Like the kitchen, the dining room is a place of rendezvous for the whole house. It is where families can gather after a long day out and where you can break bread with their hosts. The extravagant dining rooms of yesteryear that made it difficult to talk to someone at the other end of the table have a long way since given something a little simpler, where breakfast cereal is more common for a five-course meal. The minimalist aesthetic works so well in the dining room because it can create a clear canvas for tapestry own the next meal to be shared with the sparse but beautiful table.
Minimalism is a super hip and cool style to decorate a space, then see the beauty in strict and clear lines and angles. Today I’ll show you once again the beauty of this style can be, and I’m sure you will enjoy these dining rooms and minimal areas. From the decor in truly minimalist colors such as black, gray and white, and add accent light if you want. To not get a boring space, playing with textures and materials: there are a lot of great modern surfaces to try and Concrete Course and wood. If you are not feeling comfortable enough, add a few touches of other styles such as mid-century to a comfortable look. Be inspired by the ideas below!
“Food is a part of the experience and it should be somewhere between 50 to 60 percent of the dining experience, but the rest counts as well .. The ambience, the atmosphere, the music, the feeling, design, harmony between what you have on the plate and that surrounds the plate “, the famous chef Alain Ducasse once said. And these minimalist dining rooms are certainly beautiful and welcoming place to enjoy a good meal. Even if only some furniture thanks to these modern spaces, each room was carefully chosen to make a visual impact (and functional) powerful. There are elegant but comfortable chairs to linger over dessert, a striking work of art or two to spark conversation, simple and centers that allow you to focus on the delicious dinner before you. What else would you need? Continue reading to see them all.