Bored by the classic mahogany and teak in your dining room and looking for modern furniture ideas? Here is a good place to start.
Functional art or modern furniture?
The 20th century created a group of designers who began to break from bulky traditional wooden furniture, to styles that are better suited to smaller residential areas.
These modern (and postmodern) designers used lighter structures to create bold, functional designs that included eccentric elements from Art Deco to Pop.
Minimal and thoughtful are the style of the style. To put together your dining room you must embrace simplicity.
What is the modern look?
Gone are the richly embroidered textiles and intricate carved patterns that accompany traditional furniture. Modernism requires smooth surfaces, clean cuts and geometric patterns.
Natural textures and solid color themes must blend together to create a vibrant and relaxing atmosphere.
The patterns are flexible and multifunctional so you can easily throw away or attach pieces to each other. A popular example is the dining table with folded leaves attached.
These small structures can open fold out to put larger groups for special occasions. Another good example is the loaded drink cart and the food cart that is in a part of the ham.
Which materials serve best?
Dark polished wood is a formal material that gives a classic touch, while unpolished lighter forests are cheerier and have a more modern feel.
Modern homes have more of alternative materials such as stainless steel, chrome, plastic, glass and shaped plywood. When it comes to textiles for seating and upholstery, you can't go wrong with leather, silk, organic hemp or pure cotton.
The modern look is also global. It borrows liberally from Asian and African motifs and themes.
Double textures often combine exotic materials for a fresh look. According to ecological trends, a fusion of durable materials such as basket, jute, stone, sugar cane or bamboo with modern materials such as glass and steel or even traditional wood also creates a unique style.
How much furniture is too much?
A modern dining room should not have too many furniture. There must be no redness. You can download a complete set or select individual pieces with a common theme that goes through but just select the basics. Invest in a small selection of stylish and sensible pieces that blend well together.
A dining table, table top, double matching porcelain cabinets and a single display cart with hob are more than enough furniture for a medium sized dining room.
The dining room is a special part of the house. Here everyone meets for meals and mingling. The whole family and sometimes friends gather around to share, laugh, eat, and celebrate each other's "existence. The atmosphere you create in this room will lend to many happy memories.
So make it a special atmosphere that carries your insignia of warmth and comfort.