Nothing is enough when you're decorating and making your home stand out. From the lighting and wallpaper to the artworks and seating arrangements, we believe everything should be something that defines you but in this workaholic routine that only sounds like a fantasy.
The result of all ambition is to be happy at home.
Your work should never stand as a barrier when it comes to your life. Of course! Work is important but it shouldn’t take away your time for the little things in life. Creating a happy home brings in positive vibes and keeps you healthy.
I know you just looked at that dining area which you’ve wanted to re-decorate for so long. Well, guys it’s now or never. What are you waiting for? We have some easy and great ideas for your space. Have a look:
Having the right textile can make all the difference in the world- especially in unique patterns. Add a bold, vintage Kilim under your dining table to echo a rustic feel, or an elegant hand-woven wonder perfect for stylish interiors.
Your wall says a great deal about you and your vibes so make sure you get a good one. Dining rooms were made for lingering and they're all about inviting conversation and connection so how about going with something bright that lifts your mood and feels inviting!
There's no better way to say fine dining that a chic and modern dining table. Whether iconic or novel, oval or square, invest in a set that is a standout for originality, integrity, style, and adaptability to any modern interior space. Go Boho with mismatched chairs, get a custom plank table that seats 12, or opt for a less-than-traditional table or a bench in place of chairs to keep things interesting. Keep in mind your dining room is the heart of your home, where you serve up food and laughter with family and friends.
To create a loving and cozy atmosphere, the lighting should be right. Ass mid-century flair and industrial intrigue to your home with an iconic chandelier, outfitted with exposed bulbs. Place one over your dining table to instantly elevate the space. Or just add a pair of lanterns - they look less formal than chandeliers and instill a space with warmth and light-hearted fervor.
So when are you revamping your dining room?