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A mix styled Dining Room


It's really hard to design a room using mix styles. But this dining room from Wary Meyers succeeds in creating a lovely dining space blending elements of modern and traditional styles of designing. The modern dining chairs and table go well with the delicately designed traditional wallpaper, wooden cabinet and the red brick wall. The chandelier creates a statement of its own and since I love wooden floors I so heart the fab wooden floors in this dining room. And I'm sure this dining room is more airy and brighter than it looks because of the tall windows on the wall. This lovely dining room is a testament that an elegant and sophisticated look can be achieved with a fusion of modern and traditional style.

Image: Wary Meyers

7 comments:

Kelly Berg, IIDA, IACC-NA said...

Thanks for your comments on my blog, Ann!

I love this post - I do think that "mixing styles" is the only way to go - the only way to get a truly authentic living space! That pic is super fun...and original. Thanks for sharing!

DesignTies said...

I think the best and most interesting rooms are the ones that combine opposite elements, like old and new, rustic and sleek, dark and light....

Love the brick wall and the wood flooring and the crystal chandelier :-)

Kelly

Mary @ RoomPolish said...

ohh that wallpaper! Lovely. This really is a room with a nice mix! Thank you for sharing.

Amy R. said...

Ann, thanks for visiting my blog. I really like all the mixed elements of the dinning room inspiration pic. I hate matchy, matchy design. You really have some lovely inspiration pics on your blog:)

Amy R.

Richie's 2ts Inspires said...

I like mixed styles. Colour combos are gorgeous...

Love the brick wall with its wood flooring. Neat & very calm.

Happy TS...
/chie

Jen said...

Look at those gorgeous retro chairs!! Amazing! :-)

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gleenn said...

The orange is indeed attractive, however, I wouldn't choose it as a color for my home. It hurts my eyes easily. I love the shade for the inside thought, the third photo.

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