Inspiration Station - Dining Room
White dining room ideas for every home
Light, cool, and airy. These are words associated with white interiors, and are desirable attributes in any dining room. Scandi, minimal, and country cream. These are interior styles that could be enhanced by light coloured furniture, whether that’s oak, or painted white, cream, or paler grey.
Pale painted walls
Painting the walls of a dining room a pale colour, whether brilliant white or a light-toned neutral colour, will open it up to light. Then the decision needs to be made – choose traditional country charm or modern, sophisticated style?
Continuing the pale painted colours from the walls through to the dining table and chairs is easily done with our range of painted dining furniture. Almond grey coloured Shay, with turned legs and beading detail, is a slim, country influenced style that’s topped with rustic oak.
Fitting out a dining area with dresser and table instantly makes a hub for the family, a place to gather for meals. There’s fun to be had displaying glass and white crockery on the shelves, which all adds to the light interior style. Kemble is another painted range at the pale end of the spectrum, a soft-edged country look with rustic oak tops.
Country Cottage mixes a yellow cream with natural oak, for a smart country look.
Traditional bracket feet and squared-off table legs are refreshed with a light yellow-cream paint finish.
Teamed with white walls, it’s a range to bring a cool, light mood home.
Looking for a lighter look, the retro modern interior style fits the bill. Chalk white Hove, with natural oak surfaces, has recessed handles, rounded corners and a minimalist style. The style is fresh, just the kind of furniture to brighten a white dining room for modern family meals.
Modern natural oak looks wonderful with pale walls; and if you like the shape of Hove, Romsey is its natural oak cousin.
When putting together a white dining room, accessories can accentuate the theme. A white or cream lamp placed on the sideboard or a clock with a pale frame can all add to a bright and light room.
Glass can reflect light, as well. Use a mirror hung along the back of a sideboard, or choose a glass lamp. They’ll be especially effective by being placed near a window. Simple finishing touches can make all the difference to making a tranquil white dining room, relaxing to eat in while seated in style.
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