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  • Grey dining room with upholstered chairs and gold accents

    Dark grey walls provide the perfect backdrop for simple, striking furniture, glam gold accents and lots of festive sparkle – ideal for grown-up entertaining. A modern clock is wall art and a timepiece in one.

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    Buy now: Beatrix dining chairs, £119 each, Cult Furniture
    Buy now: Bars wall clock, £199, Dwell

  • Traditional dining area with extendable dining table, mismatched chairs and homely touches

    Make use of wasted kitchen space by adding a small dining table, transforming it into a dining area. Choose a mixture of chair styles and add an oilcloth, blackboards and recipe books for a homely and informal look.

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    Buy now:
     Extendable table, £225, Ikea

  • Bright and elegant dining room with pale wood dining table

    Three skylights put into the extension roof to makes the dining area of this open-plan kitchen feel as bright and inviting as possible. The calming atmosphere is enhanced by white walls and clean neutral floor tiles. A pale wood dining table with grey linen dining chairs makes an elegant focal point while colourful modern art-work brings the look up-to-date.

    Buy now: Edinburgh 6-10 seater dining table, £1310, Neptune

  • Eclectic blue dining room with teak table and mismatched chairs

    This scheme has a distinctive 196os look about it. This dining room features an eclectic combination of vintage pieces mixed in with some that are more modern or industrial. A unique and characterful feature wall has been created with a selection of art, prints and photos – it looks particularly effective against a deep blue backdrop. The teak dining table has been paired with mismatched chairs to complete the eclectic vibe.

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    Buy now: Similar dining table, Preloved

  • Neutral dining room with blue and yellow dining chairs

    Paint a dining room all white for the perfect complement to Scandi design; no frills, no fuss, no flounces. This lets you add character with accessories and furniture, like the huge glazed dresser here, which stops the room looking too functional.

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    Buy now: similar dresser, £1,165, La Maison Chic
    Buy now: Corazana yellow triangle throw, £24, B&Q

  • Neutral dining room with eye-catching floral dining chairs

    Introducing bold florals to your decorating scheme may feel a little daunting, but the key to showing them off to their best advantage is restraint. Here, a large floral print on the dining chairs makes a striking statement against a backdrop of carefully coordinated plains.

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    Buy now: Washington dining chairs, £645 each, Robert Langford
    Buy now: chairs upholstered in Meadow cotton mix, £72 per m, Osborne & Little

  • Neutral dining room with zigzag rug and palm print chair

    Go for a mostly monochrome scheme with neutral walls and black wood furniture. Next add in some black and white patterns, for interest. And if you’re feeling brave, throw in a little bit of the unexpected with a palm print chair or cushion. If you do, make sure to have some natural greenery to complement it.

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    Buy now: sign, Pedlars

  • Spacious neutral dining area with pink artwork

    White, wood and grey create a sophisticated palette in this dining room. Decorative touches, such as the pink artwork and orange breakfast bar stools, provide warm bursts of colour. There’s a hint of orange in the painting so this creative pairing works really well.

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    Buy now: Opera dining table, from £4,250, Bauline
    Buy now: similar dining chairs, The Sofa & Chair Company

  • Eclectic dining room with retro-style wallpaper

    Expert arrangement means every item catches the eye, from the wallpaper via the mannequin to the plant. A pendant placed above the dining table creates a focal point high in the centre of the room, too. It’s an eclectic mix, but it really works.

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    Buy now: Sanderson Dandelion Clocks wallpaper in Slate, £46 per roll, John Lewis

  • Extended open-plan living area with skylights

    An extension has opened up the ground floor layout in this property. It now ticks all the boxes for modern-day living, with its dining area, lounge and kitchen all in one room. Bifold doors provide easy access to the garden, too, and the views make the space seem even bigger.

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    Buy now: table, £1,428, Matthew Hilton
    Buy now: industrial leather dining chairs, £130 each, Rockett St George

  • Modern dining room with ghost chair and exposed brick wall

    This dining room is quite minimalist. There isn’t a lot of furniture or decoration, but what there is really packs a punch. From the exposed brick wall to the huge Belle de Jour artwork via the ghost chair and pink vase, every piece serves a stylish purpose.

