Ready or not, here come the HOLIDAYS!
Rich in family traditions, holiday celebrations are about coming together at full tables with even fuller hearts to rejoice with family over food in the comfort of home. There is not a busier time of year for our dining rooms- which makes it the perfect time to make sure this space is wonderfully lit and on trend! Follow our simple style guide for inspiration for your dining room transformation this year.
Can’t get enough of that beachy style? You don’t need to live near the shore to embrace this look. Make your home feel like a vacation all year round by incorporating nautical accents and iconic stripes into your decor. Natural woven materials and tinted glass make the Outer Banks collection from Troy Lighting a perfect coastal choice for your dining room.
Style Tip: Try choosing white-washed wood finishes on your dining room furniture for a more carefree and breezy appearance. Layer the room with natural fiber rugs and a mixture of nautical stripes and plaids in your fabric choices.
Vintage inspired style is making a big comeback. Do you love distressed finishes, chipped paint and soft romantic prints? If so, then this is the look for you! The Chateau collection from Capital Lighting combines weathered metal finishes and simple wooden beading to evoke an aged and authentic feel. This perfectly imperfect look brings nostalgic style and casual elegance to the table…literally.
Style Tip: Pair with pretty vintage glassware and mixed patterned china for an informal, yet elegant finish.
This look is inspired by nature and has a comfortably casual feel. Think warm wood tones, earthy color palettes and reclaimed materials. Rustic does not have to feel lodge-like, however. The bold, open-work design of the Emilie series, from Hinkley’s Fredrick Ramond line, exudes a relaxed rustic style with a modern edge. The vintage, edison-style lamping gives this piece a restored vibe- perfect for those who prefer that aged and storied look.
Style Tip: Think terra cotta centerpieces and fall botanicals for your tablescape. Finish off the look with natural woven linens and hammered iron accents. You will have relaxed and rustic perfection.