One of the easiest ways to create that hygge feeling is by sharing a meal with your loved ones, be it family or friends. Typically this is done around the dining table. Easy steps include: delicious food, tasty drinks, and warm candlelight.
White is well known as a color that is endlessly versatile, primarily because it complements nearly any other color. We can easily mix white accents with reds, blues, pink, green, or yellow, and in almost any scenario, it works.
We have compiled our four favorite tips on how to create a white dining room.
A white background is a great backdrop for displaying collectibles and antiques. White furniture is beautiful on its own, and will highlight the colours and textures of your display. This can be achieved using a hutch unit, a display vitrine, or a pantry with glass doors.
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Mix and Match Your White Dining Table
A dining room without a dining room table is, well, just a room. After all, it is the room where you’ll be making memories with loved ones for years to come.
To start, make sure the table suits both your space and your needs. A table that fits comfortably within the room, meaning you’ll still have enough space to move chairs and walk around the table comfortably. If space is limited, a square or round table could be a good choice. For larger spaces, a long table or one with extendable leaves works for both everyday and special occasions.
Loving a white dining table? A white dining table can allow the features of the piece, any distressing, or curvature in the legs, to really stand out. Instead of identical dining chairs, try using different styled chairs in neutral hues.
To add a feeling of luxury, you can also use embroidered cloth napkins, white dishes and white roses in glass vases.
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Play with Colors
White is one of the easiest colors to play with. Choose your linens, dishes and others accessories in neutral colors like beige, brown, white, ivory or gray if you prefer a more traditional aesthetic.
If you prefer something fresh, you can add accessories in just one pop of non-neutral colors to make them stand out. Pink, Red, Yellow, Blue or other colors can create contrast and brightness in your space.
Modern Minimalism: No Fuss
Last but not least, keep things simple in your styling, because in Hygge less is more. Allow your dining room pieces to speak for themselves. Do not over decorate, this may distract from what your chairs and table have to say.
This blog collected details and inspiration from Country Living.