10 Astonishing Color Scheme Ideas for Dining Rooms That You Will Love
Face it: colors unconsciously shape many aspects of our daily lives, whether you like it or not. That’s because they influence people’s reactions towards their surroundings. When it comes to picking on a color scheme for any room in your home, it’s really crucial think about the type of mood you want ideally to be present — especially for your dining room, one of the favorites spots in the house. For all these reasons, in today’s post, Modern Dining Tables team has selected 10 astonishing color scheme ideas for dining rooms that you will certainly love. Take a look and get inspired with our amazing tips!
For this home, the designer painted everything Benjamin Moore’s Linen White: “It’s the blank-canvas approach.” A vintage English road sign gives the dining room a focal point. Red chairs from Design Within Reach.
Bright Yellow Hues
Bright yellow walls and an even brighter citron table. The interior designer turned wire side tables from ABC Carpet & Home into stools. Dark brown floors were transformed with a large geometric pattern.
Blue and Brown
Designer Jonathan Berger created a soft palette of light blue, brown, and touches of pink in this Brooklyn brownstone’s dining room.
The designers painted this dining room closely matching the peacock hue Bronson used. Glossy white trim breaks up the expanse of blue, keeping it from overwhelming.
This verdant dining room features walls painted in Benjamin Moore’s zesty Grenada Green and curtains in Quadrille’s Forbidden City fabric. Dining chairs are covered in a velvet by Schumacher. Antique chandelier from Meg Braff Designs.
A 1940s French chandelier and Gournay Plum Blossom wallpaper give the dining room in a Georgetown townhouse a shimmery glamor.
The designer creates a bright backdrop with a creamy tone-on-tone paint treatment. A modern, oversized drum pendant and traditional table and chairs painted charcoal gray give this dining room a modern twist.
Zebra stripes and fringed curtains are playful but still sophisticated. To add warmth and prevent the space from feeling over-the-top, choose a wallpaper in a creamy or gold-toned palette.
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