A well-formed decoration of the house is the heartiest desire of every house maker. That’s why while designing his house, he led his focus on each and every corner. Starting from the hallway to the kitchen and then from room to the bathroom, everything should be well-designed. But why you ignore the dining room interior decoration? Yes, adorable designing and remodeling of the dining room will bring a majestic change in your house environment. With the tempting renovation, you can not beautify the place only but will love to spend your time with your family members as well as with your guests while enjoying the delicious, mouth-watering food. Have a look at these interesting ideas.

Hello my friends! I’m excited to finally reveal our dining room remodel before and after photos! This was the first and largest project we tackled when we moved into our new home last March and yet it somehow flew under the radar on the blog! Apparently I’ve been too busy to remember to share it with you! However, it is here now so let’s get to some dining room remodel before and after shots!

The plain white paint finish of the intricately detailed wall panels, shelving, and cabinetry, along with the ceiling moldings and the plain white ceiling contrast really well with the dark browns of the polished oak floor boards, the polished solid wood dining table as well as the carved wooden dining chairs. The black fireplace, blue and white area rug, and the crystal chandelier up the classiness of the room even more.
Hi Larson! Thank you so much for your kind words! I am, indeed, soooo glad we painted them white! It modernized the space so much. I love your idea of painting them and leaving the trim. If you don’t love wood trim you could always paint that as well. It is totally your preference. Just be prepared for a lot of work! If you are doing the whole house a sprayer might be recommended. 😉 I used the color Shiplap by Magnolia/Kilz Brand. It is a softer white with grey undertones and is lovely. I hope you love your transformation!

General stores are a reminder of warm cozy days gone by. As a theory for room décor, those memories return full on by design. One-dimensional wall hangings, an antique-looking corner buffet with drawers, straight back accent chair, and mesh wire centerpiece with shadow box holder and a tin tub accent evokes memories of pies baking, noses twitching, and mouths watering.

Stylish jet black leather armchairs surround the circular glass dining room table while subtle pieces of furniture are located to the left side of the room. The random tiled limestone flooring along with the glass view doors surrounding the room go well with the circular raised ceiling that holds up the beautiful crystal chandelier. Sophistication and style are the two main points of this dining room design.

DO integrate natural light. When planning your open concept kitchen design, take advantage of exterior walls by adding windows and doors to help splash natural light into interior zones.  By adding windows, or even better French doors, you can see the landscaping from the interior, which in turn makes your space feel bigger, while also providing some of the psychological benefits you would get from actually being outside.
Formal dining room ideas with an open floor plan can benefit by being very accommodating to entertaining guests. Not only does this room enjoy an abundance of natural light it also has a beautiful view of the outdoor patio and beyond. This contemporary dining room has a blue and white color palette that really makes the room pop. The dark wood stain on the floor boards makes for a good contrast to the navy color theme and goes well with the dark wood dining table and beige dining chairs.
A decorative plaster-relief embossed ceiling is asking to be embellished with way off the beaten path lighting. In this room, it is wood tender blocks with blue glass jars hanging from different sized metal rods. The look of the room is open and clean and sharply-refined, with a large dark wood butcher block island with open shelves and cross back chairs.
When the homeowners removed the structure's dropped ceilings and drywall, they discovered dramatic roof beams and charming beadboard. In the dining room, and throughout the residence, they sanded the pine floors and stained them a rich ebony. Here, they sit in midcentury Woodard chairs. A friend crafted the dining table out of wood salvaged from a bowling lane. The oversize light formerly illuminated a factory. The walls are painted High-Gloss White by Behr.
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