Patterned Walls to Get a Tropical Touch to Your Dining Room
A mix of patterns and colors looks perfect on every room design. Modern Dining Tables gives always a special attention to the dining area design and so we bring you today some floral wallpapers or just patterns on the walls that can bring your dining room a tropical feeling.
Dark wooden patterns that create a texture on the wall are a great choice if you are aiming at a very jungly vibe. Use real plants, the real green for a more elegant look.
This dining design is pretty amazing since it managed to have blue and green, dark wood and metal, all in one place and looked fabulous. Mixing styles and types of furniture is super trendy and if done properly it may be very elegant.
A typical mix is the green and yellow. Use bold and strong colors, add some accessories on another color (purple like the image above) and there you have it: your won tropical roo for a happier and relaxing vibe.
You may also want to keep it simple. Minimal furniture with clean accents will make the space for your wallpaper to shine.
Golden accents on your wall will bring a sense of clarity and elegance. Gold is often associated with luxury and wealth, but on an abstract pattern it can be so much more than that. It can create a clean ambience, make a tropical turn, connect other elements, everything you feel like doing with your home decor.
Be creative when it comes to what your wall should be. Wallpapers sometimes are just way too simple for your complex personality and you must get bold and unique. Use different materials and create a wall of your own, the example above used old fences and windows to create a marvellous wall.
Tropical is not only about green. Be different when choosing the perfect color for your dining area and opt for something strong, that will create a separate room with its own personality and style.
Walls must be a division between rooms, however they may also connect styles and keep the vibe flowing. That being said, the pattern on the dining area of the image above opens the door to the living room, with a similar pattern on the rug and so the house is connected.