As we approach the holiday season, you may be interested in giving your dining room a makeover. After all, you’ll be spending a lot of time in this room with family and friends for Thanksgiving, Hannukah, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve. If sprucing up your space is on your agenda, take a look at the latest trends in dining sets to get you inspired.
Make your space feel bright and clean by using a neutral color palette. To keep it from looking boring, use a variety of textures. Think of upholstered chairs with a rough wooden table. A neutral background also makes it easier to decorate for the holidays by adding pops of color to brighten up the space.
The rustic, farmhouse design style has become quite popular over the past few years. It definitely adds a cozy, casual feeling to your dining area, but some prefer a more formal space. If that sounds like you, make the farmhouse style more modern by adding metal or plastic chairs to accompany a thick, natural wood table. You can also choose between a colorful dining room chair, or clear polycarbonate ones.
3.Mix Dark and Light
Trends tend to come in and out of fashion over the decades. The darker wood styles of the ’70s and ’80s are made fresh for the 2020s by adding lighter colored upholstery to chairs or having the dining room table top be painted a cream or beige color while the table’s legs remain a dark espresso shade.
4.Bold and Unique Legs
Add some visual interest to your home’s dining set by choosing a table that has bold or unique legs. They help this piece stand out in the room but can be easily overdone. Stick to simpler, more streamlined chairs to offset such a dramatic and large piece in the center of your dining room.
Removing the chairs and adding a bench to one side of your dining room table has become a popular way to fit in a more casual seating option. It can also make it easier to add more guests to your table since there isn’t as much need for additional space around each place at the table. This makes it an ideal option for large family meals like Thanksgiving.