Summer is almost here and the best way to cool off the ambience a bit is to change your home decor. A coastal style is fresh, clean and super trendy and it works well with any room design but today, Modern Dining Tables will talk about dining rooms.
To give a special coastal touch to your dining room you don’t necessarily need a beach house. Follow some summer trends like mixing different chairs styles, different materials and colours. Blue is pretty much the key colour for this style, after that just go with your gut.
Blue doesn’t have to be the colour of your furniture. It can also appear as artwork and bring a fresh look to any dining area.
Even though a coastal design is usually more casual, you can make it your own by turning it into something elegant and classy. Use some old looking furniture, nude shades, glass, and combine this with some blue patterns or accessories.
If you do not own a separate dining room, it becomes more difficult to adjust a costal style without changing the rest of the interior design of the house. So in order to fit your perfect coastal dining area into the rest of your home, just accessorize it with some sea related objects, like surf boards and sea shells.
Wood, glass and stone are the perfect combo for the perfect dining area design. Try to mix all of this materials and sometimes blue is not always needed, just a touch of a sandy yellow to give a feeling of a true beach house.
Whites are timeless, always trendy and classy. It is the best choice if you want to create a clean environment. If you want to be even trendier, here’s a tip: minimalist pendant lamps.
Bright up your dining room by mixing some colours. Try not having them too bright or else you are decorating a circus and running away from a coastal style.
Choose a nice wooden statement chandelier. It will be the heart of your dining room so choose it carefully. It is all about mixing the right shades of wood, making it a bit rustic and casual and there you go.
Well, if we are talking about a summer vibe, nothing screams “summer” more that an outdoor dining area. Use raw wood for your dining table, some blueish patterns and accessories and keep it casual and simple.
If you truly own a beach house, here is a tip for your decor inspiration: nothing is better than having a meal watching the sun set on the sea. So keep your dining area clean, with plenty of natural light and nothing too bright to distract you from the view.
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