Not only do plants give your home a touch of nature and organic influence, but they also greatly increase the air quality in your home. There are several different kinds of house plants that need little care and maintenance to flourish indoors, but provide big benefits by removing harmful toxins from your air. Our list of 9 air-cleaning houseplants is a pretty good place to get started.
The eating zone may be the continuation of the kitchen island or may be made of some different material to highlight and separate it. The eating space can be raised to a different height for comfort.
Fabulous Modern Farmhouse Style! If there is one style that epitomizes a blend of modernity and inimitable rustic elements along with ageless beauty of wood, then it is modern farmhouse. As the name suggests, you can blend in modern and farmhouse style design elements in here while varying the proportions of each to get a desired look of your choice. If you happen to be someone who loves the classic, farmhouse vibe more, then load up on additions like the wooden hutches, a heavy wooden dining table with weathered finish, chairs clad in plaid and a beautiful chandelier to give the dining room that timeless appeal.
From modern farmhouse dining spaces to ones with understated rustic charm and a dash of wooden warmth, homeowners no longer want just a polished, contemporary dining area. It is all about giving the room a distinct character even while allowing it to blend in with the larger theme of the open plan living. With that in mind, here are 15 inspirations that bring home cozy rustic effervescence even while staying true to modern functionality. Some more modern than others, there is something here for everyone!
If you have great love for magnificent antique dining rooms, you know that a rug is an irreplaceable decor element that has the power to make or break the room. The safest option is to go with a rug that fully matches the rest of the rustic furniture, but if you aren’t afraid to create a slightly daring look, pick a rug that is proudly showcasing some color!
Modern dining rooms are increasingly being relegated to a small, designated corner of the kitchen or living area. The age of the expansive and lavish dining room is definitely behind us. Today’s dining rooms seem to place efficiency ahead of flowery aesthetics and it is simplicity that trumps extravagance. The advent of the social kitchen along with a greater urge to turn the open living area into a gathering space for family and friends has seen dining space take a turn towards rustic and natural decorating choices.
Yellow splashes make this kitchen design bolder and cooler. A couple of cabinets, fridge and the inner sides of the lamps are sunny yellow, and this warm shade breathes coziness into the kitchen and makes it more inviting.
Another retailer embracing tropical style this season is H&M Home. They take the look in a bright direction by adding shades of teal and turquoise: Also available from H&M Home: a range of textured glass products, such as the pitcher and tumblers below. If your tabletop is covered in green, don’t hesitate to use orange as an accent color. A bowl of fruit such as peaches or tangerines will do the trick!
A Gorgeous Feature Wall Working with reclaimed wood does require a certain level of expertise, and if you are in love with a really old piece of reclaimed wood, then it is best to treat it properly before reusing it. The most preferred option is of course using planks of reclaimed wood to create a beautiful accent wall in the dining room. This not only gives your dining space a unique sense of style and sets it apart from the rest of the house, it also lets you add a subtle hint of coastal, industrial, rustic or even farmhouse style, depending on your personal preference.
These peel-and-stick glass tiles from Aspect remove the need for the usual involved tile installation. The power is in your hands, and since the tiles are backed with adhesive, they will stick where you put them! Available through Backsplash Ideas and Amazon.