Dining rooms do not necessarily have to be about dining tables, dining chairs, and food only. With a little creativity in designing the interiors, you can have a dining room that is like no other. Here are eleven dining room designs from Hulsta that we hope can give you some inspiration should you like to decorate your own dining room. These designs tend to be elegant and somewhat solemn, but each of them isunique and charming in itsown way.
Let us first look at the most essential elements in these eleven dining rooms: the dining tables and dining chairs. The tables are mostly the same; they are big and rectangular, predominantly made from wood or glass, and some of them nicely combine several materials in their designs, such as a glass surface with wooden legs, or wooden surface with metal legs. The chairs, however, are much more interesting. Some of them are straightforward dining chairs, with wooden frames and cushy cushions of matching colors. Some look more formal, the kind that will not look out of place in a modern office building. But the most interesting ones are those with sofas as dining chairs, reminding us to restaurant booths. The sofas are L-shaped, providing seats to only two sides of the dining table, and they look very comfortable and intimate, since this means you can sit closer with each other while eating.
Another interesting—and important—element in these dining rooms is the pendant lamps. Curiously, the pendant lamps seem to be hung closer to the surface of the tables than usual, and some of them also have size that is bigger than most pendant lamps in most dining rooms. But this is what makes them unique. Furthermore, the designs of the pendant lamps themselves are very fascinating. In two of the dining rooms, the pendant lamps take shape of a couple of large cylinders. In two other, they are shaped like huge white flowers. One dining room has three pendant lamps dangling above the table, shaped like cylinders of different heights.
The decorative elements are also worth looking at. While some of you might prefer an uncluttered table, some of the tables in these dining rooms have a lot of decorations on it. One particular table has on it a tall vase of a green plant, various shapes and sizes of jars and flasks, and a fishbowl containing fruits. Candles, platters, glasses, and bottles can also be seen on the tables of the other dining rooms. What about you? How would you decorate your own dining room? The possibility really is endless!