Are you a sucker for petite dining rooms? Well, there’s good news just around the blog. Check out these dining room designs for small spaces and be prepared to be amazed.
Did you know that back in the medieval times, dining rooms were an entirely different floor level? Well now you do. Can you imagine the whole floor as a dining space! Not anymore, unless of course you are blue by blood or fancy the royal kind of look. In today’s world, small dining rooms are becoming a super hit, and sometimes you will find them directly adjacent to the kitchen or even merged into one.
A Sugar Coated Snow Frosted Dining Room
This is the most elegant dining room design for small spaces we have come across. Doesn’t this remind you of snow? Makes me want to snuggle up in my warmies into this lovely dining armchair with my favourite book and a cup of hot chocolate and marshmallows. Ah isn’t it just so dreamy? This design is simple in white and is perfect for a small family who loves to bond and spend all of the holiday seasons together. You can put up your mistletoe and bake yummy Christmas cookies all through the holidays!
Time To Dine The Industrial Way
A recipe has no soul. The cook must bring the soul to the recipe, the recipe to the bowl and then finally to the dining table! If you’re the kind who loves dark colours with a dash of rustic thrown in this small room design will make you smile. A wall splashed with a fine shade of grey to bring an industrial look. This kitchen is made for a vibrant young family of four. Cone-shaped pendant lights won’t let you compromise on style. They add just the right amount of glam to this dining room. Whether it be hot croissants with a spoon of honey or just a bowl of fruits, this dining nook is sure to be at your service.
A Dine Amidst A Nature Gift
This gobsmacking green walled room filled with pots, plants and flowers is a perfect example of a small dining room decorating idea. These indoor plants bring a stylish, fresh nature’s vibe into this room. A beautiful bottle green table cloth seamlessly and effortlessly drapes itself around a round wooden table pepping it up for a unique dining experience. The shelves provide space to place your beautiful metallic crockery. And giving them some company you have a variety of pots! To top of your decoration, a vase filled with fragrant white flowers is sure to add some aromatherapy—time to sip away some soup and break off some garlic bread.