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            Dining Room Ideas

            With style and storage tips for daily dinnertimes  or lavish entertaining spaces, these dining room ideas include professional advice and inspiration from real homes to inspire other homeowners on their renovation. Discover creative ways to keep tableware organised, popular colours for an on-trend look, and product recommendations to enhance every dinnertime. Plus, see how customers have used our collections to craft rooms for relaxed meals or hosting a crowd.

            • 1. Style with simplicity

              Set the scene for chilled meals and tranquil coffee breaks with storage that blends into the background, as has done using slab door fronts.
            • 2. Channel heritage charm

              Complement a rustic dining room design with shaker-style doors that recreate the timeless appeal of bespoke furniture, as seen in @edwardiancorbett’s layout .
            • 3. Be bold with black

              Be inspired by @jamesduhan's modern take on a dining area by housing recipe books behind striking black doors, creating a sophisticated spot for coffee breaks.
            • 4. Dress for dinner

              Keep tableware organised and on display in dresser units complete with classic glass doors – a statement feature that takes inspiration from period interiors.
            • 5. Pick an easy palette

              Enjoy the freedom to switch up furniture or redecorate a dining room by choosing versatile grey cupboards like @ldhomeinterior, which will match any makeover.
            • 6. Opt for organic

              Add warmth with timber surfaces, like’s dining room idea, which can be sanded and stained for a room refresh.
            • 7. Bring a bar to life

              Copy @rich.designs2020 with a dedicated drinks area in a dining room - complete with a counter for mixing cocktails and storage for special occasion glassware.
            • 8. Craft character

              Draw on farmhouse style through wall panels, which have a hand-crafted appearance that suits traditional spaces like @croxdale_no.9’s design.
            • 9. Choose floors that flow

              Use one floor material throughout an open-plan space to connect the cooking and eating areas, which helps @renovating_no.7 make their room appear larger.
            • 10. Link living areas

              Upgrade to glass panels to make a small dining room feel larger and to maximise natural light and create a private place to eat, just like @home_by_abi.

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