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8 Stunning Dining Rooms That'll Make You Want to Entertain Every Weekend
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Colorful Runner

The easiest way to spruce up your dining room based on your mood: Create a neutral design, then keep an assortment of colorful runners around to add a pop of color instantly.

Statement Lighting

Just because your dining room is on the cozier side doesn't mean you have to skip on a bold sconce.

This gold globe pendant makes a statement flying solo — and would look just as good as a trio over a larger dining room table or island.

Table Pride

Gone are the days of matchy-matchy dining sets.

Find a table you love, like the rustic one here, then surround it with complementary chair pairings like ornate cane and plush upholstery.

Trendy Chairs

Create a clean look with transparent dining chairs (wipeable, so great for kids!).

Then mix in a variety of textures, like matte-painted walls, a polished table and earthy jute blinds.

Rustic Bench

Tone down an ornate heirloom table with a knotted wood plank.

Top it with a plush cushion or a pillow for added comfort.

Farm-to-Table Nook

Your breakfast table gets extra charming with the combination of metal bistro-style chairs and farm-style vintage seating.

Dinner Table Sectional

Fill a kitchen corner with a low profile couch (look for one covered in an easy-to-clean fabric like Sunbrella), then nestle in a square table.

Outside Inspiration

Instead of using the traditional dining room, escape to a more casual sunroom or screened-in seating area for a fresh approach to the dinner party.

Guests will feel right at home in the relaxed space!

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