This is a color combination that can be viewed as bold, even daring. In order to keep the room from feeling closed in, paint only the upper half of the walls black and choose linens in light fabrics. KOI Round Dining Table Contemporary Design by BRABBU fits in any modern home decor.
#2 Gallery Style
A photo ledge lets you periodically switch the artwork, and comfortable molded chairs encourage guests to linger. Hanging a pendant light extra low is an unexpected design choice, which also allows you to use a smaller fixture.
#3 Black Magic
Black lacquer brass spheres with high gloss varnish finishing and some gold plated spheres on the base. The top of the table is composed of brass circles carved with a golden texture similar to a wood texture. If you choose black to be the queen color in your decoration project, Newton Dining Table by Boca do Lobo is just perfect for you.
#4 Livable Luxury Dining Room
Pretty, curved details on the chairs and sideboard make this room cohesive without feeling stiff. The elegant patterns on the rug and window treatments complement—not compete with—one another. The gold Intuition dining table by KOKET it’s perfect to be the statement piece of a modern dining room with a luxury interior design, especially in black and gold.
#5 Bright Spot
Like the sun breaking through gray skies, this color combination is a happy surprise. Let the yellow accents shine by choosing clean, modern lines on the walls, windows, and floor.
#6 Moody Mix
Exposed brick can add architectural charm to a breakfast nook. If you desire a more polished look, consider a fresh coat of paint. These mauve-colored walls are funky rather than girly, thanks to black accents and unexpected patterns.
Mismatched chairs in neutral shades add character to this open, inviting space. A floral wallpaper in a muted tone will feel modern, not frilly, which can balance a space that is filled with accessories like hanging wreaths, bamboo cutting boards, and more.
#8 Emerald Beauty
If you love one bold color, go for it, but keep the competition in check—or, in this case, in toile. By sticking with a single two-toned fabric on the curtains and chairs, the whole patterned effect is easy on the eyes.
#9 Bright on White
Clean walls, airy window treatments, and a whitewashed farmhouse-style table are perfect for a light-filled room with a view. Keep the whole look grounded with the right amount of texture, which is introduced with a set of rustic, woven chairs.
#10 Clean Slate
For those with a modern aesthetic, white is a popular choice for walls, floors, and even furniture. Lean on accents and textured pieces to soften up space. Here, the set of cushioned chairs in a sophisticated pattern keeps the white lacquer Parsons-style table from feeling too stark.
#11 The New Blue
Mix-and-match seating works well when each chair—or bench, in this case—is a similar style and shape. White walls with turquoise trim is a fun switch for an informal room.
A statement piece like this lighting fixture really stands out when the furniture is clean, simple, and sophisticated. Dark mahogany wood paired with pale blue fabric create a cozy dining space.