Dining RoomContemporary Dining Room, London

Formal dining room

Large contemporary dining room in London with grey walls, dark hardwood flooring, a standard fireplace and a stone fireplace surround. —  Houzz
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      Kate Burt added this to 18 Ideas for Styling Your Festive Dining Table12 November 2019

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      Feioi added this to 10 Snazzy Styling Tips for Your Mantelpiece3 January 2017

      Add some reflectionAn overmantel mirror is a classic choice, but if you want something different, go for a statement frame or a collection of smaller decorative mirrors. Here, a stunning star-shaped design is hung against mirrored panels. It creates a striking focal point and gives the illusion of height and space.

      Lara Sargent added this to 10 of the Best Dining Tables for Relaxed Get-togethers10 December 2014

      Sprinkle with glitzFor a blast of unhindered opulence, why not splash out on a fabulous mirrored table so you can dine like a movie star every day? The Art Deco style looks sensational with crystal glasses, white china and linen napkins – and the pièce de résistance has to be the crushed velvet dining chairs for all-in-one comfort and luxury.

      Karen Wilson added this to How to Create a Dramatic Dining Room to Wow Your Guests26 September 2014

      Max out on mirrorsA mirrored wall can be a great way of achieving a dramatic effect – as well as giving the illusion of more space. Cover an entire wall, or just the chimney breast or alcoves, for a truly opulent feel. The addition of a star-shaped mirror on this chimney breast really adds a pow to this room. Tie the look together with glass, silver and other reflective accessories. It’s the attention to detail that really makes this room work so well, as the vertical lines on the mirrored table edge echo the lines of the dramatic chandelier above.

      Carolyn Parker Interior Design Ltd. added this to Ask a Designer: How Can I Create an Elegant Dining Area?25 September 2014

      Max out the mirrorsThey say you should always eat in front of a mirror to make you eat less and more slowly! But in this case the mirror is doing a more decorative job. This dining space feels large, light and a little glitzy thanks to the huge panel and fun star. Any more mirror and it could tip into overkill, but this achieves the perfect level of opulence before it turns tasteless.TELL US…Are you a fan of more formal, elegant dining? Share your thoughts in the Comments below.

      Natalie Wain added this to Entertaining: How to Throw a Formal Dinner Party With All The Trimmings9 May 2014

      Make your table look prettyThis sounds obvious, but it’s worth putting some time and effort into how you want your table to look. If it’s a long table, then go for a couple of raised centrepieces so your guests’ view isn’t obscured. And napkins; whatever you do, don’t forget the napkins.

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      shalini_sc added this to Paterson4 September 2020

      Chandelier over dining and velvet dining chairs and mirror on wall - adding luxury to small dining area

      Dana Bambace | Compass - Carmel added this to Light fixtures For Michelle2 July 2020

      It would be cool to antique mirror in panels like this on one of my walls in the 1/2 bath. Hmmm

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