Our dining room wall is the only space in our home that gives us a creative license to do something completely unexpected. Even the smallest dining room can handle patterned wallpaper and dark walls color. Yes, your dining room is shared with family and guests, but it is often empty. You can get even more creative with colors and decorations. We love the idea of making our dining room a place where we want to spend more time. Here are ideas for creating the dining room of your dreams with creative wall inspiration:
Warm up your dining area with reclaimed wood
It’s a challenge to warm up an open dining space or bring character to a simple space. Reclaimed wood accents are a trend these days and can center an open dining area with color and texture. For a plain dining room, a wood accent wall adds a much-needed architectural element.
Metallic wallpaper adds glam to a neutral dining room
If you want your dining room to look neutral, textures and patterns are the secret to staying attractive. Contemporary metallic print wallpapers, and graphic patterns bring light into the room and bring out your lighting fixtures. Even the most neutral or minimalist room benefits from a few metallic accents, as long as you keep your color palette simple.
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Highlight architectural details with color
The built-in dining area gives you the opportunity to add a pretty accent color without painting any walls. No built-in wardrobe? No problem! Chinese cabinets, cages and even bookshelves can be customized by color. It’s a good idea to choose an accent color that pops out of the wardrobe to really show it off. Sprinkle your accent colors around the room with table linens and artwork for a professionally designed style.
Add color to your dining room walls with curtains
It is not always possible to paint the walls of your dining room. Whether you’re a tenant or you don’t have time to work on a paint project, curtains can provide the color you need. Patterned or patterned curtains can add a lot of color to your dining area, giving you many accent colors to your decor palette. The best tip for using curtains to decorate walls is to be generous with them – this means adding an extra set of rods to fill the walls. If you want to use dining room curtains as a focal point, install a curtain rod that is much wider than your window and fill in the extra space with additional curtains.
Decorate your casual dining room with stripes
We love the stripes, especially on the walls. Bold horizontal lines can make a small dining room appear larger and give the illusion of architectural detail. You want to keep your stripes simple with a few colors, especially if you have a small dining room. Artwork in a striped dining room looks best when it’s simple and large – small or busy artwork is lost on the striped wall.
Mix colors and patterns to enhance a boring dining room
Don’t be shy about mixing patterns and colors when you decorate your dining room. You have more creative options for the least used rooms in your home, so don’t be afraid to choose. If you want to mix patterns (like stripes and florals) but don’t want to go overboard, a monochromatic color palette can help. Decorating in several shades of the same color gives you a subtle color palette as well as accommodates all kinds of patterns in that color palette – the best of both worlds.
A photo-realistic mural opens up a small dining room
A mural photo on your wall can make your dining room look durable. A relaxing seaside view mural provides a soothing sight to be enjoyed with dinner. Treat your wall mural as an accent wall, by engaging in color for your decor palette.
Don’t be afraid of the bold colors on your dining room walls
We love bold colors, and your dining room is the perfect place to show them off. Like a dressing room, your dining room can handle your favorite color with ease. If you’re not ready to commit to painting every wall your favorite bold color, let the architectural details of your dining room be your guide. Seat rails, trim, as well as wall prints make it easy to separate wall colors. If your dining room doesn’t yet have wall details that match the two-tone walls, consider adding a simple print or line separating the two colors.