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    Buy now: Ghost chair, £259, The Conran Shop

  • White open-plan dining area with striped tablecloth

    Add some brightness to a white kitchen with colourful accessories. This striped tablecloth wasn’t a large purchase but it makes a big impact in this scheme. Modern white chairs work really well here, too, keeping the look sleek.

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    Buy now: tablecloth, £30, John Lewis
    Buy now: similar chairs, The Conran Shop

  • Orangery-style dining area with pretty pink prints

    This orangery-style dining area has light flooding into it, making it the perfect bright space for a gathering. It’s not just the structure that’s noteworthy, though. Pretty pink prints on the tablecloth, bunting and cushions make this space into the homely room it deserves to be.

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    Buy now: similar dining chairs, John Lewis
    Buy now: similar birdcage, Confetti

  • French-style dining room with subtle grey wallpaper

    Create a spectacular looking space with striking French style furniture. It will make any room look grander. Teamed with clean white windows and a simple carpet, the ornate detailing takes on a more modern appearance. A subtle grey wallpaper completes the scheme, adding an extra dimension to the look.

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    Buy now: cushions in Hedgerow, Voyage
    Buy now: similar dining table, Turnbull & Thomas

  • Dining room extension with glass roof and garden view

    If you’re planning a kitchen-diner extension, consider a glazed roof. During the day, it will make you feel like you’re sitting out in the garden – and at night, you’ll be able to dine under the stars. An exposed brick wall creates a stylish feature that doesn’t try to hide the original exterior.

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    Buy now: Chair 9 chairs, £222 each, Gubi at Nunido

  • Light-filled modern dining room with glazed wall

    Natural light floods the open-plan living space, thanks to the glazed wall at the rear. For artificial light, there are multiple pendants. The lamps have been carefully mapped out to provide an even distribution of light, without sacrificing their random arrangement.

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    Buy now: Series 14 One Ball adjustable pendants, from £315 each, Bocci at Holloways of Ludlow
    Buy now: Julian Chichester Chagal armchair, £1,542, Marlborough Interiors

  • Basement dining area with direct access to the garden

    This basement area is a winner all round. A stunning glass staircase that is a great feature in its own right leads to the kitchen above, while the dining area also offers direct access to the garden. The room is large, so a bird-print wallpaper creates a natural separation of the living space. All in all the scheme perfectly takes advantage of the space below the main house.

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    Architecture: Alex Tart Architects
    Buy now: Pattern Jay wallpaper, £31 per m, Scandinavian Surface at Photowall

  • Neutral dining room with block-print tablecloth

    Add some artisan charm to your dining room scheme with a block-print tablecloth. Opting for a single print in a neutral scheme is a great way to focus attention and enliven a simple space. Pops of bright contrast colour on shapely tableware and accessories are a fitting accompaniment to the crisp design.

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    Buy now: Block Green Leaf linen tablecloth, £99.50, Birdie Fortescue
    Buy now: Kartell Fly Soft Touch medium pendant light, £214, John Lewis

  • Large open-plan dining area with exposed-brick wine rack

    Who doesn’t want a wine rack in their kitchen? Our sentiments exactly! Exposed brick is all the rage just now – it’s stylish, rustic and cool, adding fabulous detail to any space. The fact that this large kitchen-diner has a cleverly built-in wine rack added into the mix, plus a cutely curved wall, shows that some serious design genius has been at play here.

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    Buy now: table, Vintage Barn Interiors
    Buy now: limestone flooring, Mandarin Stone

     

  • Easter-themed dining room with bunny wallpaper

    Okay, so we’re not suggesting that you hang a bunny wallpaper in time for Easter. That would be asking a teeny bit much. However, we thought you might enjoy this wonderful Easter space that’s just perfect for a celebratory egg and soldiers breakfast. Add pretty flowers and cute bunny sculptures to the table and you’re good to go.

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    Buy now: similar wallpaper, Fashion Wallpaper

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