There are plenty of very interesting design ideas for your dining room. However, when the time is to pick one, it is difficult to choose among all of these shapes, sizes, styles, materials and even colors! The question is, which one suits your dining room design ideas? Today, Dining Room Ideas shares with you 7 dark and moody dining room design ideas worth copying!
Charcoal-gray dominates the palette in this kitchen, showcased in the floor-to-ceiling cabinetry with clean-lined, furniture-style molding and simple metal drawer pulls. The paint’s subtle blue undertones add a richness that contrasts beautifully with the room’s warmer tones, like the walnut-topped island and stone tile floors.
When someone wants to update a traditional look, but they don’t want stark modern, it’s always nice to add black as a staple color. It modernizes the design with a new age take.
One of the most popular shades for a dark dining room is deep grey. This colour has been trending for a few years now and, in fact, I used it in my own dining room a few years ago. It provides the perfect backdrop for warm metallics and creates a warm cocooning feel for any space.
Such beautiful tones of deep green, ochre, black and grey. Moody and dramatic without being too dark.
The window trim has been painted a deep, dark black. The paint treatment creates an architectural detail that makes this elegant space stand out even more.
A designer who has a masterful way with color, the blue walls, ceiling and velvet blue chairs are striking combination in this stunning dining area.
Dining rooms can also be a place to play with cool contrast. In this dining room, black and white have been playfully combined. A white fish chandelier, a striking black table, and a black and white rug all come together to form the classic color palette. To break things up, mid-century modern chairs in a wood finish add warmth.
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