15 Dining Room Decorating Ideas

Your dining room should be the most comfortable place for you to enjoy delicious meals and conversations with your family and guests. We have rounded up 15 of our favourite dining room wall décor ideas to beautify your dining space. Read on to know…

Large Mirror

A large mirror can never go out of style and is perfect for a smaller dining space that you are looking to give a larger feel. Large, round mirrors are trendy and you may want to consider it for your dining room.

  1. Graphic Wallpaper

Treat graphic wallpaper as a piece of art. We think that the dining room is the perfect spot for it. Just find a design or a print that you love and one which you can frame and hang together on one wall. It is recommended that you hang it low so that your guests can see it at eye level while seated at the dining table.

  1. Woven wall hanging

Since the past few years, wall hangings have become popular. You can get craftsy and have a DIY piece to fill up your wall as well.

  1. Chalkboard

    You can hang a chalkboard in your modern dining space where you can scribble your menus for dinner parties.

    1. Vintage signs

    Vintage signs are a great way to add an old-world charm to your dining room. You can choose one large sign, or opt for several smaller signs and hang them all together.

    1. Family Photography

    If you’re always going clickety-click with your camera, consider enlarging a couple of your favourite family photographs and using them as artwork in your dining room.

    1. Typography Artwork

    Create a wonderful piece of artwork using typography. Pick words or letters with powerful graphic elements either by using a simple black-and-white palette or a bold colour.

    1. Plate collection

    You can create a wonderful arrangement of plates and china in your dining room wall. You can display it by colour, pattern or mix it all up and simply hang all of your best and favourite ones on the wall.

    1. Wood accent wall

    Make a statement with wood accent wall by choosing an unusual material like reclaimed wood, or paint a bold, graphic pattern using wooden elements.

    1. Shelves

Choosing paint colours for your home

Ever been in a fix about picking house paint colours when redecorating? Join us as we help you figure out how to go about it!

We know choosing paint colours for your house is never an easy task and requires a bit of thought as you’ll be surrounded by your choice of shades for a while. Let’s find out how to pick the best hues that you will be pleased you picked!

1. Start with an inspiration

You can derive inspiration from the daily elements in your life such as a beautiful colourful blanket you love, a curtain or even a cup! Look for inspiration from your surroundings, it’s all around you! Be it the greens of the lush gardens you love or the blues of the ocean facing your sea-front house or if you’re city-bred, the skies!

Bringing the outside in is a popular inspiration for colour schemes. Here’s an important tip when using this technique, make sure to sample the colours in daylight and at night with the windows open and closed to see how it translates in your space. You can even look for inspiration from existing décor pieces or artworks and pick colours from them to create a colour scheme for your house.

2. Stick with neutrals

Colour is good but you need to first decide where you want the attention in a room to go. If your answer is the walls, then you should opt for bold shades. And if you go bold on the walls, everything else in the room should be neutral so that you don’t end up with too many things clashing.

Important Tip: Look for neutral shades for the walls if everything in the room is going to be bold and vibrant.

3. Use testers

Testing a few colours and trying it on some patches of the wall in your room will give you a better idea of how it looks when light hits it at different times of the day. Try your best not to test your paint against white walls as it will throw the colour off. However, if you have to, just do a larger test area.

4. Test your paint colours against furniture and fabrics

Along with testing the colours on the walls, you also need to check it against your existing furniture and fabrics. You can paint a piece of poster board with the colour you wish to use on the walls and hold it up against the sofa, table, or other furniture items and kinds of fabrics. Even if it does not match completely, it works if the undertones go nicely together.

5. Pick the right sheen

What you need to know about sheen is that it accentuates the flaws on the surface, which is why if you are trying to mask flaws, go with as little sheen as possible.

There you go! We hope you found our quick tips on how to choose the perfect house paint colours handy!

Decor Tips To Make Your Kitchen Look Timeless

Upgrading the cabinetry, changing the lighting, installing new flooring, and replacing furniture – you do a lot to create a trendy look in your kitchen. But is it really worth spending so much time, money, and effort to style your kitchen only to see the look becoming passé in a few years?

The trick to ensuring that your kitchen’s look doesn’t go out of style after a short period is to choose timeless styles. Use the timeless kitchen decor ideas that we’ve listed below:

1) Neutral backdrops

Neutral backdrops never go out of style; the balanced aesthetic appeal of neutral colors give them a timeless look. Create a sophisticated neutral backdrop in your kitchen with our muted white shade White Sphere (8P2679), one of our best paints for home interior.

Neutral backdrops work wonders in highlighting the colors of the cabinetry, furniture, and appliances. Choose decor accessories of heavier neutral colors such as olive, graphite, and grey as they contrast well with soft neutral backdrops. Introduce metallic accents such as stainless steel and bronze to lend a dash of new-age look to space.

2) Natural wood finish  

If there’s one decor material that always stays in style, it’s wood. The timeless aesthetic appeal of wood works great for creating a contemporary look in your kitchen. Choose natural wooden finishes in your kitchen’s cabinetry. Use our offwhite shade Crystal Blade (8P2767) as your kitchen’s wall color to draw more attention to the wooden finishes.

When it comes to furniture, choose combinations of wood and leather upholstery. Choosing chrome accents in appliances and light fixtures is a great way to strike a balance between a traditional and modern look.

3) Greenery is always in vogue

Nothing beats greenery when it comes to coming up with a classic look. In your kitchen, indoor plants lend a refreshing ambience which can inspire you to be more creative and productive. The best part is that indoor plants are inexpensive and easy to maintain.

Combine greenery with wooden accents to make sure your kitchen’s overall style stays timeless always. Choose decorative plant pots to make a lasting style statement with greenery.

4) Granite countertops

Like greenery, natural stones work wonders in lending a timeless look to your kitchen. Granite is one natural stone that you cannot go wrong with when styling your kitchen. Install light-colored granite countertop in your cooking space to create a vibrant look. You can add more vibrancy to your kitchen with our deep yellow shade Hay Bale (3T0740).

Granite best pairs with glass; accessorize granite countertops with glass flower vases, glass showpieces, and glass spice/condiment containers. You can also throw in some metallic accents to up the sophistication quotient of your kitchen.

Explore more colors for your kitchen from our Color Catalogue

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