Think your dining room is a little on the small side? No worries. Decorating dining rooms with less than optimal space can be fun and easier on the budget than larger ones. No matter what look you’re going for, whether it’s minimalist with a twist or elegant traditional, even a tiny space can be turned into your ideal dining room. Here to inspire your project are 15 images with ideas and tips you’ll surely be able to use. Enjoy!
Interesting art can add visual appeal that catches the eye and makes one forget about the less than ideal size of a modern dining room. We think a round glass top table is perfect for small spaces.
We love the color and the open shelving in this tiny, but chic dining room. Using two high backed benches in lieu of four regular dining chairs made by byBESPOEK gives this space a roomy feel.
With no actual dining room available, the space between kitchen and living room has been turned into a stylish dining area for two.
Here are two tips for enhancing a small dining room. Sheer curtains filter sunlight while allowing a glimpse of what lies just outside these floor to ceiling windows. See-through Ghost chairs take up barely any visual space and that’s a very good thing for a tiny dining room. We love the open look of the caged pendant light.
A corner of a larger room can be the ideal spot for a tiny but opulent dining space–an elegant solution rich red hues.
A wall just outside the kitchen in this high-rise apartment boasts a narrow dining “table” that’s the ideal size for two bar stools. Wall art and elegant table settings make this tiny space inviting for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
This tiny dining area is the beautiful result of getting creative with furniture and lighting choices.
Mirrors can give a small dining room the illusion of much more space even as they become the focal point of the room.
A table with a small footprint and chairs with slender legs are an ideal choice for the tiniest of “dining rooms.”
This elegant little dining rooms gains a bit of space by tucking the settee into the niche between the built-in cabinets. A mirror is strategically placed above the settee.
Walls of glass add visual space and offer a panoramic view of the sea just outside this tiny dining room. Backless benches allow for an unobstructed view while offering lots of seating—a clever idea.
Using the walls for a built-in banquette is a great way to make a narrow dining area seem more spacious while maximizing seating for diners.
By thinking outside of the box, a luxurious dining area can be created out of the smallest of unused spaces. Artwork, an elegant skirted table and furnishings normally reserved for other rooms merge beautifully into a thoughtful dining room. How irresistible is this one?
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