from originating from the Middle East the Far East Africa and Europe. It is barely a wonder then that the style is eternally popular and finds space in an ever-changing world full of sophistication and contemporary panache. Today we look at
We start off with a Thanksgiving table idea from Anthropologie that involves some of its best pieces ranging from the Camellia Tablecloth and Atelier Flatware to Ambrose wine Glasses and Glenna Serveware.
We love the timeless appeal and class of black and white prints photographs and posters. They look absolutely perfect in pretty much any space and leave the color scheme of the dining room undisturbed.
Black might not seem like a great color for the Thanksgiving table but do it right and it is bound to trump all else. Black exudes sophistication class and feels all too modern even when sitting next to a rustic table! Sometimes all you need is hints of black while Eye Swoon take it a step further with an overload of the dark and dashing.
Try to give the dining room a balance of elements by adding a small indoor water feature in the backdrop. If that feels a bit unrealistic then connect the dining area with the pool and garden outside using sliding glass doors or floor-to-ceiling glass windows. Nature always gives an interior calming and curated appeal.