dining. Wednesday , November 01st , 2017 - 02:43:03 AM
Wall art that depicts rural life, vases bought from the local antique store, vintage wire shelving and a warm, earthen color palette emphasize the farmhouse-centric theme of the dining room. You can easily give this space a more modern aura by replacing some of the rustic features with modern cabinets, credenzas, rugs and drapes. It is all about finding out what works for you best!
This Oven-to-Table Entertaining Platter from Uncommon Goods features a soapstone platter with a wooden caddy. Bonus: the platter can be chilled or heated before serving time to ensure that the food stays at its proper temperature: For another oven-to-table piece from Uncommon Goods, check out this Soapstone Pot with Copper Handle. Once again, we celebrate the temperature regulating properties of soapstone, this time enhanced by the elegant accent of hammered copper. Perfect for fall!
Choosing the Right Decor If you want to give the modern dining room a more nature-centric look, then choosing the right decor is as important as the color scheme. A vintage hutch or credenza in the backdrop can give even the most contemporary of dining rooms a traditional touch. Old wooden cabinets that are repainted in white work well in shabby chic settings, while antique furniture can easily fit into dining rooms with a wide variety of themes, ranging from traditional to vintage-modern.
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