Dine In Style With These 8 Trending New Ideas

Whether you’re looking to create a beach-inspired supper hot spot or want to redesign a kitchen corner for hosting dinner guests, these trending dining rooms on Houzz have you covered. Here are 8 popular dining rooms, as measured by the number of people who’ve saved photos of them to their Houzz ideabooks in recent months.

1. Beachy-keen. With its access directly onto a white, sandy beach in Florida, this dining room plays up the casual chic look. Slipcovered chairs and a rustic table encourage guests to come right in from the surf and plop down for a dinner with stunning views.

Outrageous Interiors, original photo on Houzz

2. Rustic radiance. This rustic farmhouse-inspired dining room uses a wealth of materials to create a well-layered look. Wicker Key Largo chairs, repurposed galvanized steel, burlap chandeliers and grasscloth blinds complement one another while adding multiple textures to the space.

Related: Grasscloth Window Blinds for a Rustic Feel

Industrial Comedor, original photo on Houzz

3. Industrial elegance. This industrial loft embraces its features to the fullest. Instead of trying to divert attention from the exposed pipes and factory-style windows, the decor decisions double down on them. The dining table, chairs and bench all feature blackened-steel legs; a large steel bookshelf serves as a stylish room divider; and the black and white concrete tiles in the kitchen backsplash add an exciting pattern that complements the room’s color scheme.

Teague Hunziker Photography, original photo on Houzz

4. A round of applause. Having your furniture selections mimic a room’s architectural details often makes for a pleasing visual. This Los Angeles dining room makes the most of its decorative ceiling with a round dining table directly underneath the circular molding.

Related: Classic Ceiling Medallions That Add Flair and Style

Elliott + Elliott Architecture, original photo on Houzz

5. Sea foam sensation. This Maine dining room features a killer view of the Atlantic, and the space pays homage with its walls and cabinetry painted in sea foam green. The glass-topped dining table and clear pendant lights add to the fresh, airy feel of the room.

Nick Smith, original photo on Houzz

6. White and wood wonder. Designer Clare Gaskin embraced and amplified the wood stairs and white tile floors in this London dining room. The stylish pendant light and similarly hued wood legs of the dining table and chairs mix well with the crisp white walls, chair seats and tabletop. Sometimes two tones is all you need to make a room a standout.

Design Forty Five, original photo on Houzz

7. Chic corner. This kitchen corner in a Minneapolis showcase house is a great example of making the most of limited space. Design Forty Five outfitted a built-in bench with an assortment of cozy and stylish pillows. The dining table features a custom base created by Tristan Thiel and a live-edge wood top.

New England Design Elements, original photo on Houzz

8. Striped stunner. Lines, lines, everywhere lines. From the ceiling rafters to the stair railing to the wall panels and the stripes on the slipcovered chairs, this New Hampshire dining room designed by the team at New England Design Elements has stripes and then some. Thanks to the various shades of blue used as a grounding force, the lines don’t overwhelm.

Related: Not Sure About Stripes? Try a Chevron Pattern Instead


-By Bryan Anthony, Houzz


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