Gray and Wood: A Match Made in Design Heaven for your Dining Room
When fall kicks, the climate gets fresh and a little bit moody. There’s something so appealing about the mixture of gray and wooden tones. Design bloggers and food stylists have chosen this palette for their photos, as it builds a rich, deep composition and allows colors to truly pop.
Whether your home highlight gray walls and wooden paneling or you’re seeking for small ways to bring the look home, keep reading as we explore some of our favorite images, tabletops, and products that showcase the perfect pairing of gray and wood.
While one common instinct is to combine gray walls with bright white trim and furnishings, sometimes keeping it rich and neutral is the recipe for design bliss. When gray walls combine with wooden furniture and accessories, the result is striking. For starters, a deep palette with wooden accents can create a variety of styles and moods, including earthy, contemplative, and rustic. Throw in metallic touches (and a hint of marble), and a luxe, decadent feel results.
Discover some Grey and Wood designs for your Dining Room.
The Royal is a real step forward for Boca do Lobo. It’s hand carved details of the intricate marquetry design and finishes, are executed with amazing precision by our artisans. This extraordinary piece combines new design and architecture trends but never forgetting the rich tradition of the past. The dual personality of this table is beautifully combined, Baroque meets clean lines, while reflecting Boca do Lobo’s philosophy of challenging the past through the future.
Diana suspension lamp is a fresh colorful swing arm ﬁxture, ideal to suit in an ofﬁce place or a groovy bar. This versatile light is either functional by adjusting its extendable arm into different positions. Its structure is made out of brass and the lampshade in aluminum. A unique retro touch.
A beautiful gray dining room set with Neil suspension lamp.
Glamor dining room with a modern dining table and metal dining chairs.
An amazing oak rectangular dining table
Tabletops of Grey and Wood – For awhile now, we’ve seen the trend of dark tabletops take center stage in food styling. While you can’t argue with the appeal of bright white marble countertops, there’s something undeniably striking about a deep, rich palette.