dining room deco pictures for inspiration

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Sophie Loubaton

If you dream of a dining room unique and original, you are at right place. Side House has selected 10 just to make you happy. Between furniture design, development tips and decorating ideas trend, you will not know where to turn.

Want to revamp your dining room but lack inspiration? Do not worry, these 10 dining rooms are full of decorating ideas and will make you want to start work!  

1. A colorful XXL suspension to boost the dining room

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Sébastien Braun

To decorate a room with a large ceiling height, it is sometimes wise to concentrate some striking elements rather than an accumulation of accessories. In this villa Metz, architect Sébastien Braun and opts for a farting red suspension to meet the wall shelves. Combined with beamed ceilings, lighting succeeds alone to brighten the very sober walls of the dining room. The large wooden table is itself a good idea to break with the decorative design of the rest of the room. 

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2. A mismatched dining room and fantasy

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Opus Photo

For decorating a room, do not be afraid to mix styles. This apartment of Saint-Germain des Pres, directed by interior designer Sophie Roberts, is also the perfect example. The mismatched chairs and bring fantasy and a quirky side to the massive wooden table in the dining room for a mix of traditional and modern design. We also like the exposed beams that discreetly defines the living room from the rest of the room. 

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3. A dining room in black and white in mind Recycling

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Living Agency

When it comes to decorating a room, shake up the codes can be an interesting trick. Rather than have the chairs around the table conventional manner, the interior designer Fabienne De Boe Pirey has preferred to set up a bench. With the combination of the old farmhouse table and letters of mottled signs, this dining room to the Ile de Ré plays the card of the recycling spirit. The contrast between the white and black and between the vintage and designer armchairs table is a good idea to take easily into any interior! 

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4. A dining room decoration 100% wood

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Pascal Otlinghaus

During the renovation of this apartment in Paris in the 1970s, the agency adopted a Glenn Medioni decor could not be more wooded. Parquet chair legs and the table through the walls, wood is everywhere! The chart wall and relief decorates the entire room alone. Used to delineate private spaces, sliding doors lead on them a nice visual contrast to the wooden wall.  

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5. An original table to a dining room design

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Agency Just'in Home Design

To bring a touch to a modest dining room, why not start with the table? In this 200 m2 apartment in Paris, the interior designer Nancy Geernaert has chosen this big table in the singular form to make the dining room a distinctly designer piece. And when one adds tendency lighting and Eames chairs around, the result is even more successful! We do not forget the idea of ​​discreet floral touch to brighten up the white room. 

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6. A large dining room and sleek design

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Costas Vergas

When a space in a room, so enjoy! In this holiday home in southern Peloponnese, the GEM Architects chose to exploit the surface to install a massive wooden table. The latter shows alone the desire of architects to combine modern design with classic Greek decor. The dining table is also a nice nod to the beamed ceiling of the room and the terrace. We do not forget the sea view that we all dream secretly ...  

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7. Mixing styles and periods in the dining room

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Sophie Loubaton

In this Parisian apartment of 97 m2, interior designer Mélanie Lallemand Flucher chose a table and chairs for dining in the industrial spirit. This modern aspect comes settle with the traditionalism of the Haussmann style room for a clash of very successful eras. We also liked the nice reminder between the floor and the wood of the dining room table and the idea colorful curtains to brighten up the white walls. 

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8. A dining room with understated elegance

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ADC the next workshop, Pauline Keo and Amandine Branji

Instead of multiplying the flashy furniture or play back the design map, you can also choose a more sober decoration. Simple but not simplistic, the dining room of this house architect in Essonne is also a very good example. The table as the Scandinavian spirit chairs blend perfectly in the room flooring for minimal design. It will also retain the imposing blue fireplace that makes figure of separation between the living room and dining room.  

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9. A modern dining room and bespoke

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Matthieu Plante

For this Lyon home decor Parisian agency has modeled its work on the wishes of the owners and their lifestyle. The canopy of the kitchen so lets light through to the dining room to put a little more value and make it an essential part of their home. Regarding the decoration, the agency opted for designer furniture and modern offering a nice resonance light wood flooring. In any case, the bet to make dining a must piece succeeded! 

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10. stone for a family dining room

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Michel Ogier

In this house in Vannes, the architect Fabienne Lighter adopted a gross decoration to highlight the family aspect of this dining room. Program: stone walls, beams painted white and light wood flooring into a place of rendezvous of choice for the whole family. We also retain the idea of ​​extending the dining room by an opening to the kitchen to allow natural light to seep into the room. 

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